3/27/15 Self-Evaluation Before Peer-Evaluation

“Do not be quick to find fault with anyone.  Look at yourself critically before you look at anyone else critically.  Remember how much God has forgiven you for, and keep that in mind when you look at the faults of others.  By your own actions, you will decide how you will ultimately be judged.  If you are merciful, looking at someone’s heart instead of his actions, and forgiving any wrongs done, then the same will be done for you.  If you are generous with praise, forgiveness, and material possessions, you will receive back just the way you give.  But if you are quick to draw negative conclusions about people, looking only at the actions you see and not at the motives or the whole person, this is how you will eventually be judged as well.”

Matthew 7:1-2, Luke 6:37-38


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