You have totally lost your cool. I truly don’t care what you think or feel, for you and your filthy mouth deserve no consideration. You have the nerve to trash talk me and expect me to act like a rug for you to walk on. Sorry, but I don’t like that role.<quoted text>
So Ms Logan if you profess to be religous as your avatar states judge not lest ye be judged. That would actually make you 1 phony ass judgemental person. Everyone knows you are a POS and it is not anything about Obama. You are basically a rude stupid dumba$$$ and the only one you impress is yourself and Dan Collins. My sentiment to you would be a sincere GFY. Soon you will no longer be entertainment and you will be ignored you hick ass bi....tch.
In response to you judging and your misconception of that Bible verse, I must say that you, like many, misunderstand that commandment of Jesus in Matthew 7:1 (NKJV) "Judge not, that you be not judged”.
When Jesus says that we are not to judge, he didn’t mean that we are not to engage in any form of analysis or evaluation of others. Those who like to justify all manner of evil use this verse to chasten anyone who would take a stand for righteousness.
The capacity of judging, of forming an opinion, is one of our most valuable faculties, and the right use of it one of our most important duties:
Luke 12:57 (NKJV) "Yes, and why, even of yourselves, do you not judge what is right?
John 7:24 (NKJV) "Do not judge according to appearance, but judge with righteous judgment."
We have to form estimates and come to a decision of what is good and evil, else we would be complete fools.
Matthew 7:6 (NKJV) "Do not give what is holy to the dogs; nor cast your pearls before swine, lest they trample them under their feet, and turn and tear you in pieces.
This verse gives balance to the first five verses and shows that believers are to be discriminating people. After making statements regarding judging in the first five verses, Jesus says that He wants us to judge accurately.. It is impossible to follow that command without rendering a judgment.