Judge Not. Bob was 16 when he wrote this song. Such a wise, beautiful soul. I <3 him.    It was released at 1962, one year before the Wailing Wailers was founded. And yes, in the video, the title is incorrect:). I made a mistake, Sorry:)

Judge Not. Bob was 16 when he wrote this song. Such a wise, beautiful soul. I <3 him. It was released at 1962, one year before the Wailing Wailers was founded. And yes, in the video, the title is incorrect:). I made a mistake, Sorry:)

Judge Not. There But for the Grace of God Go I. This proverb is an expression of humility; in using it, a speaker acknowledges that outside factors (such as grace, luck, genes, or environment) have played a role in his success in life.

Judge Not. There But for the Grace of God Go I. This proverb is an expression of humility; in using it, a speaker acknowledges that outside factors (such as grace, luck, genes, or environment) have played a role in his success in life.

“There really is no way we can know the heart, the intentions, or the circumstances of someone who might say or do something we find reason to criticize. Thus, judge not.” #quotes #words #inspiration

“There really is no way we can know the heart, the intentions, or the circumstances of someone who might say or do something we find reason to criticize. Thus, judge not.” #quotes #words #inspiration

Pete Jermann, "Judge Not." Only when we see our neighbor in the light of God’s love, as someone equally loved, will we see that “judge not” is not submission to moral relativism, nor is it a position of weakness, but an active call to perfection, to sharing the good news of the Gospels with all & to overcoming the desolation of sin with the assertion of a divine & unwavering love. When we fully embrace the love of “judge not” we will find ourselves wielding a sword far mightier than…

Pete Jermann, "Judge Not." Only when we see our neighbor in the light of God’s love, as someone equally loved, will we see that “judge not” is not submission to moral relativism, nor is it a position of weakness, but an active call to perfection, to sharing the good news of the Gospels with all & to overcoming the desolation of sin with the assertion of a divine & unwavering love. When we fully embrace the love of “judge not” we will find ourselves wielding a sword far mightier than…

It's true that the phrase "Judge Not" is in the Bible. But it's part of a passage that tells us when and how to judge. We need to read the entire passage and quit misusing it.

It's true that the phrase "Judge Not" is in the Bible. But it's part of a passage that tells us when and how to judge. We need to read the entire passage and quit misusing it.

Is judging others an absolute no-no or not? - ("The Woman Caught in Adultery" by Isaak Asknaziy - courtesy of Wikimedia Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Isaak_Asknaziy_01.jpeg)

‘Judge not’: Jesus said it, but what did he mean?

Is judging others an absolute no-no or not? - ("The Woman Caught in Adultery" by Isaak Asknaziy - courtesy of Wikimedia Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Isaak_Asknaziy_01.jpeg)

The claim that Christians are not to judge is often made when dealing with issues such as abortion, adultery, homosexual behavior, and same-sex marriage...Of course, when they quote [Matthew 7:1] in regard to such situations, they take it out of context to support their fallacious claims.

The claim that Christians are not to judge is often made when dealing with issues such as abortion, adultery, homosexual behavior, and same-sex marriage...Of course, when they quote [Matthew 7:1] in regard to such situations, they take it out of context to support their fallacious claims.

What Does "Judge Not" Really Mean? 10 things the Bible says about judging

What Does "Judge Not" Really Mean?

"Judge not," found in Matthew 7:1, may be the most misused phrase in Scripture. An increasing number of people, including Christians, use ...

"Judge not," found in Matthew 7:1, may be the most misused phrase in Scripture. An increasing number of people, including Christians, use ...

"Judge not," found in Matthew 7:1, may be the most misused phrase in Scripture. An increasing number of people, including Christians, use ...

"Judge not," found in Matthew 7:1, may be the most misused phrase in Scripture. An increasing number of people, including Christians, use ...

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