My point is not to tell you to believe ones saved always saved is wrong but that if you are saved you will because of your love for God not live a sinful life.
How does one NOT live a sinful life ??
Are we God?
All sin and fall short of God that is why we are saved not by what we do but by Grace alone.
No human can lead a life without sin.
Look at the long list of sinners that believed and were apostles of Christ, men like Peter and Paul and Thomas for example.
Can anyone say that even after believing in Christ he has NEVER sinned again ??
If Christianity is about living a life of continued sinning, then how can God judge the wicked?
Genuine Christianity, is the work of Christ in the individual to remove sin out of the life.
Ultimately we are judged by our works - not outward appearances, but the inward heart, the works of the heart which determine the nature of our outward works.
Two people, two identical actions, two different motives, one of Christ, the other of ego. Which does God honor?
Which is sin? Whatever is not of faith is sin. The motive is what makes sin or not, but the outward behavior does not prove anything, except in the eyes of God.
It is not even wise to judge ourselves on these matters otherwise it is not walking by faith, but by behavioral conditioning.
So please don't judge the works of Christ by saying that the believer goes on sinning, and now sins - not openly but discretely and moderately. If that is not a denial of the gospel, I don't know what is.
The reason many professed Christians teach the doctrine of sin in moderation, is because their own lives are proof that the gospel does not save from sin. They claim that their religion is based on faith, when in fact it is based on failure through their own works. It is a religion of works, regardless of how much they think, that having abolished the law, they have a life of grace.
Cherishing sin on some level is the real reason behind this false gospel, and yet Christ is willing to give the victory, if by faith the sinner relies on the works of Christ within him, and not their own behavior modification techniques.