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by Guy Mason with FERVR
Why God wants us to look at people's hearts instead of their bodies.
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Judging others based upon what we may have heard about them is something that must avoided at all costs. Living in this world without judging others becomes increasingly difficult if you’ve been wronged by a particular group of people. “There are no good men”. How many of us have heard those words from a woman who []The post Judging others based upon our Pre-programmed Biases appeared first on FaithsMessenger.Com.
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“Judging others makes us blind, whereas love is illuminating. By judging others we blind ourselves to our own evil and to the grace which others are just as entitled to as we are.” ― Dietrich Bonhoeffer, The Cost of Discipleship
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Vodcast Episode 1: What does judging someone look like? Episode Notes: Wrong Ways of Judgement: 1. Judging Only By Appearances 24 Do not judge by appearances, but judge with right judgment.” John 7:24 (ESV) 2. Judging through Hypocrisy 2 For with the judgment you pronounce you will be judged, and with the measure you use it will be measured to you. 3 Why do you see the speck that is in your brother’s eye, but do not notice the log that is in»
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Not hot tea. but this needs a pic “You know, your son would probably enjoy it a lot more if you spent time making cookies with him..” Said a voice behind me in the Starbucks line. I turned to meet the eyes of my sudden adversary. Yes, adversary. Why? Because She may have said: ”You know, your son would probably enjoy it a lot more if you spent time making cookies with him..” What I heard was: “Instead of buying expensive cookies you»
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some days it is so very difficult. some days I wear myself out thinking and rethinking words said, emotions expressed and words written by others. I nearly drive myself mad with all of the words I want to speak. But, I know God wants me to keep my mouth shut. My words will not convict or redeem. My words will not be accepted especially the way that I speak them. How do you settle these things in your life? How do you not say all the thing»
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I did it just the other day Saw someone and thought, “Oh man, they’re just” After talking with the person a little while, I came away with an entire different perspective. Don’t judge a book by its cover or in this case, a hamburger by its bun. We do this both ways though, don’t we? We look at someone on the outside and think they have it all together and so we play to the comparison game and feel great about ourselves. OR We look at»
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Attempts at Honesty Christian Blog - Reflections on the interplay of the Bible and CultureOne of the objections raised against Christianity is that the God of the Bible is a vengeful deity who commanded Israel to practice genocide as they conquered the land of Canaan. As a Christian, I would be the first to admit that some of what I read in the Old Testament (OT) makes me uncomfortable. There are things in the Bible that offend my 20th Century se»
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A while back I was blogging through a book and someone took offense because of the author's lifestyle. The argument was that his call to discipleship was hypocritical because of the size of his house. I can't cast any stones because I don't personally know either the author nor the commenter. But it points out a fundamental challenge for any author- you become known by the words committed to the page even though there is much more to you than tho»
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I have never been one to listen to the writing coaches who say to “write through the fear” or “face the blank page and just write.” I’m more of a start five paragraphs and erase every single character because I can’t believe such drivel exists inside of me and then go into a quiet room and stare at the ceiling for three hours. You think I’m kidding, I’m not. Perfectionism, anyone? My default is to just give one of those generic »