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In 5:25, Paul issues a general exhortation to believers to keep in step with the Spirit. Then, in 5:26-6:10, he gives two evidences of what it looks like to keep in step with the Spirit. Specifically, Paul applies gentleness and goodness (fruit of the Spirit, vv. 22-23) and shows how they work out practically in the life of the church. These two evidences elaborate on what it looks like in daily life to love one’s neighbor (i.e., fulfill the law, 5:14). The first evidence is seen in how believers treat fellow believers who have become entrapped in sin. Paul exhorts believers to keep in step with the Spirit in order to restore sinning believers (5:26-6:5). Specifically, Paul gives four guidelines on how to restore fellow believers who have become entrapped in sin.
Paul makes clear that fulfilling the law of Christ by loving each other will involve gently restoring those who have been caught by sin.
How To Recognize Truth, Because It's Right In Front Of You.
Revival is more than just paying some guy to lead 7 services at your church then leave.
In answer to the question, “Is God angry with believers when they sin?”, we answer yes and no. Yes, God is angry in a Fatherly manner. As a loving Father, He will discipline those whom He loves (Heb. 12:5-6). On the other hand, we have learned that the answer is no. God will never again bring down His vindictive wrath upon His adopted children because Christ has forever exhausted His wrath on their behalf (1 Jn. 4:10). God never punishes His children in the sense of avenging justice. But, He most certainly disciplines us for our good as a father does his child so that we may share His holiness (Heb. 12:10).
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