Are you judging?! 

I’m sure we all can recall a time that we were judged and a time that we were even doing the judging. We are so quick to get offended when the judging is on us but it becomes “our opinion” when we’re doing the judging. We will judge a person for what they wear, how they wear their hair, or whom they decide to date…you get what I’m trying to say. Luke 6:37 says, “Do not judge and you will not be judge. Do not condemn, and you will not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven.” Luckily we serve a forgiving God and by His mercy we can be changed. But for a second lets just say the shoe was on the other foot and we were the ones being judged. How would you respond to those judging you? Do you offend them? Do you get angry with them and say bad things about them? The answer of course is no. You immediately begin to pray for them. You don’t lash out on them with insult. Don’t be tempted to react negatively. Always respond in a Godly way. Yes this is very hard and I am honestly still struggling with this till this day. Satan wants us to become angry, bitter, and always ready to lash out on those judging us. Satan loves division. He loves dividing families, relationships and friendships. We have to pray and ask God for wisdom to see what the enemy is doing. When being judged think of your spiritual weapons, the word of God, the blood of Jesus, and prayer. “ No weapon formed against you shall prosper…” Isaiah 54:17. Don’t let Satan take over your happiness. Keep him a way from taking advantage over you. We have to learn how to win all of our battles. As I explained how to react to someone judging you, remember to think before you judge someone else. It’s an unpleasant feeling to be judged, so why would we consider judging someone else? Remember, who are we to judge?

Author: renew365

Inspiring women daily with encouraging messages!

2 thoughts on “Are you judging?! ”

  1. So what scriptures can I read to steadily remind myself of this. Cause it’s so hard to fight of the devil when he’s attacking your weakest points.

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    1. You can read Luke 6:37 and Isaiah 54:17! Always remember that we all do this on a regular. We have to remind ourselves how we feel when we are being judged. Judging leads some people to depression including us!


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