Righteousness, Boundaries, and Not Being Quick to Judge
About the Guest
Jesus spoke the truth, lovingly. Some people followed, while others hated him-even killed him-for it. A friend lovingly stood up for truth and righteousness in her marriage and her husband left her. Then, to add insult to injury, her church leadership judged her for it. She could have ignored his hard, unrepentant heart and preserved the relationship at the cost of truth, but what kind of disciple does that? My point? Righteousness naturally sets boundaries that we should not be quick to judge.
Wouldn’t it be great if standing on the truth guaranteed being loved for it?