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Christians aren't supposed to judge?


I get so tired of hearing "Christians aren't supposed to judge! Oh really?

 

To judge is to decide, to decide is to choose, to choose is to discern, to discern is to prefer, to prefer is to discriminate, to discriminate is to show prejudice, to show prejudice is to determine, to determine is to show favor, to show favor is to designate, to designate is to distinguish, to distinguish is to winnow, to winnow is to separate, to separate is to weigh, to weigh is to elect, to elect is to select, and to select is to segregate.

 

Scripture says we shall know them by their fruit; how else can we know if we do not: judge, decide, choose, discern, prefer, discriminate, show prejudice, determine, show favor, designate, distinguish, winnow, separate, weigh, elect, select, and segregate?

 

1st Corinthians 6:2 Do you not know that the saints shall judge the world? and if the world shall be judged by you, are you unworthy to judge the smallest matters?

 

I am not unworthy, are you?

 

Too many people see certain words and automatically think negative thoughts. Words like choose, decide, discern, judge, and even prejudice, ALL mean the exact same thing; what it comes down to is our actions and intentions on what we discriminate towards or against.

 

If you go into a restaurant for breakfast, and you have to make a choice between toast, a muffin, or biscuit, your selection is showing prejudice and discrimination, in favor of one, and against the others.

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