As believers in Christ, we live in a dark world where we must meet and communicate with people from various areas of our lives on a daily basis, whether they are family members, co-workers, friends or companions.
They are associates who may have very different views of how we should live our life. They are associates who may believe it’s okay to live little, or cheat a little, or gratify the desires of the flesh a little, or any other type of character, conduct, behavior or lifestyle contrary to the teachings of God - whether at home, on the job, in our leisure time, or out with friends.
But, as believers in Christ who have been taught the truth of God’s word, we are not only expected to walk in the ways of God, we are also expected to not participate with the wrong doings of others - no matter how harmless it may seem, no matter how good and supportive they have been of us, no matter how attached we may be with them, and no matter how much we love them. We are called to be a light unto the world, not to participate in the sins of the world (Matthew 5:14).
When a person consent, agree, initiate, influence, ignore, cover up or participate in wrong doings, he or she becomes an associate and an accomplice of sin. Sin is like leaven – it is like a mass disease that spreads, covers, contaminates and corrupts all who willingly participate.
Discover for yourself what the bible says about “Partakers of Sin.” While this may not be an exhaustive reference on the subject, it is intended to bring awareness of what God’s word says and teaches that you may know the truth, and be encouraged to study His word for yourself.
1. Justifying the Wrong Doings of Others
2. Encouraging Others in Wrong Doings
3. The Danger and Consequences of Sin Within the Church
4. Supporting The Sins of Your Spouse
5. The Truth About Those Who Are Partakers of Sin
Discover for Yourself Bible Reference Study Guide
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Unless otherwise indicated, all scripture passages quoted are taken from the King James Version of the Bible.