There sounds forth across our western world, an ever increasing and all too familiar cry; judge not!! In a post-modern world, where we are told, "what's right for you is right for you and what's right for me is right for me"; men are left to determine their own morality so long as it does not clash with the moral-majority and the socially accepted norm of the day. Dare one try to define morality from the Word of God and he is met with the angry expression, "who are you to judge me!!" "Judge not" has become the mantra of this age and sadly is all too often being heard coming from the lips of professing Christians.
There exists much confusion in the Church regarding this issue of "judge not". Is it ever right for a Christian to pass judgement and if so, when? Is it every wrong for a Christian to judge another brother or sister, and if so, in what context? This sermon attempts to answer these questions and to give a biblical answer to the command, "judge not".