James 5:19-20
What do we do if someone wanders from the faith?

What does it mean to wander away from God? Why do people wander? What do we do if our friends or family member drift away from the faith? What should we say? Should we pretend that nothing is wrong? Should we talk to a pastor or friend? Should we wait it out? In James 5:19-20, we read about the responsibility of believers when they encounter Christians who have started to fall away from their relationship with God. James emphasizes the importance of doing something when someone has meandered away from God’s truth. He encourages us to actively engage with the wandering individual, praying for them and doing what we can to help bring them back. The passage highlights the urgency of restoring someone because the stakes are high, and we are called to do something.