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Sunday, 11 November 2018

DO NOT JUDGE ME: THOU SHALL NOT JUDGE (Feelings of Christians)

It is very interesting what the scripture says about judging others, and more interesting, how people hide behind a single verse in the holy scriptures without looking into other verses, to know, what the master is trying to pass across about a thing.

Christianity and Judgement

Because you love sin, anytime someone corrects you, you say they are judging you, just because they told you the truth about the kind of lifestyle you are living in, your salvation and love for Christ Jesus should show in the way you dress and live, even the Holy Bible teaches that our dressing should be in modesty and foolish talking shouldn't be among us,

but you say " thou shall not judge " because you are told that, the way you dress encourages sin and promote lust, you want to dress and talk like the world, without being told the truth, remember, we are in the world, but of the world, we are to teach the world how to live, and not for the world to teach us.

Our conversation should be that which will glorify God and build love among us, instead of causing arguments and division. 

Am not judging you, please read the Holy Bible brethren. , It condemns the way you live and conducts yourself, if it's not according to the scripture you are already judged by it, and there is a way out, if you call unto God with a heart of repentance, he will hear you and grant you the grace to live for him.


Stop the " do not judge me " way of running from the truth anyone that tells you the truth, is not judging you, am sorry if it looks like they are judging you, but am asking you to please live according to the standards of Christ Jesus, I know we all walking toward perfection in Christ.

But the scripture asks us to judge righteously, we are to judge with righteousness among ourselves as believers and not to condemn ourselves, but to help each other grow into that man and woman that Jesus will be glorified through us, for we are save for his glorification,

that's why, we are the light of the world as Christians, and we need to shine in the way, we dress and live, our dressing and talking should be that, that men will see and say truly Jesus Christ is the way to salvation, your dressing and the way you live can be a sermon to someone to save them from damn.

Because you think is normal, doesn't make it normal, God is not a man that he should lie ( change ), forget about how many people are in support of it, If God said its a sin, a sin it remains and you will be judged with the standard into eternal life or death,

So why say its normal, because you or someone feels it's normal, it doesn't matter how many people embrace, homosexuality, bisexuality, pornography, Fornication, lying, indecency, foolish talking, coarse joking, idol worship etc,

As Christians we are to stay away from all these things, it is not fitting for it to be mentioned among us, you may be struggling with one of this, doesn't mean you should justify and embrace it, rather cry out to God for strength, and train your body to do what pleases God and not what pleases the flesh.


The flesh is one of man's enemy, and we are to train it and bring it under subjection, by walking in the holy spirit.

No one is born a saint, we are all faced with temptation, but remember God will always make a way out for us to flee all we need is just to focus on God

Am not judging you, but asking you to stop being a lukewarm Christian and ask God to set you on fire for him.

Oh Lord Jesus Christ am tired of living a lukewarm Christianity, please set me on fire for you

I want to burn for you Lord, if you will kill me, Lord kill me but please set me on fire for you. Let my living make men know that you alone truly saves.

Revive us oh God of our fathers, we want to see your power and strength as our fathers of old does even more Lord. 


By: James Abu Olotu

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