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Knowledge That Opposes True Humility | 1 Corinthians 8:1, Romans 12:16
One sinful attitude that exists in the world is living from FEELING like we understand and shaming others we deem ignorant, even using this as some twisted proof of our “knowledge”, but this sort of “knowledge” keeps us from a true humility. We become slaves to maintaining this view of ourselves and our knowledge, slaves to the fears of what this “could mean about us” if we were wrong, instead of simply humbling ourselves to seek God for a genuine knowledge, and face our own ignorance wherever it is. The attitude in today’s climate is quick to shame anyone for any ignorance rather than direct people to seek knowledge in their ignorance. We’re so ready to jump all over the most minor errors, this being an attitude of pride. All of this opposes people really being able to take a step back and seek knowledge. And the fact that this same attitude exists in the church is outrageous! We think truth is supported in such sinful attitudes, rather than truly inviting people to come into a knowledge of God, we demand people act like they already know or agree with certain doctrines - all of this opposes people having a true humility and LISTENING heart. Website: https://www.watchpost.org TikTok: @black.melk
The Sin of Judging Others With Broad Strokes | John 7:24, Romans 1:18
Broad strokes is a form of sinful judgment that makes things feel easier for a person but by it we wrong our neighbors by denying what is actual true, right, and fair. It is a favorite weapon of the flesh, making us feel we have understanding (and control), but by this we actually forsake real understanding, wisdom, and righteousness.
Judging Other By Our Corrupt Value System | Luke 14:14, Proverbs 14:31
This is the third of three videos where I talk about the way we live from our desires and how this is not as benign as we think. Living from our desires is one of the reasons there is such devaluing of people who are poor, disabled, or different from us. When we live from our desires we judge people from the basis of our twisted value system rather than from the value system of righteousness. In two previous videos I talked about how living from our desires is not benign, but the harm that comes from this, and in this video I talk about how we have contempt upon the poor and needy because we live from our desires, rather than having the godly love and judgment Christ calls us to. The Christian is supposed to be a person who comes out of these mean value systems and truly loves people in full equality, judging only from the basis of righteousness (not appearances). This great friendship of God is what He extends to all of mankind, judging not upon the basis of anything external, but solely upon the basis of who will do what is right.
Making Our Desires The Law of Life | Ephesians 2:3
This is the first of three videos where I talk about the way we live from our desires and how this is not as benign as we think. When we live from the law of our desires we forsake living from the law of righteousness. When we live from our desires we make our desires Lord over us, we become servants to these, and the opposite of this is to have Christ as Lord and to be His servant. We are designed so that we have a lord in our life however we live, we either have our desires as what we love and serve, or God as the rightful Lord over us.
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