WHEN “JUDGE NOT” IS NOT BIBLICAL

Brian Moonan

Brian Moonan

Published on Aug 21, 2015

The mantra “judge not” is grossly misapplied today. As Christians we are told in God’s word to judge all things spiritually, in righteous judgment, because we have the mind of Christ.

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What does the Bible mean that we are not to judge others? — “First take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye.” What Jesus was condemning was hypocritical, self-righteous judgments of others

Is It Right: To Judge, To Expose Error & To Name Names?

Meekness is Not Weakness — Jesus got angry at the right things at the right times. Meekness is power under control, part of the fruit of the Spirit.

Naming Names? Is that Biblical?: Paul did — Those who teach “any other gospel” are “accursed” of God and to be marked

Greg Laurie: Don’t Judge? — We are to judge, but we are not to condemn. In fact, a better translation of Matthew 7:1 would be: “Do not condemn others, and you will not be condemned.”

Who are You To Judge? | Good Fight Ministries

When you tell someone ‘do not judge’ you are being hypocritical

2 thoughts on “(video) WHEN “JUDGE NOT” IS NOT BIBLICAL — The mantra “judge not” is grossly misapplied today. As Christians we are told in God’s Word to judge all things spiritually, in righteous judgment, because we have the mind of Christ

  1. YOU MUST BE THE ONLY ONE WHO JUDGES CORRECTLY AND IS REALLY SAVED. SO IT SEEMS. WHAT SAITH THOU?

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    1. This applies to all Christians who are abiding in Christ, having clean consciences (right with God and one another, like Paul was – Acts 24:16), who have taken the plank out of their own eye, like Jesus says we should.

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