Do Not Judge Bible Verse

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Christianity Oasis provides you with this extremely essential, No Judging Bible warning found within the do not judge Bible verse. The bottom line is judge not lest ye be judged by God.


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This is our Christianity Oasis Many Called Few Chosen Bible study program. This is our very important and extremely intriguing ... No Judging Bible study taking an in depth look into the do not judge Bible verse warning. The absolutely awesome and thought provoking Do not judge Bible verse on danger of no judging message within will enhance your YOU-nique Christian walk.



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Psalms 25:5

Lead me in thy truth, and teach me: for thou art the God of my salvation; on thee do I wait all the day.

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To all of our guests ... Glad you're back, because there's more exciting things to learn about representing. In this step we will be looking into a very important matter.

Matthew 7:1

Judge not, that ye be not judged.

This No Judging Bible Study on Do Not Judge Bible Verse is an important lesson that Jesus taught, and one that is too easily forgotten. You'll want to be extremely careful not to become judgmental of people. That is not our job as those called to represent. We are all human and we all have faults, so to judge another person for their faults is dangerous business. It's as if to say, "Because you don't sin like I do, you are less worthy than me." Let's see what else Jesus said about this:

Matthew 7:2-5

2 For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.
3 And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?
4 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?
5 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.

Never forget that some people haven't found the wisdom that you have found, as quickly as you have in their lives. As one who represents, you always want to have compassion on people who haven't found Truth yet. Keep in mind, that doesn't mean to give up on them ... You must stand firm and persist in your efforts to reach them, and at the same time, remember what it was like before you found Truth.

As you may well know, judgment of others usually begins very early in life, in early school years and we know it commonly as bullying. Oft times, children think they are better than others, causing them to call other children names and/or pick on other children. Once children learn this or observe this, it is difficult for them not to do this openly or even just within their mind to others. This is a sad thing. It's so important to teach the children well. Judge Not.

According to the Do Not Judge Bible Events ... There were religious leaders during Jesus' time called ... "Pharisees" which judged Jesus every chance they could. If you read the Gospels, you'll find that they followed Jesus from place to place criticizing Him and testing Him and judging Him, until finally, they crucified Him.

These were the religious leaders who most others trusted in their judgment because they were educated in the laws of Moses and the Holy Scriptures, and they were very dedicated to following them to the letter. They were well respected, so people went along with their opinions about Jesus and they denied Him as their Lord and Savior, even though scripture foretold of the Messiah that would save them from their sins, through the prophets for thousands of years, and the Pharisees were well aware of these prophecies.

Excellent reason to judge not ... Jesus encountered these rascals, the "Pharisees," and you will learn what He said and did in response to their attacks in this step. Many Christians and even religious leaders of our own day, judge other people by the clothes they wear, the length of their hair, which side of town they live on, the color of their skin, how old or how young they are, what gender they are, past experiences and mistakes they have made, particular beliefs, etc ...

Do Not Judge Bible Verse Woe
No Judging Bible Danger

It's very sad that these people, who consider themselves to be better than another of God's children (even though, they know in their hearts that they were also forgiven of their sins of the past, and received God's Grace and still sin) and that these people would find it necessary to judge another, in some vain attempt to appear to uplift themselves ... Pretending to be doing a God service (something good for God).

John 16:1-3

1 These things have I spoken unto you, that ye should not be offended.
2 They shall put you out of the synagogues: yea, the time cometh, that whosoever killeth you will think that he doeth God service.
3 And these things will they do unto you, because they have not known the Father, nor me.

Their view makes the Cross, of no effect.

The Judge Not point is that people that serve God and think they are here to judge may think they are serving God but they are not. They are serving their own selfish desires to be a judge and their words make what Jesus did on the Cross as if it were nothing when the Truth is that when our Lord died for us on the Cross ... It was everything.

There are a few self proclaimed, religious leaders who like to suggest that law prevails over God's Grace. These rascals demand that the burden on Christians is to be heavy, so that it makes it difficult to enter the gates of Heaven. These people have no compassion, understanding or love for others, in their heart. They have no concept of the love that God has for His children. Their desire for self edification, blinds them from the Truth.

It was some self proclaimed (based on one's own say-so) religious leaders, back in Jesus' day, that were constantly following Jesus around quoting law. His responses were so compelling that they ran away in fear and confusion. They became so afraid of losing their high places, that they devised a plan and had Jesus crucified ... They used laws to do it. They claimed they were doing a God service.

They were wrong !!!

But, God had a plan and His Will ... Was done.

Jesus said it best, when the self proclaimed religious leaders of that time brought a woman before Jesus, to be judged for a sin that she had committed. They asked Jesus what should be done to her, knowing that the law said that she should be stoned to death ...

Jesus said:

John 8:7

So when they continued asking Him, He lifted up Himself, and said unto them, He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her.

Beware becoming one of the "holier than thou" teachers of law which elect to judge the lost, which are potential Christians ... Beware, lest you find yourself being judged, as you have judged these lost souls, and you lose God's Grace.

Do Not Judge Bible Verse Punishment
No Judging Bible Parable

There was a man, that we will call Mr. Smith, who was sitting in Church with his wife. He had just dozed off, during the pastor's sermon, when he awoke to the sound of the collection plate coming around. He watched as the people next to him put in what they could afford, which was very little. When the collection plate reached him, he cleared his throat very loud, as to gain the attention of all those around him, and put a hundred dollar bill into the collection plate. When Church was over, he was edging his way through the crowd towards the front door and saw a statue of Jesus. He thought to himself, "He needs a haircut and a shave."

On the way to his favorite restaurant for brunch, he came upon a stoplight and saw one of those people. You know, the ones with a sign that says "Will work for food". This guy had long hair, a beard and very dirty, worn out clothing. As he came to a stop, Mr. Smith rolled up the electric windows in his new Cadillac and turned his head away from the poor looking man, who was now just outside his window, with his hand stretched out towards Mr. Smith. After what seemed like forever, to Mr. Smith, the stoplight turned green. Before Mr. Smith pulled off, he rolled down the window and yelled out, "Hey, ya bum, Get a job," and then sped off laughing.

A few years later, Mr. Smith died of cancer and ended up at God's Judgment seat. Jesus asked Mr. Smith why it was that he thought he was worthy to get into Heaven. Mr. Smith said proudly that he donated a hundred dollars every time his wife could drag him to Church. Jesus asked if that was the only reason and Mr. Smith said, "Yes, of course, I have paid for my way into Heaven."

Jesus looked at Mr. Smith and said, "I disagree with you. You failed to have compassion and love for your fellow man, when the opportunity arose. You are greedy and selfish and are not worthy to enter Heaven." Mr. Smith, convicted by Jesus' Words, turned and started walking away with his head hung low. Then Jesus said, "And, by the way Mr. Smith ... I am no bum and I do have a job."

The Moral of This Judge Not Story is Echoed Through the Bible

Matthew 25:40

And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.

What you do to and for others, you do to and for Jesus.

Hebrews 13:2

Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares.

Be kind to strangers, it could be an Angel testing you.

Galatians 2:21

I do not frustrate the grace of God: for if righteousness come by the law, then Christ is dead in vain.


Ephesians 2:8-9

For by Grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast.

Do Not Judge Bible Verse Command
No Judging Bible Blessing

When you truly believe in Jesus and repent, God forgives your sins ... Period. You must choose to forgive all others.

Here is the Judge Not Truth

We're all given the gift of Grace of God, whether we're sheep or shepherds, rich or poor, old or young or anything in between. To judge another person who may not have realized the Truth and the freedom and the beauty and the miracle of God's gift of Grace, is just flat wrong.

If you ever find yourself judging another, or you recognize someone else doing that, put an end to it right away with the light of Truth ... God is the only Judge.

This brings up another important Do Not Judge Bible verse topic for us to explore. Though we are called to represent, we do make mistakes. It happens to absolutely every human being that ever lived, except for Jesus. We call it stumbling, or falling down.

There are three ways that people fall, or sin:

  1. By doing what you know is wrong.
  2. By not doing what is right.
  3. By not knowing the difference. (This is falling, not sinning.)

There is only one way to get up:

Accepting God's Grace through believing that Jesus died for our sins, and repenting (being sincerely sorry).

One of the important qualities of representing is that when you fall down, you get up!

The page you're about to visit shows that everyone falls. It happens to even the very best of God's people. Even some of your Bible heroes.


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