“Judge not . . .” Luke 6:37 (and its parallel passage in Matthew 7:1) is one of the most often quote verses in the Bible. People who would never darken the door of a church and who haven’t read a Bible in years, are quick to quote this whenever the rightness of their actions are questions.
Just a few verses later, Jesus told us to “take out the speck that is in your brother’s eye.” And it’s clear that the speck is a metaphor for sin. Jesus wants us to draw conclusions (based on the Word) about the actions of our brothers and sisters in Christ.
But He must mean something when He says “Judge not.” Find out what He means in this week”s message, Building the Body (trinitybiblelynden.org/sermon_post/judge-not/).