On hubpages I have seen many hubbers claim to be Christians but yet they write hubs casting...
judgement on others Christians; why is this? Do they think they are better Christians or have thgey forgotten that God's word says all have fallen short of his glory and a sin is a sin!!
Hello The best thing you can do is NOT become judgemental keep your eyes on the Lord and let HIM take care of His own children. Yes we have both camps in Hubpages thats a gimme. IT doesn't mean anyone of us have the right to JUDGE anyone else. I will say this "beware the log in your eye, before you judge mine ok" GBU
They judge because all religions suffer from the same malady - I am right, you are wrong.
Christians should be able to abandon this affliction:
christians in too many cases end up with a god complex. i notice that a lot of the religious folks on here only allow the comments that state how wonderful their hubs are and i find it hilarious. vanity and being judgemental seems to be the standard .
If a sin is to be pointed out, then point it out. The problem with this is that people are harsh when they point out sin as if they were perfect. They degrade and downcast the sinner. When Jesus was talking to the lady taken in adultery, he said "Go and sin no more", after he asked her where her accusers were. Later he said that he did not accuse her. This meant that He did not overlook her sin but did not degrade her as her accusers had done. We should show his kind of compassion.
I think that these are the Christians who object to their doctrines being challenged. If one has been brought up with a certain doctine for many years it becomes very difficult to let go of it as within those doctrines is security.
Christians have issues just like everyone else, we just have a way to get corrected and a way to be forgiven...
There is none righteous, no, not one.
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