A situation of a sister in Christ going into an adulterous situation willing and knowingly has occurred to me. When this sister friend asked me what I thought about it I told her I could not condone or wish her well in it because it was contrary to God's Word and she knew it. I simply suggested she talk to Jesus about it. When (as happened) she said she had talked to Jesus and He is okay with it [because they were in love], then I reminded her what the Bible says, that He doesn't change and suggested she keep praying about it. Regardless of what I may think I would never tell a professing Christian he/she wasn't saved because of something I may see in his/her life. Though I am as confident as I can be that this sister friend is truly saved, I'm sure if I didn't know her well I might wonder. None of us can ever say for certain what has occurred in another person's heart with regard to his/her relationship with Jesus. All we can go on is what we see and hear from that person and IMO our reaction should be scripturally sound, firm and based in love. I don't think I would respond any differently to a person who is a professing Christian and a practicing homosexual if I knew any. (Please remember that when I mention professing Christians I am only talking about people who have come to the Jesus we know and are the ones we describe as born-again. I only mention this because there are some cult members who identify themselves as Christians but have a different Jesus).
Originally Posted by LovemyLord
Ph 3:15 (paraphrased):...And if on some point you and I think differently, that too God will make clear to us. Only let us live up to what we have already attained.