Who Are We to Judge?

Who Are We to Judge?

Did Jesus forbid us from judging others?
Single Session Bible Study

Overview

The reader's question is arresting: Did Jesus forbid us from judging others? Our immediate answer is "yes!" "Judge not," right? But what did Jesus mean by that? Is his instruction in the Sermon on the Mount being properly applied in our day? This Bible study and the commentary from Lewis B. Smedes are sure to prompt lively discussion.

Table of Contents

LEADER'S GUIDE

• Identify the Current Issue

• Discover the Eternal Principles

Teaching point one: Judgment is sometimes forbidden and sometimes encouraged.

Teaching point two: If we judge by the letter of the law, we ourselves will be judged by it.

Teaching point three: Judging is a vital part of the Christian life.

• Apply Your Findings

HANDOUT FOR FURTHER STUDY

ARTICLE FROM CHRISTIANITY TODAY

Who Are We to Judge?, by Lewis B. Smedes (2001)

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