OUR FATHER GIVES US THE POWER TO OVERCOME SIN
1 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 2 says this;
And you are proud! Shouldn’t you rather have gone into mourning and have put out of your fellowship the man who has been doing this?
The man to whom the Apostle Paul was referring, was one who was claiming to be a believer while at the same time, conducting an affair with his own father's wife.
The people in the church of Corinth had been tolerant of the man but Paul was aghast and he excoriated the Corinthians for being proud of their tolerance towards the man's behaviour while they should have gone into a state of mourning and cut ties with him instead.
Paul took pains to note that there was nothing wrong with believers associating with non-believers who sinned because otherwise, they would have to leave the world to avoid such contact but Paul pressed that believers should not associate with believers who brazenly and unrepentantly commited egregious sins.
Bless our Lord who gives us the power to overcome sin for He Himself overcame the world
By Jesus' death and ressurection, we can, by faith, die in the flesh with Him and then rise with Him in the newness of life.