Join us today for an episode about the idea that fixing others is not where you want to spend your energy...

Today's episode is focused on Matthew 7:2-4  and how we often find ourselves judging others even when we don't know their intent.  And how there is a difference between judging others, holding people accountable, and calling out injustice or harm.

In this episode, we cover the need to love others unconditionally despite the difficulty in doing that. We also talk about why the very things we often see as wrong with others are things we need to fix in ourselves and how "fixing" others is always a waste of energy compared to improving yourself.  We also talk about how that is often an excuse that just holds us back from success.

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In today's episode, I talk with you about:

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    How the concept of loving unconditionally, without judgement, but still holding others accountable is a biblical idea...
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    We focus on Matthew 7: 2-4 and how that passage is really a road map to how to spend your energy...
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    How that passage from Matthew reflects why we should focus our energy on improving ourselves not fixing others...they aren't broken...
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    and more.....

By judging others we blind ourselves to our own evil and to the grace which others are just as entitled to as we are. - Dietrich Bonhoeffer

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About the Author Scott

Helping people to be better Stewards of God's gifts. Because Stewardship is about more than money.

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