One of the fruits of spiritual growth is a distaste for sin. I say distaste because it is like staying away from foods we don't like. Rarely do we feel great moral failure when we eat something that we don't like. The taste lingers and the desire to eat it diminishes. The same is true for sin, it tastes bad and we no longer want to do it. Underneath all of this we know that we are loved because Christ has died for us and there is no condemnation for those in Christ.