Do you believe Hillary Clinton (a professing Methodist) is a true Christian?
By their fruits shall ye know them... Not by their label.
I've sat in Methodist sermons where they link church and state, God wants everyone helped, vote socialist/Democrat so the state can take over our charity work (no mention of the fraud, waste, abuse, encouragement of dependency and destruction of the family it causes). On that basis, yes, she can be a "good" Methodist and devout Democrat.
However, her personal lust for power and proven corruption prove she isn't moral.
To answer your specific question, I don't believe anyone knows the true heart of another, except the Lord God and that person. God knows our true hearts and He knows whether or not we belong to Him.
Although I do not agree with Hillary's actions, I would never judge another one in thinking that I would even come close to knowing of another one's personal relationship with Jesus.
In other words, I would never say to anyone that he or she does not know Jesus, because I do not know what's in their heart, but God surely does, and that's what matters.
We can get a little insight when applying the Fruit of the Spirit as you have quoted here, but never enough to go about stating that someone does not know Jesus as Lord and Savior, as only God knows the heart.
No, she just has to say that so that the religious right will vote for her.
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