*read. learn. {share.} help.

// WRONGLY Using Jesus' Teaching to: ''JUDGE NOT, THAT YE BE NOT JUDGED'' Matthew 7:1* 4K+ ↓↓   ↓

"Judge not, that ye be not judged." (Matthew 7:1 king James version) is one of the most mis-understood, mis-quoted, mis-used scripture that exists.

"Don't Judge Me!" is a pop culture fad icon statement. It's the motto for the end times apostate. It's the quickest and easiest way to try and shut someone up when they are confronted about issues that need to be addressed. And when it's about SIN - they love to throw Jesus' own words (Matthew 7:1) in with their retort... According to the second biggest search engine, this is what people are searching for in high quantities: "don't judge me", "don't judge quotes", "don't judge people", "don't judge others", "don't judge or you will be judged", "don't judge one another", "don't judge lest ye be judged", etc....

Jesus taught in parable to help others understand. This is a parable we will use, the story of BOB and JOE who are cousins: JOE is in a relationship where he is involved in fornication (which is sex without Biblical marriage), therefore JOE is a fornicator. This is a simple fact. Look up the word "fornication" in the dictionary. God Almighty has condemned fornication over and over in his word, and has threatened eternal hell and damnation to those involved. This is a simple fact, read God VS. Fornicators for the Biblical scriptures that prove it.

BOB knows about JOE's fornication relationship, and goes and tells JOE that being a fornicator is wrong and that he needs to repent and stop sinning... Well regardless of which standard reply JOE yells back like "don't judge me", or "judge not lest ye be judged" or "I'm a Christian and Christians are unrighteous to judge eachother" or whatever... the simple fact is that BOB is right, JOE is wrong, and BOB HAS ACTUALLY NOT JUDGED JOE. This is how it works...

Was it BOB who decided that fornication was a sin and that those who do not repent will be condemned to hell? No, it was God almighty.
God determined, and God gave his word. God judged. GOD LAID DOWN THE LAW AND BOB ACCEPTED IT.
Therefore in total contradiction to how most people are using Jesus' teaching by claiming "Jesus says don't judge me", when comprehending Matthew 7:1 with a Godly perspective of TRUTH, we realize that BOB has actually fulfilled the "judge not", part of Jesus' teaching by letting God be the judge on whether or not fornication is wrong.

JOE the fornicator is actually the one who is judging. JOE has judged separately from God that fornication is not a sin for him. JOE has rejected God's judgment about fornication, and has himself judged it to be ok to do. He doesn't even consider it fornication sin, he calls it "love".

Clearly, the one who has let God judge (BOB) is trying to live within God's ways, laws and plans. Therefore, he must be a saved Christian. Since he is saved Christian, then Jesus Christ has made the sin exchange with him, and paid for his sins on the cross of salvation. BOB is trying to do what is right, therefore God will not judge / condemn him, since Jesus paid for that judgment with his life and death.

However, again: JOE who has rejected that fornication is a sin, and made his own judgment on it (that it isn't wrong for him), has judged. He clearly IS NOT a saved Christian, therefore he has not made the sin exchange with Jesus. God will judge him for this, and he will have to pay for his own sins.

One has judged not (instead let God judge), that they be not judged by God. (BOB)
"Judge not, that ye be not judged."
The other has judged, and will be judged by God. (JOE)
"Judge not, that ye be not judged."

Let's move on to the rest of what Jesus taught (right after the don't judge statement) in Matthew 7: "For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again. And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye? Or how wilt thou say to thy brother, Let me pull out the mote out of thine eye; and, behold, a beam is in thine own eye? Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother's eye." (Matthew 7:2-5 KJV).

"For with what judgement ye judge, ye shall be judged" means, you will be judged by God on whether or not his righteous judgements are the judgements you use to live your life and decide what is right or wrong.

Then Jesus clearly teaches that after someone get's saved (becomes a born again Biblical Christian) - they then will be given God's laws, and spiritual gifts, and thus they WILL HAVE THE ABILITY to know what is right or wrong, and who needs help to get onto the right path. When Jesus says: "...then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother's eye" is proving that his saved Apostle Christians have the right to judge with God's judgments (laws and ways) that someone is in the wrong, and needs help, and how to help them.

Therefore everyone, including so called "christians" who claim that no Christian is allowed to judge others or anything or the difference between right and wrong or whatever----- they are wrong and they are spreading a anti-Christian false doctrine.

The underline root, the real truth of the whole "don't judge me" movement, even within false church groups that claim to be christian - is to stop Christians from reproving others away from sin into Godly lifestyles.. If that happens, then no one will get saved anymore, thus, the end of Christianity (which is the goal of the anti-christs).


{we} can help the world think when we share this link↑ [truth 654].

// One Christian Ministry requests February PRAYER to Jesus for our ministry team // +share your prayer needs+