You can read that first post HERE.
I am going to continue to introduce the characteristics one by one. So here goes again. Lucky for you today's is pretty quick and to the point.
Character Traits of Those Who Get It (according to me):
1. They see God in the everyday. (Again, you can read about that HERE)
2. They make space in their life for good inputs.
What do I mean by good inputs? I am talking about books, conferences, mentoring relationships, church, etc. If we are truly in touch with our brokenness, we should embrace the opportunity for growth. I hear
Another argument I have heard is, "I am okay with the way I am," or, "I have what I need to fix my own problems." Self-sufficiency makes for a great sound bite and it even makes us feel good about ourselves, but it doesn't make us good.
Those who get it make the time to seek out wisdom from good sources because they recognize it's necessary for spiritual growth. Proverbs states the sweetness of a friend comes from his earnest counsel (Prov. 27.9) and that it's the iron on iron of relationship that makes everyone sharper (Prov. 27.17).