Practicing Jesus’ principle to “take the log out of our eye before we take the splinter out of another’s”!
It’s easy to point out the problems in someone else’s life, and turn a blind eye to the problems in our own.
Maybe you don’t make a habit of criticizing others, but you’re quick to judge yourself!
If you’ve been in relationship with an overly critical person you know how hurtful it can be to live under constant criticism. Let's examine how our judgments of others can turn around and harm us.
If you plant an apple tree, you expect to harvest apples in the future. In the same turn, if you sow seeds of judgment, chances are you’ll eventually receive criticism yourself!
In Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount He makes a bold statement that we are not to judge others unless we want to be judged in the same way. Let's take a deeper look at Jesus’ teachings on judgment.
An inspirational discussion about what it truly means to be in a right relationship with our Creator, and with those we love.
It isn’t easy confronting someone who’s in the wrong. Let's look at Matthew chapter 18, and find out when confrontation is needed.
Confronting a friend or family member isn’t easy! Perhaps there’s a fractured friendship in need of repair.
It isn’t always easy to put the commands of Scripture into everyday practice. Are you trying to live by all the rules, but you’re just plain worn out?
We have a natural tendency to compare ourselves to others. Either we think we’re better than they are, or we see ourselves as lacking.