Category Archives: Judging others
It’s a bit difficult for me to think of America as the moral leader when it comes to the safety of children. Continue reading
My doctor said, “This kind of five bible verses and you’ll be better approach is far more common than many realize.” Continue reading
“Jesus first welcomed and received unrepentant sinners” before saying, “Go and sin no more.” The word “unrepentant” is what concerns me. Continue reading
What exactly did Jesus mean when he spoke these words?
Was he advocating a mind your own business policy?
Was he forbidding all judgments about the actions of others? Continue reading
Loving confrontation is sometimes necessary in genuine relationships. We participate in deception when we allow people to believe they’re on good terms with us despite their violations of the relationship. Confrontation is simply a matter of integrity for those who won’t … Continue reading
“Part of God’s design for the church is that it should successfully manifest unity in diversity. It was His intent that people with divergent personalities, nationalities, gifts, abilities, tastes, and backgrounds should become unified in Christ without sacrificing personal distinctiveness … Continue reading
“Accept other believers who are weak in faith, and don’t argue with them about what they think is right or wrong.” (Romans 14:1, NLT) _________________________________________ The words, “what they think is right or wrong” is a translation of εἰς διακρίσεις … Continue reading
Today Americans celebrate freedom. It’s the most cherished value of our times. But have we accepted a kind of freedom that is sending us into a terrible form of bondage? “We live in an age whose chief moral value has … Continue reading
Music is powerful! It’s also a kind of universal language. Wherever there are people, you’ll find music. God’s people in all ages have especially been distinguished by their music. Yet pastors will tell you that it has been one of the … Continue reading
The current political atmosphere in the USA is an embarrasing example of a failure to promote the virtue of tolerance. For at least the last two decades, public education and mainstream media have emphasized and promoted a value identified as tolerance. … Continue reading