Be self-aware, but not self-absorbed. The Word of God will make us self-aware, in order to correct our errors and live righteously and holy. The word of the world will make us self-absorbed, living for self and seeking to satisfy the desires of the flesh.
The Christian who never leaves his comfort zone to proclaim the gospel to his peers has little in common with Christ.
A Christianity that does not result in tangible change for the praise and glory of God cannot come from God. —Markus Bockmuehl, Epistle to the Philippians, p. 69.
Original Christianity offers to everyone full satisfaction, complete transformation, and free access to the presence of God.
Are we not much more ready to defend a good practice that we are already engaged in, than repent of that which is lacking in our faith in order to begin doing the will of God?
Mind your own business. "Like one who grabs a wild dog by the ears, so is the person passing by who becomes furious over a quarrel not his own" Proverbs 26.17 NET.
You cannot be anything spiritually other than a follower of Christ and a member of his body. The Lord does not share his Lordship. He makes no room on his throne for anyone else. To wear the name of another is spiritual adultery. He must have exclusive loyalty. Else, we give him none.
Even if there is victimless crime, which is doubtful, there certainly is no inconsequential sin. All sin separates from God. All sin bears its bitter fruit.
God looks for people receptive to his word. With them, he can do much.
"But these are the ones sown on good soil: They hear the word and receive it and bear fruit, one thirty times as much, one sixty, and one a hundred" Mark 4.20 NET.