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Have you been thinking about making some New Year’s resolutions? Here’s some great habits of life from Matthew Ch. 7.

Ch. 7  Choose the habits of life that come from sound reasoning (that is, look to the end result, and choose what is good).

Which habits?

v.1-6  Don’t be critical.
v.1-2  You will be judged in the same way, and to the same degree, that you judge others.
v.3      Don’t be more mindful of others’ faults, than your own.
v.4-5  Correct your own faults, before you try to correct others.
v.6     Don’t correct those who won’t value it, or who may abuse you for it.

v.7-11  Be constant and persistent in prayer, because your Father in heaven gives good gifts to those who ask Him.

v.12     Follow the basic principle of the Law and the Prophets: do to others, what you want them to do to you.

v.13-14  Don’t follow the crowd in a way of life that leads to destruction, but follow the less traveled and more difficult path that leads to life.

v.15-20  Regarding those who say they speak for God, discern sheep from wolves by their fruit, not their claims.

v.21-23  Do the Father’s will “in Christ” (that is, do it in union and fellowship with Him).

v.24-27  Hear and do Jesus’ sayings, and you will build your life on what keeps it from falling apart.

v.28-29  Recognize and obey the authority that is in everything that Jesus tells you.


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Beebe Kauffman is a co-founder of Lighthouse Bible Studies. She has a bachelor’s degree in business, but her heart is in teaching the Bible.

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