Matthew 18:15-18 "If your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault, between you and him alone. If he listens to you, you have gained your brother
People don't stop sinning when they make the decision to follow Christ. Sin is still a part of life that we have to deal with--both as the person who sins and as the one who has been sinned against. Jesus knew this, and in Matthew 18:15-18 He specifically addressed the proper way to handle when a fellow believer behaves badly and sins against us. Wise instruction from Jesus, but not always easy to follow.
Take a couple of minutes and just think about doing exactly what Jesus says in Matthew 18:15-18. What are some of the benefits of following Jesus' instructions? What was the key thing that stood out to you from this passage? Tami W.
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