Condemnation & Judgment

Brief clarification on the difference between condemnation and judgment. As followers of Christ, He calls Us to “judge with righteous judgment.” This is very different from condemning which is reserved for God alone. He inscribed on all our hearts and minds to judge from good and bad. Atheists and theists alike, everyone makes many judgment calls every single day. Should we do this or should we not. We all have choices. Some are good and some bad. When we judge something as a sin we are weighing the consequence of choices. That does not give Us the right to condemn them, but only to love them. For we are all sinners, and it will only be through steadfast Love, being there, understanding, and prayer that one might eventually repent and come into the will of Christ. For as His children, we want all to come to Him.
For even His heirs doth make mistake, and we will sometimes miss the mark. And in these times we require the same forgiveness and understanding. We must be brave and steadfast in standing against sin, for omission is a cowardly sin, and when we allow sin this only blinds our hearts further and further away from what God instilled upon Us to know wrong from right which leads Us down a slippery slope away from Him.
Thusly, judge not out of pride, to condemn others as if to boast oneself above others to look down on anyone. For no brother or sister is above another in the eyes of Love. Judge not to make way of thy own self perfect, for all self pales in the Light of God. For we are nothing. It is only through Christ there is any righteousness. And His will being the only perfect will, it is through Him that lifts up Our goodness. And our wrongness is by disobeying Him. For we only have two choices always, to act within Love or to act without Love. So judge only according to His Word, which became into flesh to be written upon Our heart & mind. Any judgment that does not accord to His Word is false. And any judgment of what is right and what is sin that He spoke, is Truth.

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