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Feb 01, 2009

Who Are You to Judge? (Romans 2)

Passage: Romans 2:1-4

Preacher: Tim Badal

Series: Hypocrite

Keywords: hypocrite, romans 2, judgement

Summary:

Who Are You to Judge? Romans 2:1-4 The story of Joseph teaches us important lessons about obedience. Our text says: 1. Don't delight in inexcusably judging others (v. 1). Our judging is usually: Unwarranted Unfair Unbalanced 2. Don't dismiss the inescapable judgment of God (vv. 2-3). God's judgment is: Perfect Not punitive in nature. Promised. 3. Don't despise the incredible journey back to God (v. 4). Three words that Paul uses speak of: God's dedication to humanity. God's delayed wrath. The duration of time.

Detail:

Who Are You to Judge?

Romans 2:1-4

The story of Joseph teaches us important lessons about obedience.

Our text says:

1.     Don't delight in inexcusably judging others (v. 1).

 Our judging is usually:

  • Unwarranted
  • Unfair
  • Unbalanced

2.     Don't dismiss the inescapable judgment of God (vv. 2-3).

God's judgment is:

  • Perfect
  • Not punitive in nature.
  • Promised.

3.     Don't despise the incredible journey back to God (v. 4).

Three words that Paul uses speak of:

  • God's dedication to humanity. 
  • God's delayed wrath.
  • The duration of time.