Matthew 7:1 – Judge Not, that You be Not Judged
Judge not, that you be not judged.
00:00 Intro and favorite verses
02:06 Top three favorite verses on internet
04:59 How Christians and non-Christians often use Matthew 7:1
06:36 Context is needed for understanding
08:06 This is still a need for judgement
10:01 One can look at behaviors based upon fruit
11:40 What is the right kind of judgement?
15:33 What is righteous judgement?
17:01 God is needed to make a proper judgement
21:53 We are fruit inspectors
24:15 The purpose of judgement among Christians
26:47 Judgement needed to help and evangelize
31:05 Only God can judge me
32:17 Relationships needed with judgement
Question 01Imagine someone looking only at Matthew 7:1. How do people misapply this verse? Now, add Matthew 7:5. How does this one additional verse shift its initial meaning?No Answers
Question 02Based on this program, what would happen if Christians stopped judging others entirely?No Answers
Question 03What is the Biblical way to decide if someone needs to be corrected?No Answers
Question 04What is the proper attitude we should have if we are going to correct a fellow Christian?No Answers
Question 05At what point does judgement become unrighteous instead of righteous?No Answers