June 25, 2018

Matthew 7:1-5

Jesus tells his followers to let God be the judge. Focusing on the faults of others will prevent them from seeing their own faults. As disciples they have the responsibility to correct and challenge others gone astray, but they must first acknowledge their own sin.

When I stand in judgment of others’ actions, I lose sight of the good in them. Let me see what you see and when necessary guide them lovingly in a new direction.

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