Probably none of Jesus’ sayings is more often misused or misinterpreted than His words, “Judge not.” We often use them as an excuse to avoid confrontation, and to fit in with our so-called “tolerant” world. But what did Jesus really mean? Today, Liam Goligher takes a deeper look into Jesus’ words about when we’re to judge our fellow man, here on No Falling Word.
There are many fears that lead to worry in our lives, but most of us struggle with the fear of losing what little we’ve got. Jesus, in His sermon on worry, urges us to consider three aspects in which to frame our anxieties, so that we can deal with them correctly.
Liam Goligher tells us there are three categories of people when it comes to the subject of worry: those who never worry, those who always worry, and the people in between…who keep a balance until serious problems come into their lives.
We justify our self-worth by our net worth, and the things that we value most--whether money, fame or honor--ultimately reveal the state of our hearts. Listen, as Liam Goligher continues his message on anxiety, worry and the consequences of where we store our treasures.