Is Jesus' command "Judge not, lest you be judged" mean that we should not have moral judgments and accountability for others? Pastor Tim Chaddick teaches from Matthew 7:1-12 and explains how we are to live lives full of truth and grace. Preached at Reality LA. Used by permission.
Speaker: Tim Chaddick
Scripture: Matthew 7:1-12
Topic: Conflict Resolution
Jesus deals with the judgmental way we often try to control those closest to us. Instead of blaming others for their problems and forcing upon them our “wonderful solutions,” Jesus shows us the effective way of helping the people we love. The way of asking, seeking and knocking works because it draws people into the kingdom rather than into the web of our devices and plans...
Speaker: Roger Barrier
Scripture: Matthew 7:1-12, Ephesians 4:29-30, Galatians 6:1-2, Matthew 10:16
Topic: Conflict Resolution, Criticism
Christ calls us to be grace-filled, humble people. We are to love others and pray for them rather than nagging and trying to change them. Self-awareness and self-righteousness are contrasted.
Speaker: John McKinzie
Scripture: Matthew 7:1-6, Matthew 7:12