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Remember

Lewisburg, TN

#1 Nov 13, 2013
We are not here to judge folks . Just pray for. Them . That is all you can do
R U Sure

Davidson, NC

#2 Nov 13, 2013
Remember wrote:
We are not here to judge folks . Just pray for. Them . That is all you can do
Don't be too quick with that thought. If you are a Christian, I can cite you some verses that encourages judging each other. Of course we are not to judge as God does, as in who is saved and not, but we should as Christians judge each other in order to show or give correction.
Ughhhhhh

United States

#3 Nov 13, 2013
I'm so tired of hearing people say don't judge. We have to judge. Read your bible and stop making up lies to fit your lifestyles.
PrayHard

United States

#4 Nov 13, 2013
If there were no judgment...

All the prisons would be empty and thieves, serial killers, drug dealers, rapists, and murderers would be loose in your neighborhood.

You could not discipline your children and teach them not to steal, lie, do drugs, or give in to peer pressure.

School could not be mandated (by parents or govt) but if children did attend, they could not be evaluated as to their progress. Everyone should graduate regardless of their advance. Students could not be graded or disciplined.

You could not judge any false doctrine and would have to allow it to be taught from your church’s pulpit ("discerning" is the same thing as "judging").

You should leave your children with anyone who said was qualified to be a baby-sitter. You should not bother to check his/her background. Later, you should not be upset if this baby-sitter turned out to be a child-molester, because "thou shalt not judge."

You should marry anyone that asked. You shouldn’t worry about his/her character or beliefs. What if he beats you up? What if she runs around on you? You shouldn’t get so mad because "thou shalt not judge."
R U Sure

Davidson, NC

#5 Nov 13, 2013
PrayHard wrote:
If there were no judgment...
All the prisons would be empty and thieves, serial killers, drug dealers, rapists, and murderers would be loose in your neighborhood.
You could not discipline your children and teach them not to steal, lie, do drugs, or give in to peer pressure.
School could not be mandated (by parents or govt) but if children did attend, they could not be evaluated as to their progress. Everyone should graduate regardless of their advance. Students could not be graded or disciplined.
You could not judge any false doctrine and would have to allow it to be taught from your church’s pulpit ("discerning" is the same thing as "judging").
You should leave your children with anyone who said was qualified to be a baby-sitter. You should not bother to check his/her background. Later, you should not be upset if this baby-sitter turned out to be a child-molester, because "thou shalt not judge."
You should marry anyone that asked. You shouldn’t worry about his/her character or beliefs. What if he beats you up? What if she runs around on you? You shouldn’t get so mad because "thou shalt not judge."
Well said!
we judge

Lewisburg, TN

#6 Nov 13, 2013
We judge a lot more. Where and what we eat, who we want to associate with, where we shop, where we go to school, who to pick during an election, what car to buy, whether to trust someone in a business deal, who you hire, who you date, the lists goes on and on and it is all based on judging people and things.
Really

Lewisburg, TN

#7 Nov 14, 2013
we judge wrote:
We judge a lot more. Where and what we eat, who we want to associate with, where we shop, where we go to school, who to pick during an election, what car to buy, whether to trust someone in a business deal, who you hire, who you date, the lists goes on and on and it is all based on judging people and things.
We make choses, every day. We chose to eat eggs and bacon or oatmeal for breakfast . We choose our friends. We have a terrible habit of judging people when we do not know them, by the way the look or what they are wearing . We make choices every day!!

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