I begin this series with full knowledge that I am preaching to the choir. I have been this woman. I have done these things ... more often than I care to recount.
I would like you to join me every Monday for the next few weeks as I uncover what I believe to be a very common problem among women today. This issue has become so prevalent that it is dividing sisters of faith.
Women are passionate by nature. Yet, I have noticed a trend which I have taken part in, but I see it all around me; this trend among women is self righteous judgment. We have all witnessed it: in person, at church, in social forums for the world to see. Women, Christian women, believe in something and it becomes so very important to them and when others do not adhere to their standards, then those other women are shunned. These all important standards may pertain to health, parenting, finances, etc. Many times there is no specific Biblical mandate which drives these standards, but these topics are treated as though they were the Gospel itself.
My goal in this series is not to demean anyone for any particular decision they have made personally or for their family. My purpose in this series is to take a look at some of the most common culprits that I find women tend to become quite self righteous concerning.
I would like us to consider the better way to go about these very hot topics. I would like us to look at what the role of a woman, wife, and mother is and how this should affect the decisions which we make. The purpose of this series is to identify what God's best is for women, and how we women can glorify our God in our dealings with each other.
Articles In This Series:
1.) The Homemaking Pharisee: Healthy Eating, Natural Living, Wholly Judgmental (2/4)
2.) The Homemaking Pharisee: Schooled In Schooling (2/11)
3.) The Homemaking Pharisee: To Spare Or Not To Spare (2/18)
4.) The Homemaking Pharisee: Making Biblical The Unbiblical (3/4)
5.) The Homemaking Pharisee: When Medical Decisions Meet Moral Judgements (3/11)
6.) The Homemaking Pharisee: We Are All Bad Mothers (4/15)
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What Are Some Ways In Which You Have Been
Judged For Decisions You Have Made?
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