A.J. Castellitto
A brief message on church discipline and spiritual submission
By A.J. Castellitto
January 12, 2017

Don't ever let your enemy define you. If they hate Him, they will certainly hate you.

God is merciful and willing to save, but it will be on His terms, not theirs.

If the theologically progressive / religiously liberal can't get original and actual sin right, how could we meet them halfway? Why would we want to?

The door is open and the offer good, right from the onset, with no further condition required. We can invite them in, but eventually church discipline needs be applied, or the blood is just as much on our hands.

Faith can never dwell in the place where sin goes unforsaken.

© A.J. Castellitto


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