Matthew 7:1–6 - Judge Not!
Matthew 7:24-29 - Hearing and Doing
Matthew 7:21–23 - Confession and Practice
Matthew 7:15-20 - False Prophets
Matthew 7:13-14 - The Two Gates and Ways
Matthew 7:24-27 – The Safe House
Matthew 7:13-23 – Deception
Matthew 7:1-12 – Me
A Tale of Two Verses Their use over time provides a social history
Four Priorities for Every Gospel-Centred Parent
This article explains that parenting, particularly fathering, shows something of what it means to know God. It explains, with Matthew 7:7-11, why parents need the gospel, and goes on to provide four priorities for gospel-centred parenting.
The Difficult Life
Jesus Christ described the Christian life as walking the narrow road and entering through the narrow gate (Matthew 7:13-14). What makes this path narrow and how can Christians travel it?
Judging: The Christian’s Duty; An Examination of Pertinent Scripture and Passages
Matthew 7:1-4, John 8, and John 13:34 are some of the texts used to support the call to tolerance. This article examines these texts and asks the question: are Christian called or forbidden to judge based on these texts?
Judging Others: The Danger of Playing God (Part 1)
What tendencies do you have in the judgments you make about others? In this first of a three-part series, Ken Sande reflects on judging by way of passages such as Matthew 7:1–6 and 1 Corinthians 13:4–7, with a view to offering practical suggestions on how to make godly, charitable judgments about others.
An Appointment You Will Keep
It is certain that some people will go to hell and some to heaven. Who will go where? From Matthew 7 this article answers this question.
Matthew 7:1-6: "Do Not Judge"
Matthew 7:1-29 - Exercising Judgment
This article is a Bible study on Matthew 7:1-29.