What did you learn today?

Many of us went to church this morning. It’s one of the best times of the week. We see old friends, meet new friends, and worship together.

This morning our pastor taught about not judging people.  It was a great reminder to allow God to be authority on judgement not us.

I would love hear what you learned today at your church.
Comment below with what you learned today?

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8 thoughts on “What did you learn today?

  1. I learned that we need to draw a line in the sand on behaviors we don’t want to act on, in order to not be lured in by Satan.


    1. That is so good. I️ have to do that very thing many times in my life. Great stuff.


  2. Matthew 5:33-37. Jesus teaching on vows. Not about cursing… It is about the sin of using oaths to affirm that what is being said is true. Let your yes be yes and your no be no. We should never swear by what is false, meaningless, uncertain or unnecessary. Be slow to speak….speak the truth, and speak it in love, speak no evil, speak with grace, and speak as those who will be judged. Basically for a Christian, an oath should be unnecessary.


    1. “Slow to speak” has always been a tough one for me. I’m usually quick to speak and slow to listen which is the opposite of what I should be. Thanks for sharing Carol.


  3. I learned to let God be God. Even though I have been verbally abused by this person and criticized, it is easy for me to wish her harm and to hate her. I cannot hate her because God loves her. He will judge her and give me peace. I know that God will do what God does best. He is faithful and just. Praise God for his mercy and grace.


    1. Amen. Thank you for sharing Elba. Love that God is continually teaching all of us.


  4. Trusting God to take care of the situation, let God do the judging in His time. It’s hard to wait when you see an injustice and it seems like someone is getting away with something they shouldn’t.


    1. Megan and I were just talking about this very topic this morning. Not judging and extending forgiveness feels like they get away with stuff, but ultimately we must leave things in God’s hands. Thanks for sharing donna


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