Sept. 13, 2019

Luke 6:39-42

Jesus tells his disciples that they must strive to be like him especially in relationship with others. If they are to correct their brother’s wrongdoing, they must first examine their own. He uses the image of the splinter and the beam to make his point.

You know how often I am tempted to stand in judgment of others. I am grateful that in those moments between thinking and speaking or acting, you remind me of me.

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