When it comes to interacting with lost family members there is no pre-prepared formula to follow.
Men are imprisoned under the law but due to the weakness of the flesh they do not want to be there.
The book of 1 John shows us that the difference between the lost and saved man is so clear that it is discernible and recognizable.
How consistently should a church be taking the Lord's Supper? What does it mean to eat "without discerning the body"?
The Galatians were wanting to be perfected and grow and advance in the Christian life...
Bob Jennings sets besetting sin in the believer's life in the proper light, and exhorts the listener to greater efforts and resolve in fighting sin.
1 John 2:1 shows us that what is normative for the Christian is that they don't sin.
Confessing of sin is an evidence of someone who is in the light and has fellowship with God.
But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus his Son cleanses us from all sin.