Everyone is saying, that if you give a person information about themseft you are Judging them, is this true?
you may know something is wrong, but if you start telling about how it is wrong, then you are Judging.
well unfortunately most religious person who believe judging is god's right turn themselves into god and judge who would go to heaven or hell...atheist dont believe in god so they can pass judgment but religious person dont have right to judge since that right is on god they believe in ...
by offering the information as you say, you are in fact telling them what they do, that you personally do not like......
they can also do the same to you and thus neither of you get anywhere. Would not understanding be better? Just an idea maybe.
Judgment based on opinion is still an opinion. Judgment based on fact is a conclusion from which one can make a decision. To be in relationship with or not be in relationship with, to do business with or not do business with, to be close to or be apart from. Opinion is not fact and therefore is not a sound basis for judgment.
"The spiritual man judges all things yet he him self is not subject to judgement" Paul [New Testament]
I would say that judging is making an assessment on the available facts. It might be right, it might not ..but is a decision made with the best evidence available at that time and in the opinion of the one judging.
I understand scripture to say that we should seek and practice good judgement... but we ought not try to judge others... meaning, that it is impossible for us to properly decide the righteousness of another person's heart... only they know why they do the things they do... a person could have a decent heart, but their circumstances or (lack of) knowledge can lead them to do stupid things... or at least what we personally perceive to be stupid according to our own circumstances, knowledge, or personal precepts.
by Matthew Harvey 2 years ago
What right do we have to judge either it be in a church or in the world what makes you have the rite
by Nique 2 years ago
What makes some people think that they have the right to judge another person?Could they have a "god" complex?
by G 3 years ago
How do I keep from judging my neighbor as God instructed?I really want to please God; not men...I got a "snarky" visit from a superfriend (My Everlasting Love), recently. He/she said that I was in violation of my father's word to not judge others. After testing the spirit, I was...
by pisean282311 7 years ago
do christians enter god's domain by judging others?..Do christians have right to pass judgment about what is right and what is wrong or is it domain of god?..If humans start declaring what is right or wrong ..who is sinner and who is not,is human committing bigger sin by becoming judge themselves?
by haj3396 6 years ago
only that if you are judging weather a person is going to heaven are hell, then that's something you can not judge.
by backporchstories 5 years ago
Morally, we understand that judging others is a sin, but is it still a sin when we judge silently?We have been taught that when we let judgment of others roll off our tongue, we have committed a great sin. However, we all have opinions! Some, we keep in our heads and to ourselves. ...
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