ARTICLES FROM CHURCH MAGAZINES:

alt "The Atonement, Repentance, and Dirty Linen" - Lynn A. Mickelsen, Liahona, Nov. 2003, 10–13; or Ensign, Nov. 2003, 10–13.  Leave judgment to the Lord, the perfect judge. . . . It is not ours to delve into others' problems but rather to perceive the breadth of their goodness.
alt "Judge Not' and Judging" - Dallin H. Oaks, Ensign, Aug. 1999, 6–13.  There are two kinds of judging: final judgments, which we are forbidden to make, and intermediate judgments, which we are directed to make, but upon righteous principles.
alt "Q&A: Questions and Answers" - New Era, Nov. 1989, 16–19.  "I've always been counseled to choose my friends carefully. But I've also been counseled not to judge others. How can I do the one without doing the other?"
alt "Judge Not" - Kenneth L. Higbee, Ensign, Sept. 1973, 8–12. Ancient and modern scriptures frequently warn us not to judge others or be quick to find fault with them.
alt "Judge Not, That Ye Be Not Judged" - N. Eldon Tanner, Ensign, July 1972, 34–36.  It is not possible to judge another fairly unless you know his desires, his faith, and his goals.

HANDOUT IDEAS:

alt Charity and clean windows
alt Judge Not
alt Snickers Candy Bar - "The person who 'snickers' at another's looks or actions to make him/herself feel big will only become small."  (Credit: Homemaking Cottage)

HUMOR:

alt Judge not!
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LESSON HELPS:

alt Another Perspective
alt “One of my friends really offended me. I know I’m supposed to be forgiving, but how do I get over the hurt?”

ONLINE VIDEO CLIPS:

alt Judging Other? Stop It!
alt Looking through windows

POEMS:

alt The window through which we look - really good!

QUOTES:

alt One Liners
alt Quick Quotes

SCRIPTURE REFERENCES:

alt 1 Samuel 16:7; Moroni 7:14–19; D&C 11:12

SKITS:

alt The Peanut Butter and Jelly Skit - A humorous skit which points out, "Do not judge or you too will be judged". From Christian Crafters.

STORIES:

alt A clear view
alt Breakfast Special by F. Sterling Hughes
alt Dog Food and Other Gifts
alt Larkin Free
alt The Dart Test
alt The Pear Tree
alt The Snob







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