George Toews • Sermon • • 5,415 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…
Philip G Layton • Sermon • • 398 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…
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.
Preaching through the NT
Trent Boedicker • Sermon • • 34 views
One of the most familiar and often quoted verses in the Bible is Luke 6:37, "do not judge and you will not be judged." Almost everyone can quote it from memory, whether they go to church or not. The trouble is, this favorite passage is often misuded to deflect conversations about our sinful choices. As we explore the passage, we will first look at what Jesus doesn't say, then we will be ready to hear his challenge about our tendency to harbor a condemning and judgmental attitude towards others.
The most quoted Bible verse by non-Christians is Luke 6:37 , “Judge not, and you will not be judged.” Those who don’t know the first thing about Christ, know this verse. Unbelievers who have no regard for the Jesus or his words are quick to quote these words authoritatively whenever their behavior is…
The Gospel of Luke
Lack of Loving Leadership - Luke 6:37-42 Intro: “Dad Joke Support Group” - Igniter Media Dads in our culture do indeed have a reputation for corny jokes. Unfortunately, fathers can sometimes have a reputation for being severe (harsh), ungracious, judgmental, even hypocritical. On the other end of the…