Similarities Between Luke 6 And Matthew 7

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“Judge Not…” is a famous sentence that is found In Luke 6 and Matthew 7, which is widely used by Christians and non-Christians. People in the world often use; “judge not...!’ to silence whoever is preaching a gospel of repentance, and the misinterpretation makes people believe that they have a point. We are not going to interpret the context of judging, we are simply going to read the Bible and help you to understand what it really means. Luke 6:37 Judge not, and ye shall not be judged: condemn not, and ye shall not be condemned: forgive, and ye shall be forgiven: Most people believe that the above verse restricts Christians from exposing sins in people. And they also believe that nobody should tell them what is right or wrong, or what the consequence will be if they fail to repent before it is too late. If you read Matthew and Luke carefully, you will understand that they are warnings. Now let’s analyze the verse and put it into question.…show more content…
Everybody is afraid to be judged. What judgment really does to someone? Judgment focus and makes a list of all your wrongdoings, and hang them under the spotlight to trigger your conscience to remind you constantly. Several things can happen; you can choose to ignore it, get mad at whoever is trying to tell you about them or make a drastic change in your life to become a better version of you. Should a Christian be afraid to be judged? I believe that all real Christians, I mean people who really dedicate their life to serve YHWH should never be afraid to be judged, because if you are not at fault, you have nothing to worry about. Now, whoever is judging someone should be aware of the high consequences to come if they themselves are practicing the sin that they are judging the others for. If you are a thief, be sure that you quit stealing and pray, ask GOD for forgiveness before you start telling your friend to stop taking what isn’t his. GOD understands human
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