|Another Sermon Outline By Brian A. Yeager
passages in the New Covenant (Matthew 7:1).
We must always consider the context of a statement (i.e. I
Corinthians 8:5 w/o verse 6 or Acts 16:25-31 w/o reading through
verse 34; I Corinthians 1:17 w/o reading vs 1-16 or Acts 19:1-7; 22:
2. People also fail to look at the subject throughout the N.T. to
make sure they are applying all of what God says on the matter
(Ephesians 2:8-9; w/o same context; Ephesians 2:10 and other
passages James 2:14-26).
wasteful to try and share the truth with (Acts 13:42-51).
II. Body: Matthew 7:1-5
about unrighteous judgment.
20, I Corinthians 5:1-13, Corinthians 10:15, and I John 4:1).
• Judgments in civil courts are authorized (Romans 13:1-5).
• Teaching requires that we exercise judgment on others
(Matthew 9:36-38, Galatians 6:1, and James 5:19-20).
• We do not have the right to judge as the Lord’s Judgment is
(II Timothy 4:1 and James 4:11-12). We do know who's lost or
saved because it is written (cf. John 12:48)
• We should not be those “fault finders” (Luke 6:7-11 and Mark
7:1-13) who judge in hypocrisy (more in the context on this).
condemnation on others as a return to sender).
Verses 3-4: The error of judgment in hypocrisy (John 8:1-11 and
Romans 2:1-3; 17-24).
Verse 5: Clean up your act so that you can help others (Luke 6:39).
(I Corinthians 11:31-32).
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