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When You Think It’s God Speaking, But It’s Actually Your Inner Critic

A few years back, it became apparent that I had turned God into Simon Cowell. The realisation came while I was in a class on spiritual formation.

Did Jesus Really Tell Us Not to Judge?

“Do not judge, or you too will be judged.” We’ve all read Jesus’ words in Matthew 7:1. It’s a popular verse that’s often used to rebuke Christians for judging the lifestyles, practices, or values of other people.

ODJ: the day

Recently our family took a trip to visit my parents in a distant state. Our two boys love their “Grams” and “Pa”, so they were excited to see their grandparents. They were also excited to miss a week of school, to travel by aircraft and, because we had tickets for all of the guys in the family, to attend a local university football game. As you can imagine, my boys counted the days leading

ODJ: something rotten

I recently began searching for a good used car. When I went to check out a 2006 model, the vehicle looked pristine. Looks can be deceiving however. For when I had my mechanic take a peek at the prospective purchase, he found some major transmission problems. If I had bought the car, it would have cost me dearly to fix.

Ancient Israel also tried to look good on the outside, but

ODJ: judgement of justice

An acquaintance of mine, who is highly intelligent and has a philosophical leaning, also carries antipathy toward God and religion. He enjoys being provocative, recently quoting the second-century philosopher Epicurus who said: “There is no such thing as justice in the abstract; it is merely a compact between men.”

If Epicurus was teaching that viewing justice as an ideal disconn

ODJ: walk worthy of God

Congratulations for doing so well!” Friends and family recently showered me with praise. But it was due to the fact that my daughter had done exceptionally well in her national examinations. As a father, I couldn’t have been prouder of my daughter’s achievements. Likewise, we do our heavenly Father proud when we live our lives “in a way that God would consider worthy” (1 Thessalonians 2: