Who Do You Judge?

Session 5.43 for October 27, 2013

Today’s session marks the end of our eight week study in the Gospel of Luke. We hear the parable of the Pharisee and the Tax-Collector. When we unpack this story and examine how it applies to our lives today, we are reminded of the dangers of judging ourselves against others. We live in an “exocentric” culture where most of our time, energy, and thoughts are reflected outward. While Christians are supposed to be considerate of others, this mindfulness too often turns into comparisons of who is better or who is worse. In today’s session, we will explore our own judgments and how we can be free to be ourselves with God. 

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featuring Nikki Hardeman

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Scripture: Luke 18:9-14


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