Kelly Williams on How to Handle Someone’s Sin in Public

Someone once said, “One of the greatest tests of a person’s character is how they handle someone else’s sin in the public arena.”

If you walk with the Lord long enough, there will come a time when you have to confront someone else’s sin, possibly in the public arena.

The Bible is very clear both in the New Testament in Galatians 6 and in the Old Testament in the book of Jeremiah, that we have responsibility to hold each other accountable to being who God created us to be as followers of Jesus Christ.

God told Jeremiah to tell the people of Israel in Jeremiah 11:4, “Listen to my voice, and do all that I command you.” Jeremiah responded back to God that he would share this with the people of God.

When God asks us to hold someone accountable, it is important that we agree with what the Lord has told us to tell them.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Kelly Williams

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