They also know their gifts, the unique ways God wired them to serve the world.
Criticism, therefore, doesn’t wreck them, nor is it a personal attack.
If you want some resources on emotional maturity, I recommend these: Emotional Intelligence, Daniel Goleman Emotional Intelligence 2.0, Travis Bradberry Emotionally Healthy Spirituality, Peter Scazzero I love you all.
The God who makes men and women unique image-bearers, with special dignity and value also will complete the work He begins in those who follow Christ.
Emotionally immature Christians teeter on the edge of burnout and believe God honors such a thing.
They say yes to everyone and would probably look down on a Christian who thinks otherwise.
Here are a few signs you’re a perfectionist: Emotionally mature Christians never lose sight of their fallible, limited nature.He means to mature them to be more like Jesus, who walked the untainted life that showed us what humanity was created to be.While no man or woman will reach perfection this side of heaven, we do grow.But they don’t allow their works for God to outweigh their time with God.Perfectionism clothes itself in a more desirable virtue, excellence.