In Romans 15, Paul who had never been to Rome was writing to the church there and commending them on their living out the truth of Christ. He describes many elements of their lives that were what he noted as good, healthy and part of a normal life of one supernaturally saved.
Mature, normal, healthy believers display compassion for believers who differ from their convictions (Romans 15:1-3).
Mature, normal, healthy believers display comfort from God through the Scriptures (Romans 15:4).
Mature, normal, healthy believers display a united direction in Christ with other believers (Romans 15:5).
Mature, normal, healthy believers display a passion for Christ not for self (Romans 15:6).
Mature, normal, healthy believers display a connection to God as their source of hope through the Holy Spirit (Romans 15:13).
Sixth, Healthy believers are filled with the Holy Spirit who produces the fruit of goodness that fills their lives (Romans 15:14a).
Seventh, Healthy believers are experiencing personally the truths of God, which is experiential knowledge (Romans 15:14b).
Eighth, Healthy believers understand the power of God’s Word and know & use God’s Word to see His power through admonishing each other (Romans 15:14c).