Quite numbers of activities are often used as an indication of spiritual growth: Loyality to the groupís ordinance, commitment to an individual affiliations, confessions, practices and host of others. But the true spiritual growth is indicated by the constant awareness of the truth about God and the need for Him.
The firmer and closer we get knitted into and with God, the faster we come closer to the end of whom we are and the more the daring need for fillings of this vacuum of our emptiness. The true spirituality reveals the emptiness in the much we have accomplished and makes us crave for the more of God to handle the deficiencies. It should be noted that the true spirituality is not measured by the numbers of years spent in religion, neither the year of church attendance or by the knowledge acquired by this but by the sincere fondness the person has with the LORD.
This makes it always necessary and most necessary above all things to want to be with Him and please Him at the expense of all gains or losses in order to keep this blessed fellowship and friendship. The true spirituality is incomprehensible for many religious vocabularies or religious uniforms; Itís only the man that can maintain fellowship with God consistently who can operate at this frequency of grace. May God help our beloved heart to comprehend this.