Category Archives: Judging others

A great Word of advice

This will protect us from the dangerous and deceptive sin of… Continue reading

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It’s not the way you think it is

Delusional self-confidence based on self-accomplishment is not far removed from self-righteousness. It’s an insidiously deadly poison that can be… Continue reading

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Are you a hypocrite?

How could we sit in judgment on others when what is happening right under our noses or in our lives is often far worse? Continue reading

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The workers in the vineyard

Take some time to discover how much there is to learn from Jesus’ parable on the workers and the vineyard. Continue reading

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Celebrate the Resurrected Judge!

The most important court appointment has already been made. It is an appointment to the highest judiciary seat possible and it covers the entire human race. Continue reading

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God gives grace to the humble

If you know someone who has a habit of pointing out the sins of others… Continue reading

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Conflict – an opportunity to grow stronger

The key to unity in a family or Church is not the removal of all conflict but a deeply shared commitment to work through our differences and pursue reconciliation based on God’s love for us in Christ. Continue reading

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Syria, Abortion and Hypocrisy

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

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Advantages of Christian counseling

“This kind of five bible verses and you’ll be better approach is far more common than many realize.” Continue reading

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Did Jesus welcome unrepentant sinners?

“Jesus first welcomed and received unrepentant sinners” before saying, “Go and sin no more.” The word “unrepentant” is what concerns me. Continue reading

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