Day 2517: Learn to Judge Not

Judgement comes from a place of superiority – that’s what I’ve realized.


It’s 11 : 05 AM on day 2517 of my journey towards independence and I managed to pray, read Ephesians 1:7,  have breakfast and promote my 50 New Feet Campaign benefiting MiracleFeet – raised to $2 602 only $9 897 more to raise  by June 17, 2018 to help 50 kids with clubfoot .


Today I realized that judgement comes from a place of superiority because to judge anyone we must feel like we are somehow better than them and so to live without judgement we must understand that we are just as flawed as the next person.



2 thoughts on “Day 2517: Learn to Judge Not

  1. Stan Faryna

    I believe that the subject of judgment is complex. As an intellectual process, judgment can be true, good, excellent and praiseworthy. It can reflect knowledge, understanding, wisdom, etc. For example, one can judge, distinguish and discern between good and evil, right and wrong, etc.

    In the Bible, God commands us to correct, rebuke and edify ourselves and others in gentleness – especially our brothers and sisters in Christ.

    In 2 Timothy 4:1-5 (New American Standard Bible – NASB), Paul writes to Timothy from a Roman prison. He awaits his execution and he speaks to us with seriousness.

    Paul writes:

    4 I solemnly charge you in the presence of God and of Christ Jesus, who is to judge the living and the dead, and by His appearing and His kingdom: 2 preach the word; be ready in season and out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort, with great patience and instruction. 3 For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but wanting to have their ears tickled, they will accumulate for themselves teachers in accordance to their own desires, 4 and will turn away their ears from the truth and will turn aside to myths. 5 But you, be sober in all things, endure hardship, do the work of an evangelist, fulfill your ministry.

    Reproving, rebuking and exhortation is impossible without good judgment.

    Furthermore, if we have done evil, it does not mean that we should accept our evil, evil of another kind or evil performed by others. We should be patient with others regarding lesser evils as we our patient with ourselves. But there are some evils we should rush to prevent – especially those evils which cry out to heaven or make civil and peaceful society impossible.

    I think the judgment you are speaking of relates more to unjust condemnation, unkind discrimination and proud contempt.

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