Jesus' Non-Condemning Love

May 10, 2020 | Mike Avato

Passage: John 8:2-11

    The religious leaders set a trap and tested Jesus by asking Him to jettison the Law of Moses or violate the Roman law.  Jesus' non-condemning love refused to condemn a woman caught in adultery saying (essentially), "I don't base my love for you on your performance, but go, and base your performance on my love!" This raises the question, "How can God forgive a sinner without being unjust?"  Come hear how "Jesus' Non-Condemning Love" sets you free to love Him and love others.

    NOTE: We apologize because the first several minutes of this recording are missing.  The audio starts at the end of the first point called, "The Textual Problem."

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