E. G. White’s Corner on Growing

There should be a daily increasing of spiritual understanding; and the Christian will grow in grace, just in proportion as he depends upon and appreciates the teaching of the Word of God and habituates himself to meditate upon divine things. — God’s Amazing Grace, P. 302

Growth in grace will not lead you to be proud, self-confident, and boastful, but will make you more conscious of your own nothingness, of your entire dependence upon the Lord. He who is growing in grace will be ever reaching heavenward, obtaining clear views of the fullness of the provisions of the gospel. — My Life Today, p. 109

No one who is not growing daily in capability and usefulness is fulfilling the purpose of life. In making a profession of faith in Christ we pledge ourselves to become all that it is possible for us to be as workers for the Master, and we should cultivate every faculty to the highest degree of perfection, that we may do the greatest amount of good of which we are capable. ― Christ Object Lesson, p. 329

Without unceasing prayer and diligent watching we are in danger of growing careless and of deviating from the right path. ― A Call to Stand Apart, p. 27