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Practicing Righteous Judgments

Within the church, there exist two extremes:

One group says we must not judge anyone at all. They incorrectly apply the Scripture, “Do not judge, or you too will be judged” (Matt. 7:1, ESV). If you possess this mindset, I urge you to read this article, Should We Judge or Not Judge?

The other group is quick to judge anyone, either verbally (in words) or non-verbally (in thoughts). They think they are smart enough to know people’s motives and hearts. Sometimes they may be right, but, in most cases, they may be wrong—although they may deny admitting this and may think they are more often correct. They carry a disposition which is threatening to healthy church life. They merely practice unrighteous judgments.

What do I mean by unrighteous judgments? The judgments that are not right, because they are based entirely on one’s perceptions and feelings, and not on proven facts. People's judgments become unrighteous when they judge on unbiblical standards. In the word…

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