I was just siting here thinking of how there is a double standard in how one is perceived once becoming a believer. The unbeliever would say to the believer, do not judge, but yet they judge. I find that interesting because the believer is simply redeemed, and to the unbeliever redemption is offered, The believer accepts the cross, to the unbeliever the cross is offered, The believer believes that Jesus is Lord, to the unbeliever Jesus awaits, the believer chooses to walk by faith, the unbeliever chooses to walk by sight, The believer believes in an after life, the unbeliever accepts life as it is, The believer accepts forgiveness of sin, the unbeliever believes there is no sin.
If you expect not to be judged, stop judging for what so ever measure you judge you will be judged with the same measure. As believers we do not live a life of perfection but a life of forgiveness, based upon the principles of the Bible with much applied Grace and Mercy. We owe no man any excuse for our life choices, I’m just saying……..you don’t want to be judged, stop judging. 🙂
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