A note on correction

As I alluded to on Friday, there are times when people are in sin and need correction. But how do we do this? How do we bring people into repentance for what they have done? Jesus outlines a process in Matthew 18:15-20 that we as believers need to follow when dealing with other believers. After this, Paul gives us direction when dealing with those who are committed to their sins in 1 Corinthians 5.11.

This is never easy and knowing when to approach people is difficult, as I’m sure we all know. I don’t know when to confront some people or when to leave things alone, but Piper has some great thoughts regarding this. Here’s a video where he answers the question: When should you confront someone about their sin?

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