If I say to someone that what they are doing is sin, isn’t that a judgment on my part?
If I tell someone they need Jesus as Savior then I have judged them.
However, the more I judge myself, the less judgment I pass on others but rather more encouragement. Continue reading
Where does judgment begin?
The word of God tells us; for the time has come for judgment to begin at the house of God; and if it begins with us first, what will be the end of those who do not obey the gospel of God? 1 Peter 4:17 Continue reading
Judge not… Matt 7:1
How many times has that verse been quoted to you, even by non-Christians.
Tell someone they’re doing wrong and “Judge not!”
But is “Judge not” the whole truth or have we been duped into believing “Judge not”? Continue reading
I like quotes!
I like to read what others have said that’s of significance; it doesn’t matter if it’s Christian or of a secular nature.
Some of my favorites include Will Rogers.
He was a political satirist in the 1920’s.
Some of his best remarks are: A fool and his money are soon elected. Continue reading
Okay, I just have to make a comment about it!
When I was growing up I could easily get in trouble with mom by sticking out my tongue.
I was told it was nasty, it was ugly, and it was rude.
I was also told to keep it in my mouth. Continue reading
Yesterday’s Morning Thought was about distraction.
Continuing with that theme, a local news story reports that a 20-year old man has been charged with criminally negligent homicide.
Authorities report that he was texting and driving when his vehicle slammed into a stalled 18-wheeler. Continue reading
The news stories increase every day about distracted driving.
I will admit that I have talked on the phone while driving and even done some texting, a very dangerous thing to do.
It’s more dangerous for East Texans than anyone else. Continue reading