All of you who are so blessed to know the Lord's voice personally and intimately, those who know His loving kindness in guidance and in discipline, those who's lives are richer and live to glorify Him in all things... Is that you?
If it is, listen up buttercup. You can probably quote me multiple bible verses about how God is love, how He came to save the lost, how He desires that we live in unity with other believers, how he told us to live our lives to His glory, how he told us that we are dead to sin, but are those less spiritually mature than you in your outer circles encouraged to push in harder to the Lord by watching Him in you?
If they are not, let me just encourage you to reassess how you should be walking on that narrow path in how you view His other children. His other children should be learning about His kindness which leads to repentance by watching you. They should want nothing more than to cleave from all worldly things and press into God by your example. Christ in you should be calling out to them as a lighthouse in the darkness.
It's silly to think the only darkness is outside of the church. The church itself is composed of those which once walked in darkness, and are as you are, walking closer and closer to the fullness of light, love, and liberty which is in Christ Jesus, our Lord and Savior. It's also silly to declare others unworthy of your fellowship because they don't walk in the fullness of truth as you know it to be.
Stop turning God's children away from the church because they don't measure up to your probably correct understanding of what the word of God declares to be a follower of Christ, and instead just love them further into His kingdom. Let God be the judge of where their hearts actually are, you just LOVE THEM BLAMELESSLY.
The Lord gives clear instructions in His word on how to approach the brother/sister that is sinning in your midst, and it's not to pretend like they aren't there. You are responsible for the words that come out of your mouth, let each one be filled with love, not judgment. Refrain to the best of your ability from coloring other peoples views by sharing that which is not helpful and beneficial to the body.
Yes, righteousness matters. Absolutely. But not at the expense of love. Be the one whose actions propel the weak and feeble to push in and run the race before them. It's already seems easy to throw in the towel and give up with the disability of sin that has left it's mark, be the example that shows that's a lie. Allow your thoughts, speech, and behavior to show the richness of Christ available to those who persevere and press forward, forgetting all that lies behind. Be the one who allows Christ to work freely and unhindered in. We all (believers in Christ) want that, lets join together to attain it.
Biblical backing, Romans 14:1-12