In our lives we must caution against labeling ourselves and condemning others. As Jesus was traveling through Jericho, he came upon a tax collector named Zacchaeus. In this redemptive message, Dr. E. Dewey Smith, Jr. explores how quickly the people judged Jesus for his acknowledgment of Zacchaeus. Those who were around Zacchaeus only saw the bad in him and they thought that nothing in him was worthy of contact or connection with Jesus Christ. How grateful are we that despite being rejected, belittled, and despised, Jesus has an affinity for the hurting, the outcast, and the broken!