Edwin Colon • Sermon • • 8,850 views
THE DANGER OF JUDGING OTHERS Grace: The Truth that Transforms - Part 4 of 36 Romans 2:1-16 Rick Warren There is one sin that you will probably have to deal with more often than any other sin in your life. It is so subtle, it often catches us by surprise. Paul clearly identifies this tendency in this…
George Toews • Sermon • • 4,392 views
Luke 6:36-42 Introduction Last week we looked at the matchlessness of God’s forgiveness. We saw how gracious God is because even though we break His law, He forgives us when we repent. After the service last week someone came up to me and commented that if that is what God is like and if we are to become…
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 507 views
Tabernacle 3. Introduction: what is the book of exodus about? Can you tell me what happens in it? The story of the Exodus – birth of Moses and his call (4 chapters – out of 40), the plagues, dealings with pharaoh, Passover (another 9 chapters), then on the journey, crossing the Red Sea and in the wilderness…
James: Faith That Works... Your Faith in Action
In a christian's life there needs to be a humility about how we approach life, its decisions, and how we interact with others. So often we want the control, when we should really allow God to be God in our life and follow Him.
Richard E Powell • Sermon • • 425 views
The following is the sermon manuscript from last week’s message on Romans 14. And just so you know, I preached Romans 14 because it follows Romans 13! :-) No one made me mad just before the service. I preached this message because we are in a series from Romans 12-15. This sermon could be preached in…
Philip G Layton • Sermon • • 367 views
The Duty of Discernment and Judging in our Tolerant “Judge Not” World Preached by Pastor Phil Layton at Gold Country Baptist Church on August 17, 2008 www.goldcountrybaptist.org If I were to ask you what was the most quoted Bible verse in America through the middle part of the 20th century, what would…
Sermon on the Mount
Today's message dives into the topic of judging others. Of course you've never struggled with this before, right? ;) There is a right way and it's to Clearly Judge. Grab your Bible, a notepad and listen up!
“Judge not, that you be not judged. For with the judgment you pronounce you will be judged, and with the measure you use it will be measured to you. Why do you see the speck that is in your brother’s eye, but do not notice the log that is in your own eye? Or how can you say to your brother, ‘Let me take…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 75 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease The ship Tecumseh was engaged in a battle with the ship Tennessee. A torpedo struck the Tecumseh and it began to sink immediately. Out of a crew of 114 men, 93 went down with the ship because it sank so fast. Tunis Craven was the Commander and at the time the torpedo struck he was…
Broken and Redeemed
Introduction MPS: God is the perfect judge that we cannot be. ( Romans 2:1-11 ) 1. We are a fallen people unable to judge others. ( Romans 2:1-5 ) 1 Therefore you have no excuse, O man, every one of you who judges. For in passing judgment on another you condemn yourself, because you, the judge, practice…
Hear and Know My Voice
When you are in your quiet time and you read this passage 19 Don’t you know that your body is a temple that belongs to the Holy Spirit? The Holy Spirit, whom you received from God, lives in you. You don’t belong to yourselves. 20 You were bought for a price. So bring glory to God in the way you use your…
Domenic Polistina • Sermon • • 56 views
Introduction: Inexcusable Gentiles The apostle Paul in Romans 1:18-32 makes it clear that the Gentile world are in guilt because “that which may be known of God is manifest to them.” Simply put, as the following verses imply, the invisible things of God, meaning His power and Godhead, are understood…
Did I really say that?
Definition of Tolerance “Do not judge, so that you won’t be judged. For you will be judged by the same standard with which you judge others, and you will be measured by the same measure you use. For to begin with, I hear that when you come together as a church there are divisions among you, and in part…
Phillip Chong • Sermon • • 49 views
Introduction: 1. What are some contemporary objections to Christianity today? (Qualification: maybe Melaka is a bit behind and less influenced by the secular West) - there's been a shift - previously people believed that the moral teaching of the Bible (love, marriage, justice etc) were good maybe even…
1 Judge not, that ye be not judged. 2 For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again. 3 And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye? 4 Or how wilt thou say to…
The Elephant in the Room The Problem in Rome Weak - Abstained from eating meat, only ate vegetables Jews keeping a kosher diet (Levitical law) Gentiles abstaining from meat sold in markets that was left over from pagan sacrifice. Strong - Were comfortable eating meat Those that believed that dietary…
Cindy • Sermon • • 32 views
Nicolaitans As for the Nicolaitans I'm quite positive that they were named although not in the Bible. The reason is because they id name the leader but there was probably so many of them that it was much easier to simply name the leader and those alive then would have known who the followers of that…
Pursuit of Heavenly Wisdom
Jim Oesterwind • Sermon • • 25 views
This sermon attempts to differentiate between discernment and the harsh, critical, and condemnatory spirit dealt with by James in James 4.11-12.
12 If we endure, We shall also reign with Him . If we deny Him, He also will deny us. 26 And he who overcomes, and keeps My works until the end, to him I will give power over the nations— 6 Blessed and holy is he who has part in the first resurrection. Over such the second death has no power, but they…
Me: There is nothing I love more than a good old fashioned game. I love to play baseball, black-jack and the blame-game. Baseball I love because when it is played well two great competitors square off and the best man wins. Blackjack is fun because it is a game of chance and always surprising, at least…
Outcasts - Luke: a Gospel for the Rejected
In what is known as the Sermon on the Plain, Jesus teaches His disciples how to live life with a mercy that multiplies. God's mercy instructs the way we judge, lead, correct, and inspect others as we keep the mercy we've received at the fore of all we do towards others.
Bob Diebel • Sermon • • 21 views
“Judge not, that ye be not judged.” (Matthew 7:1) Is ALL judgment forbidden? Do we never judge others when they do wrong? It is foolish; even dangerous to build a doctrine on one verse without considering the whole of scripture. Having considered other scriptures, we find, as with all else: “To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:” (Ecclesiastes 3:1) There is a time to judge.