Actually, we ARE to judge.

judge notDoes the Bible really say we’re not to judge? The 7th Chapter of the Gospel of Matthew is often wielded as a weapon to silence Christians who are challenging sins of a brother or sister.  Jesus gave us the framework in those verses for how to judge correctly. We are never to judge anyone’s salvation (that’s God’s job), nor are we to be hypocritical about the log in our own eye. So what does that leave us with?  We’ll be sharing a great article today by Marsha West, titled, Does the Bible really say were not to judge

In Segment 2, we’re scooting up our chairs for our Bible study in 2 Samuel, with our Bible study teacher Beth Seifert. Be sure to download the notes in our Bible study tab on the menu. Tomorrow we will be introducing you to Samuel, a prophet whose life was incredibly significant!

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