Do You Judge others?

by | Sep 16, 2022

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Do You Judge others?
“And he said unto them, Take heed what ye hear: with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you: and unto you that hear shall more be given.”
Mark 4:24. (KJV).
How often do you condemn what others have done?
Maybe he does not know anything.
He cannot do anything right.
He ought to know better!.
How easy is it to judge someone else?
You will never do something as wrong as that!
What would you do if you were in the same position as your friend?
Will you act differently?
Perhaps you think you know how you will act.
God knows what you can and what you cannot.
He is the only one that can judge.
Most of the time, as humans, we know in part.
Only God sees and knows the complete picture.
Be careful not to do what your friend did when you judged him because you implied you were better than him.
Now you proved you are not.
How often have you found yourself doing what you had judged others on previously?
Your friend did it innocently.
You knew what you did.
Application to the Christian life:
Do not judge.
Empathize, not Sympathize.
Pray for others.
Ask God for Insight.

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