Whether young or old saints in Christ decide to discontinue further fellowship with the body of believers with whom they have praised and worshiped the Father is their decision to make. There’s no need to cast condemnation on them. However, there is also no reason to assume that such a decision is one of maturity or confidence and that, in fact, it often reflects neither as being true of the individual. Again, that’s not a disgrace, but it is to be expected leadership and would-be messengers reporting on this problem would show more wisdom than the confidence which those saints often lack in their faith and walk in the Lord. Jesus was no more hostile towards the Sadducees than the church is to be hostile towards ANYBODY and ALL to whom she ministers. Perceptions, and even some instances of reality in the body of Christ, do not constitute a condemnation or rejection of the saints. These DO represent an opportune teachable moment which is to be filled by those who are in the Spirit with the understanding it is not going to be done by the immature or those lacking in confidence.