Iron on Iron – Holiness & Confrontation
Jonge Tate : Iron on Iron : Holiness & Confrontation : August 25, 2018
There are times in ministry that we, especially pastors, must confront the sin of others. When we do confront someone, we must do it biblically. Scripture gives us a humble, repentant example in the interaction of King David and the prophet, Nathan, in 2 Samuel 11-12. We must give and receive confrontation of sin for the sake of our own holiness, the holiness of others, and the unity of Christ’s body, the Church.
- Right God
- Right truth
- Right time
- Right place
- Right love
When we are confronted over our own sin, it is equally important that we must receive that correction rightly.
- Right admission
- Right direction
- Right attitude
- Right acceptance
Passages: 2 Samuel 11-12; 2 Samuel 22; 2 Chronicles 16:9; Proverbs 12:1, 12:6, 12:18-19, 18:17, 25:11; Psalm 32:8; Psalm 51