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"Eye" in the Bible: Matthew 7:3
Jesus uses a deliberately extreme image in this passage--that of a plank in somebody's eye--to make a point about the human impulse to judge others while ignoring our own faults. Tend to your own flaws, Jesus teaches, before you get too upset about others'.


"Judge not" in the Bible: Matthew 7:1-3
Jesus' famous reprimand for those who spend lots of time judging others, while ignoring their own faults. We certainly wouldn't want to be judged in the same way we judge others--so leave the judging to God, and focus on correcting your own weaknesses instead.


Is Your Eye Clear? by Paul David Washer
Is your eye clear is the question paul washer asks in this very important sermon.