Judging Others

We are to use our judgment to evaluate, not to condemn. According to Firestorm, p. 127, it says we are not to condemn people to heaven or hell; that is God’s domain, but we can use our judgment for discernment of a situation and this is our right and responsibility to discern wrongdoing. This is the real meaning of “Do not judge, or you, too, will be judged.” I thought this was a good way to understand Matt. 7:1.  What you do think about it?


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