Often if we make a statement that someone takes personally, they will come back by referring to Matthew 7:1 saying "judge not lest you be judged." We know that Matthew 7 does not mean what most think it does because John 7:24 tells us to "judge righteous judgment." In this split sermon Rich schultz shows us that we are making judgments far more often than we realize so we need to be careful to do so correctly. He goes through several aspects of our life that we may not consider as making judgments, but in truth we are. One very import area he covers is our looking at the examples others set and deciding to follow or not follow their example. In doing so we are judging ourselves (the most important area of judgment) in how we will act if certain situations come up later in our lives.