Have you ever tried your best not to be judgmental and still ended up doing it anyway?

In this sermon we look at the popular phrase “love the sinner, hate the sin.” Though not in the Bible, some Christians use this all the time. How does it hold up to the light of the gospel? Under what conditions can we look at other people’s sins? What does it mean for us to follow Jesus’ teaching to worry first about the “log” in our own eye, and and only then about the “speck” in someone else’s? 

The good news is that Jesus loves to spend time with sinners, and he even sets a table for them.

Love all sinners equally; hate your own sins above all others.

P.S. We had a slight audio issue this week – bear with us, we are still working the kinks out. Thanks for your patience!

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