Hensley, Jason | Published in 2020 | Paperback (110 pages), Kindle
It is part of our natural tendency as humans to judge one another. We see someone act, and we immediately attempt to ascribe a motive––often the motive that we would have if we were to do the same thing. And yet, this form of judging is completely counter to what God calls us to do. Indeed, we are to judge whether actions are right or wrong, but we cannot judge motivations or character. This book explores why judging isn’t in our purview, and why this topic is so crucial for a believer’s life. Removing a judgmental attitude can change relationships, can relieve stress and make us more appreciative, and, most importantly, can draw us closer to our God and to the Lord.