Luke 6:37 ESV

Judge not, and you will not be judged; condemn not, and you will not be condemned; forgive, and you will be forgiven;

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Jesus said 'Judge not...' So why are we so judgmental?
Somehow, in spite of Jesus' rather clear words on the subject, his followers have become synonymous with moralising and calling out the behaviour of others. However that happened, it's up to today's church to dismantle that view.
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Measure for Measure, Part Two - Truth For Life
If someone jostled you, what would spill overforgiveness and mercy, or bitterness and judgment? Challenging us to remember our own deep need for mercy, Alistair Begg exhorts us to mirror our Fathers mercy toward others. God has forgiven us an unpayable debt. Now, He asks us to forgive the comparatively smaller debts we are owed.
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Sermon Video: Pastor Randy Powell, "Do not judge" Luke 6:37-42
As Jesus' sermon continues, the ideas of "do to others" and "be merciful" are further developed by adding to them "do not judge", "do not condemn", and "forg...
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Sunday Morning, August 24, 2014: Luke 6:37-49: Proper Judgment
Have you ever been judged...or judgmental? Well, Jesus has something to say about that. In this morning teaching from Luke chapter 6, Pastor Brian looks into...
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