Love is the care for the welfare of other´s before ones self, and not after. This has nothing to do with acceptance or being understanding to sin, and willful sinning. If the enemy of righteousness hungers, we give them food; and if they thirst, we give them drink; we care for their well being as we would care for ourselves. But as for their willful sin, we are to hate sin, and the deliberate intent to sin. During the course of our daily journeys, we are in contact all the time with deliberate sinner´s, and we receive them with courtesy, but nothing more. The only time our view of sin as Christians should come up, is when we are confronted with the subject. We must keep in mind, that in Christ, we are not of this world, though we live in this present evil world; yet we do not live our lives accoding to secular principles and practices. But again, as professing Christians, we should never give any indication to a willful sinner that we endorse, or are understanding to their darling sin. If we are with Christ, then we must be for righteousness and against sin; otherwise we are for sin and against righteousness; but never both, and never do we modify righteousness to accommodate sin. The person with whom we are in contact, must they themselves either make their tree good, so that their fruit in then good; or else make their tree corrupt, and their fruit corrupt; but we know very well Christ tells us, that a good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit; it cannot be done according to Christ. And this is the division, that the secular all the day long attempt to keep their darling sins with them, and at the same time, they attempt to be known as a good tree; but we the Christian, are to know this, and not be deceived by good words and fair speeches, nor by the niceness of that person; niceness does´nt make the fruit any different; for their sin is left untouched, just the way they like it, which is why they seek acceptance, that they may feel their sin is acceptable, and even legitimate and justified. We should never make them feel this from us.