ARE YOU SUPPOSED TO JUDGE?

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There is a problem in Business, Churches, and every type of work place, schools, and all job markets. The biggest problems that everybody has in life is PEOPLE. Isn’t it amazing that the biggest problem we have is in the area of relationships with other people.

This all builds around how we look at and judge other people. I have always said, ” We judge others by the silly, dumb things they do, but we judge ourselves by our intentions.” We never judge ourselves as hard as we judge other people. When we learn how to judge ourselves correctly, we will be much more consistent and right in our judgement of others.

Many times we are so hard on other people but never discipline ourselves in our own problems. Jesus said, “take the plank out of your own eye and then you will see clearly to remove the splinter in your brother’s eye.”

We all need to sit back and really JUDGE OURSELVES CORRECTLY before we try to judge other people. The Bible tells us not to judge those outside the church but that we should judge those inside the church, but the important thing is to make sure that in our JUDGING we judge ourselves first and right and then we can rightly judge others inside the church. REMEMBER EVERYTHING WE DO AND EVERY JUDGEMENT WE MAKE NEEDS TO BE FOR THE PURPOSE OF BUILDING THE KINGDOM.

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