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Cross Examination

May 08 2022 • Greg Boyd

Each day, we are presented with a choice: to love or to judge. When we choose to judge another person, we stand with Satan – the accuser – on one side of the courtroom, cross-examining them and looking to prove them unworthy. When we choose love, we examine not through the lens of judgment, but through the lens of the cross, where Jesus declares that all people have unsurpassable worth. In this series, we turn to the core biblical themes of love and judgment, and the absolute necessity of living in love and leaving judgment to God alone.

Sermons in this series:


Love in Four Dimensions

• Greg Boyd, Rob Kistler, Shawna Boren

The vision of Woodland Hills is “Learning to Love Together.” This is practiced in four dimensions: loving God, loving ourselves, loving other people and loving creation.

Topics: Love


As Humans Go, So Goes the Earth

• Greg Boyd

There is a direct, organic connection between how humans live in love and the well-being of creation. The calamity experienced at the hands of the environment is a natural result of human failure to care for it as God intended.

Topics: Judgment, Love


The “Wrath of God”

• Greg Boyd

What does it mean to trust God as the ultimate judge? This is an important question if we are going to live in love and forego judgment of others.

Topics: Judgment, Love


Flowers for Footprints

• Emily Morrison

John’s first letter tells us that we are God’s children and that the world is controlled by the evil one. But even more, it tells us how to know Jesus in the midst of this evil so that we might have resurrection life.

Topics: Love, Spiritual Warfare


Getting Off Your High Horse

• Greg Boyd

We get off the “high horse” by not judging others or seeing ourselves as superior to them. We also get off the high horse by living relationship with others and having the humility to receive feedback from them.

Topics: Judgment, Love


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