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Judgment Call Audio Download

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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. DOWNLOAD ONLY

Part 1 - Eye To Eye (Andy Stanley)

Why do we find it so easy to judge others? And is it ever appropriate to confront someone about sin? In this message, we learn what Jesus said about the subject: when were tempted to pass judgment on someone else, we need to stop and see if there's a trace of the same sin in us. Matthew 7:1-5

Part 2 - Double Standard (Andy Stanley)

Most of us know the Bible verse that says, Do not judge. But how do we interpret this teaching? Are we supposed to turn a blind eye to sin or is it appropriate to confront others? We learn in this message that judging is sometimes the loving thing to do. 1 Corinthians 5:1-5, 5:9-13

Part 3 - Don't Just Stand There (Andy Stanley)

Judging others, when approached the right way, can actually be an extension of God's work in someone else's life. We may be tempted to look the other way, but true love involves stepping out of our comfort zones to rescue fellow believers in need. So don't just stand there. Do something. Matthew 18:12-17

Part 4 - Sentenced (Andy Stanley)

What should you do when someone misjudges you? Revenge is tempting. Refusing to respond at all seems fair. But Jesus taught an alternative response that if applied to our own lives will make a dramatic difference in how we react to the unjust criticism of others. Luke 23:35-39, 23:34, 6:35-36

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. DOWNLOAD ONLY

Part 1 - Eye To Eye (Andy Stanley)

Why do we find it so easy to judge others? And is it ever appropriate to confront someone about sin? In this message, we learn what Jesus said about the subject: when were tempted to pass judgment on someone else, we need to stop and see if there's a trace of the same sin in us. Matthew 7:1-5

Part 2 - Double Standard (Andy Stanley)

Most of us know the Bible verse that says, Do not judge. But how do we interpret this teaching? Are we supposed to turn a blind eye to sin or is it appropriate to confront others? We learn in this message that judging is sometimes the loving thing to do. 1 Corinthians 5:1-5, 5:9-13

Part 3 - Don't Just Stand There (Andy Stanley)

Judging others, when approached the right way, can actually be an extension of God's work in someone else's life. We may be tempted to look the other way, but true love involves stepping out of our comfort zones to rescue fellow believers in need. So don't just stand there. Do something. Matthew 18:12-17

Part 4 - Sentenced (Andy Stanley)

What should you do when someone misjudges you? Revenge is tempting. Refusing to respond at all seems fair. But Jesus taught an alternative response that if applied to our own lives will make a dramatic difference in how we react to the unjust criticism of others. Luke 23:35-39, 23:34, 6:35-36