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Some passages of Scripture say, "Judge," while others say, "Don't judge." Most Christians aren't sure that they should judge anything, while others feel responsible to raise a moral standard but don't know how much authority they have. Derek Prince cuts through the apparent conflict to explain who is authorized to judge, when judgment is called for, what we are authorized to judge, where the limits are, and why our attitude matters. In a world that turns its back on God while crying, "Don't judge me," Derek Prince weighs in with a scriptural affidavit for sound judgment.
Derek Prince was born in India of British parents in 1915. He was educated at Eton College and Cambridge University, England, where he held a Fellowship in Ancient and Modern Philosophy at King's College. While serving with the British army in World War II, he began to study the Bible and experienced a life-changing encounter with Jesus Christ. He then devoted his life to studying and teaching the Bible.
Derek Prince taught and ministered on six continents for over seven decades, imparting God's revealed truth, praying for the sick and afflicted, and sharing his prophetic insights into world events in the light of Scripture. His daily radio broadcast Derek Prince Legacy Radio (formerly Keys to Successful Living), reaches more than half the world. He was the author of over 80 books, over 600 audio teachings, and over 100 video teachings, many of which have been translated and published in other languages. Derek Prince died in 2003 in Jerusalem.
- Introduction1. Scriptures Against Judging2. Scriptures Advocating Judging3. The Resolution Of The Paradox4. The Delegation Of Judgmental Authority5. Judging Without Authority6. Judging And Ruling7. What We Are Not Responsible To Judge8. The Judgment Seat Of Christ9. What Are We Responsible To Judge?10. Judging Others11. Those In The Church12. Moral Standards13. Disputes Between Believers14. Doctrines And Ministries15. A Warning To Dumb Dogs16. How To Identify False Ministries17. Spiritual Gifts And Manifestations18. Whom Are We Not Responsible To Judge?19. How Are We To Judge?appendix 1: How To Recognize Apostlesappendix 2: True And False Prophets