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Chuck Smith :: Sermon Notes for Matthew 7:6

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I. THE CONTEXT.
A. Immediate is "Judge not."
1. Danger of not using any discrimination.
a. Accept anybody or anything.
b. So fearful not to judge, don't use good sense.
c. There must be church discipline.
d. There must be a guard against heresy.
B. The broader context. "Think not that I am come to destroy the law, I came not to destroy but to fulfill."
1. Lev. 10:10, Aaron's sons were to put difference between holy and unholy, clean and unclean.
2. Deut. 23:3, Heathen excluded from worship.
3. Ez. 22:26, God complained of priest violating His law, not making a difference between holy and profane.
4. Jer. was told in 15:19 to "take forth the precious from the vile."
II. DID JESUS PRACTICE WHAT HE PREACHED?
A. He never had a word to say to Herod.
1. To Nicodemus, to woman at well, very patient in explaining way of life.
B. We never read of Him sharing the gospel of God's love with the Scribes and Pharisees.
III. THE DISCRIMINATION NEEDED IN PREACHING.
A. In declaring the grace of God.
B. In declaring the holiness of God.
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