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Do not judge

Mk.2-3:2 - The conflict between Jesus and the Pharisees, Jesus forgave sins, but the Pharisees did everything they did in the ministries of Jesus - they were looking for something to complain about, what to accuse Him of.

Eph.4:26 The sun will not set on your anger.
That is, before sunset, you need to find peace and have mercy, this is what God does:

Lam.3:22-23 His mercy is renewed every morning.
If you have mercy, you are like Him. It is not the king's business to judge, this is what the court is doing.
Who is the only one who has not sinned? — Jesus.
The only one who did not judge who? — Jesus.
Who do we want to be like? — .....

What will happen at the final judgment? People call it a TERRIBLE judgment and expect punishment.
1Cor.4:5 Therefore do not judge anything before the time, until the Lord comes, who both illuminates the hidden in darkness and reveals the intentions of the heart, and then everyone will have praise from God b>..
Rev.20:11-15 — the white throne court is set up as the black bench court.

Rom.2:1-4 This is an unforgiven sin, and it's time for you to repent.
Everything you do, you collect anger, problems for yourself.
The judge wishes harm (to others).

Striking Examples:

1 And the Lord sent Nathan to David, and he came to him and said to him, There were two men in one city, one rich and the other poor;
2 The rich man had a lot of flocks and herds,
3 but the poor man had nothing but one sheep, which he bought little and brought up, and she grew up with him along with his children; she ate of his bread, and drank from his cup, and slept on his chest, and was like a daughter to him;
4 And a stranger came to the rich man, and he was sorry to take from his sheep or oxen to prepare a meal for the stranger who came to him, but took the poor man's lamb and prepared it for the man who came to him.
5 David was very angry with this man and said to Nathan, As the Lord lives! worthy of death is the man who did this;
6 and for the lamb he must pay four times, for having done this, and for having no compassion.

DAVID condemned another and, giving place to anger, let a curse into his life, but the parable was about him.
The result is the death of four of his children.

Gen.31:32 Whoever you find your gods will not live; in the presence of our relatives, find out what I have, and take it for yourself. Jacob did not know that Rachel had stolen them.

IAKOV, through judgment, an emotional outburst, cursed his beloved without knowing it.
The result is the death of the person he loves most.
We are sure that only a bad person could steal these gods (for example), and not a beloved wife.

1Sam.14 The chapter begins with the heroism of Jehoshaphat, the son of King Saul, thanks to whom Israel began to conquer. But then everything changed, because of someone Israel began to suffer defeat. King Saul cursed the man, because he was sure that this "scoundrel" could be anyone, but certainly not his son.

SAUL cursed the heir, being sure that it was not his son, the hero, who had sinned, but some worthless warrior, lazy; and he easily condemned him to death.
The result is the end of a dynasty.

We judge because we are hurt, we do not forgive, there is no power to cover. If we are not among people, is there any point in being on earth?
While there is time, be
among people and bring good, enduring evil. This is our mission.

Pro.25:28 A man without spirit is a city without walls.

Rev.12:10 The slanderer of our brethren is thrown down, who slandered them before our God day and night
G2725 - κατήγορος: Accuser, slanderer, lit. prosecutor.
LAWYER (comforter) - GOD
John 14:26 But the Comforter, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you all things and remind you of all that I have said to you.
G3874παράκλητος:: intercessor, defender, (right) intercessor, lawyer, comforter.
John 3:17 For God did not send his Son into the world to judge the world, but that the world might be saved through him.
Rom.2:1 Therefore, you are inexcusable, every person who judges another, for by the same judgment with which you judge another you condemn yourself, because in judging another .
Lk.15:11-32Mt.18:21-35 is the Lord's Prayer, written in two places exactly the same with a slight difference, for example:
Luke - and forgive us our sins our
and Matthew has and forgive us our debts our

Sins are called debts.
That is, when we sin, we get ourselves a blessing in debt, we will have to pay later and pay more.

Rom.15:1 We must bear the infirmities of the powerless.

Rom.2:1-4 ... judging another, you do the same... not realizing that the goodness of God leads you to repentance.
repentance and forgiveness are one concept, one necessarily includes the other.

Titus 1:15 To the clean all things are clean; but for the defiled and unbelievers there is nothing pure, but both their mind and conscience are defiled.

If someone speaks well of us, it does not mean at all that we are so good.
About each of us, someone speaks well, and someone speaks badly. And that's just for those people.
And for not pure people, Jesus is so bad that he deserves the most cruel death.

How do we think about people?

Acts 10:28 Let me call no man unclean or unclean.
Eph.5:29 Everyone does not feel disgust for his own flesh, but warms and nourishes it.
Can we love our flesh? That is, without looking at all our evil. We have the ability to love for nothing.

But Jesus called unforgiveness a sin.

Rom.2:1 Therefore, you are inexcusable, every person who judges another, for by the same judgment with which you judge another you condemn yourself, because, judging , do the same.

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