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Morning Devotional and Study “Judge Not (Luke 6:37-38).

Good morning, my brothers and sisters in Christ.

Judge Not

Luke 6:37-38

“Judge not, and you shall not be judged. Condemn not, and you shall not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven. 38 Give, and it will be given to you: good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over will be put into your bosom. For with the same measure that you use, it will be measured back to you.”


Jared discussed the importance of non-judgmentalism and generosity, using Luke 6:37-38 as a reference. He criticized Christians who prioritize judging others and emphasized that everyone's experience with Christianity is unique. Jared also stressed the importance of mercy, leading a prayer and message about not condemning others.

Luke 6:37 Discussion Time 0:00

Jared led a discussion about Luke, chapter 6, verse 37, emphasizing the importance of not judging or condemning others. Instead, we should be discerning, identifying bad fruit in people's lives but not judging them.

Non-Judgmentalism and Generosity: A Discussion on Luke 6:37-38 Time 4:31

Jared led a discussion focused on the theme of non-judgmentalism and generosity based on readings from the Bible. The group read and reflected on Luke 6:37-38, emphasizing the importance of forgiveness, generosity, and non-judgmental attitudes. Jared explained that mercy prevents human judgment and that our ability to receive blessings is linked to our spirit of generosity. He also emphasized the importance of imitating Christ and avoiding worldly judgments. The team agreed that they all need to do better as Christians.

Christianity's Difficult Path: A Call for Peace, Teachers, and Doers Time 7:40

Jared discussed his personal experiences and thoughts about Christianity, emphasizing that following Jesus is not an easy path and requires much individual effort. He concluded by calling for more peace, more teachers, and more doers of God's word.

Mercy and Truth Time 11:40

Jared emphasized the importance of being merciful, as exemplified by Christ. He led a prayer and a message about forgiving and not condemning others. He also encouraged others to keep asking, seeking, and knocking in prayer and learning God's truth in the Scriptures. Towards the end, he wished peace to everyone and expressed his love for them.

In Christ, love Jared W Campbell

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