Did Jesus ever judge anyone? if he did then I can Judge, it's he my example ?
I think so???
Matthew 23 ... Jesus was blasting the scribes and Pharisees through out the chapter. He said that all the blood shed by their fathers would come down on their heads "Them" sons of Satan.
Jesus told those men that was standing before him of the things that they were going to do to his disciples in the years to come. And they did.
Jesus also told his disciples in the next chapter of the things that the Pharisees were going to do to them.
Yes I think that Jesus judged the scribes and Pharisees.
But no! that does not give you the right to judge in the sence that you speak.
You and were not apointed as he was given to do from his father.
Great idea, let's all judge in the name of Jesus. We'll give it a good name, too. Let's call it the "Inquisition"
So he said, "Judge not lest ye be judged", then he says "do not make laws that you cannot abide in", and Jesus judges everyone so Jesus is the ultimate hypocrite.
Jesus declared the scribes and pharisees as being hypocrites.
"Judge not lest ye be judged"! If you judge others before you first judge yourself you are wrong! "The saints shall judge the world"! We are the saints!
If you first judge yourself then you have every right to show others their wrongs! However, I don't judge people!
Jesus was the son of God! If he judged then he had every right to do so!
by PhoenixV 3 years ago
Did Jesus Descend Into Hell?Are there any Bible verses that say that Jesus ever descended to hell? If not where does this notion come from?
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 nightwork4 7 years ago
Believers aren't suppose to judge others ,so why judge an athiest?it seems one hubber is going full out to make athiests look foolish on here by judging what an athiest thinks without actually thinking before they question. is judging us ok because we don't believe?
by paarsurrey 7 years ago
NT Bible is errant; written by errant scribes; not by Jesus.Jesus did not belong to the physical lineage of King David as written by errant Matthew and errant Luke.
by paarsurrey 7 years ago
When asked what the greatest commandment was; Jesus did not mention about belief in him or belief in his prophesized Resurrection, but he simply stated the greatest commandment was that ‘the Lord our God, the Lord is one’.
by Thom Carnes 3 months ago
I was talking to a couple of nice friendly neighborhood Jehovah's Witnesses yesterday (there's a Kingdom Hall just around the corner from where I live so I tend to get them quite frequently) and we eventually got on to the subject of the existence of Jesus Christ.They seemed somewhat taken aback...
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