What does Christ means when he say thay you will be judged?
What does Christ means when He says that you will be judged by the same measure that you use for others? Luke 6:38?
wrong spelling on my question.. here is goes,"What does Christ means when he say that you will be judged?
It means for misrepresenting his intent . Aka speaking for god. I think.
Well what he is saying is that if we are critical instead of compassionate then we will also receive criticism. If we treat others generously, graciously, and compassionately, however these qualities will come back to us in full measure - we are to love others not judge them and treat them as we would want to be treated.
The bible was re-written several times, by copying and translating. It has also gone through series of editing by early Church elders.
I believe that Christ saw the spiritual realm quite well. He saw how he and us are related to God. It is something very profound, grand and too good even for religious institutions believe. I do not wish to expand this here.
In short, I believe the true meaning is that what you do to others, you also do that to you. Jesus saw that all our souls, which act independently, are linked and not separate. When God or Jesus or any spiritual masters looks into your eyes they will also see each of your neighbor within you.
It is no wonder that Jesus proclaimed the you should love your neighbor as you love yourself. In other words be prepared, what you do to others, good or bad, it will come back to you.
Even your judgement against others, which is not advised, will come back to you.
This was the grandest message of Jesus which echos itself many times over.
Check out Matthew 18:21-35
That little story should answer that question of yours.
I believe that Christ meant that you will eventually be judged (at the end of days?) using the same standards that you have judged your fellowmen. I think this was intended to show that we should not judge others. Judgment lays with the Lord and no one else. Who are we to judge others when we are all sinners.
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only that if you are judging weather a person is going to heaven are hell, then that's something you can not judge.
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