Contributed by David Scudder on Jun 21, 2010
The problem with being critical is that is what other other people do. When we are being critical we often call it being discerning, or perceptive, or astute, or sensitive. This is a sin that almost all of us struggle with to one degree or another. After
II Corinthians 6:1-10
Purpose: To show the proofs of a faithful follower of Christ.
Aim: I want the listener to be slow to criticize in order to protect the Gospel.
INTRODUCTION: Paul was no stranger to criticism. One of the reasons Paul wrote first and second Corinthians was to answer his