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Judging others

Matthew 7:1-2, “Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.” 606 more words

Bible Study

Does God Understand Statistics? Reasons why Context Needs to be Valued More in LDS Conversations

In the LDS church, we place huge emphasis on agency, or our freedom to choose. I think that this emphasis is rather appropriate. But, we neglect discussing something that has a huge impact on how we use our agency (i.e., the choices we make), which is the CONTEXT in which we and others make choices. 3,022 more words


Daily Riches: Exquisitely Tender Jesus (Brennan Manning and Gregory Boyle) *

“This passage of exquisite tenderness offers a remarkable glimpse into the human soul of Jesus. It tells how He feels about human beings. It reveals His way of looking out on the world, His nonjudgmental attitude toward people who were… 374 more words

Loving Well

Letting Go of Judgement

I was challenged yesterday by my morning meditation to consciously let go of judgement throughout the day.
Every time that I felt myself beginning to judge a person or a situation, I was to stop myself,  let go of those feelings and replace them with acceptance and love. 1,070 more words

Finding Joy

"Stupid People"

I think the only “stupid” people are the people who routinely go around calling other people “stupid.” Here’s why.

Stupid requires there be some baseline for what isn’t stupid. 364 more words

Plank eye disease

Are you quick to see (and talk about) ways others don’t measure up while overlooking failures and sins in your own life or family?

A recent survey of 20 somethings indicated that 9 out of 10 think of Christians as judgmental. 1,038 more words


Be the safe person...not the Judge!

I had an interesting conversation last night with a friend of mine who seems to feel another friend we have in common (though I haven’t seen her for a few years) is “stuck” in her marriage. 756 more words