What's our culture's new John 3:16?
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The old John 3:16 was John 3:16. It was the verse that popped up everywhere and everyone knew it by heart. Our newest preacher Dr. Voddie Baucham argues that our culture has a new John 3:16. It's Matthew 7:1—"Judge not that you be not judged." Or just Don't judge me for short. People may not know the chapter and verse, but it pops up everywhere. But in this thoughtful sermon Baucham explores the crucial difference between making judgments and being a judgmental person. You'll appreciate his fine biblical thinking on this important cultural issue.
This week we also feature:
- Skills Article: Why the Preacher Is Necessary to Preaching
- Illustration: Son of Famous Mountaineer Wanted to Know His Dad
- Video: Indeed
Managing Editor, PreachingToday.com
P.S. Make sure you check out our newest sermon illustration source—"Links That Illustrate." It's like going to Home Depot—we provide the lumber and nails and then you construct your own illustration.
P.P.S. Also, this week's skills article is a great reminder of how much you—the preacher—matter to the art of preaching.
Matt Woodley serves as the Editor for PreachingToday.com and the Pastor of Compassion Ministries at Church of the Resurrection in Wheaton, Illinois. He is also the author of God With Us: The Gospel of Matthew (IVP).
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