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Relating Properly to One Another. Who Are You to Judge? Romans 14:1-12. Who Are You to Judge?. vs. 1 “… accept the one who is weak in faith…” All Christians are not equal Know your motive. Who Are You to Judge?. vs. 1 “… accept the one who is weak in faith…”

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Relating properly to one another

Relating Properly to One Another

Who Are You to Judge?

Romans 14:1-12


Who are you to judge

Who Are You to Judge?

vs. 1“…accept the one who is weak in faith…”

  • All Christians are not equal

  • Know your motive


  • Who are you to judge1

    Who Are You to Judge?

    vs. 1“…accept the one who is weak in faith…”

    Martin Luther King Jr; once declared,

    “Cowardice asks the question: Is it safe?

    Consensus asks the question: Is it popular?

    Conscience asks the question: Is it right?"


    Who are you to judge2

    Who Are You to Judge?

    vs. 3“…one who eats…one who does not eat…”

    • All Christians are not equal

  • Respect another’s liberty


  • Who are you to judge3

    Who Are You to Judge?

    vs. 3“…one who eats…one who does not eat…”

    Just because you can do something with a clear conscience, does not mean you have the freedom to do it if it hurts a fellow believer.


    Who are you to judge4

    Who Are You to Judge?

    vs. 4“…you who are to judge…”

    • All Christians are not equal

  • Mind your own business

    We injure each other with our well-aimed verbal gouges over matters that should kept silent.


  • Who are you to judge5

    Who Are You to Judge?

    vs. 6“…one day above another…every day alike”

    • Consider what is sacred

  • All Christians have different approaches


  • Who are you to judge6

    Who Are You to Judge?

    vs. 6“…one day above another…every day alike”

    Our principle should be:

    In essentials, unity;

    In nonessentials, liberty;

    In everything, love.


    Who are you to judge7

    Who Are You to Judge?

    vs. 8“…we live for the Lord…we die for the Lord”

    • Living and dying

  • All Christians have different approaches


  • Who are you to judge8

    Who Are You to Judge?

    vs. 8“…we live for the Lord…we die for the Lord”

    • Living and dying

      All circumstances in life, the routine and the extraordinary, provide tests and opportunities to prove that Christ is Lord of our life.


    Who are you to judge9

    Who Are You to Judge?

    vs. 9“…Lord of both the dead and the living ”

    • Christ is the Lord

  • All Christians have different approaches


  • Who are you to judge10

    Who Are You to Judge?

    vs. 10“…why do you judge?....why do you regard with contempt?.. ”

    • Only God is capable of judging with total objectivity

  • All Christians will be judged


  • Who are you to judge11

    Who Are You to Judge?

    vs. 11“…every knee shall bow…every tongue shall give praise.. ”

    • Judgment of believers is coming

  • All Christians will be judged


  • Things to take with you and practice

    Things to Take with You and Practice

    • Just because you can do something with a clear conscience, does not mean you have the freedom to do it if it hurts a fellow believer.

    • All circumstances in life, the routine and the extraordinary, provide tests and opportunities to prove that Christ is Lord of our life.

    • Leave the judging to the perfect Judge and as such it will happen at the perfect time.


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