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Most of us are familiar with Jesus' instructions not to judge others. But what exactly did he mean? Are we supposed to look away when a close friend or family member is doing something dishonest or immoral? Are there times when it is wrong not to judge?
In this 4-part series, Andy Stanley tackles this confusing and often misunderstood topic. We learn the steps to take before confronting others and how to react when someone judges us.
4 Audio CDs > Playable in a CD Player or Computer
1. Eye to Eye
2. Double Standard
3. Don't Just Stand There
Nobody wants to be judged. Just thinking about people forming an opinion of you and looking down on you brings up bad memories and unpleasant emotions. But as Christians, what are we to do when we see someone clearly in the wrong? Are we just to sit and watch them make the same poor decisions for fear of coming across as judgmental? In this session we’ll discuss what our responsibility is when we see something in someone else’s life that we know isn’t right. Matthew 7:1-5
How are we supposed to love others and judge them at the same time? As we continue to sort out this somewhat confusing topic, we are going to look at a case study in a first-century church. We will see how the teaching of Jesus on this subject was actually applied then and how we should apply it in the church today. 1 Corinthians 5:1-5; 1 Corinthians 5:9-11; 1 Corinthians 5:12-13
What are you supposed to do when you see someone going the wrong way? Many would tell you to not “judge,” but are you really supposed to sit back and do nothing? In this session, we’ll discover that judging others, when approached the right way, is actually an extension of the activity of God in another person’s life. Matthew 18:12-17
What do you do with the people who judge you? The tendency, of course, is to respond in kind and write them off. But that would drag you down to their level. So what are you to do? One of the great things about being a follower of Christ is that we do have an alternative. And this is not only something Jesus spoke about–this is something he personally dealt with. Luke 23:35-39; Luke 23:34; Luke 6:35-36