July 31

2 Chronicles 29:1-36
Romans 14:1-23
Psalm 24:1-10
Proverbs 20:12

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New Testament:
Romans 14:1-23

Blessed is the one who does not condemn himself by what he approves. ~ Romans 14:22

Summary: Do Not Pass Judgment on One Another, Do Not Cause Another to Stumble

July 31th, and now as we turn our attention to the New Testament, today’s reading will come from the book of Romans, chapter 14, verses 1 through 23. You know, your love may be tested more by Christians who disagree with you than by unbelievers who persecute you. It takes a diamond to cut a diamond.

What should you do when your brother or sister disagrees with you about how God’s people ought to live? Well, first of all, there’s acceptance. Not all believers are mature, and love demands that the mature members of the family defer to the immature. Love protects people and gives them a chance to grow up. People may be difficult, but we must accept them in love for the Lord’s sake.

We’ll read about accountability. See, we have no right to judge and condemn one another because the judge is the Lord. Each believer will have enough to do in keeping his own account right without interfering with others’ accounts. And then there’s ambition. Our desire must not be to get everybody to agree with us.

Our desire must be to pursue peace, not cause others to stumble and help others to mature, in Christ. What starts as grieving can become offending and making weak and causing others to stumble and fall. The result might be destroying a brother or sisters faith, is destroying another just to have your own way worth it? And with that, let’s begin our reading today in the New Testament.


Overview: Romans 5-16 Click Here to Watch Video


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Dr. J. Vernon McGee - Thru the Bible

Dr. J. Vernon McGee – Thru the Bible


Acts – J Vernon Mcgee – Thru the Bible

Romans 13 – 14



There’s thunder in His footsteps
And lightning in His fists
(Our God is an awesome God)
Judgement and wrath
He poured out on Sodom

Freedom from the law! For 2,000 years, Paul’s letter to the Romans has proclaimed the news that every guilty person should long for. We don’t have to run from the law of God for the rest of our lives—hounded by the barking dogs of past sins. God offers freedom. He offers immunity. He offers pardon. And if He is for us, who can be against us?

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