People always take this one out of context to suit their needs. This doesn't mean you're not supposed to let others know if they're doing something wrong in God's eyes. Obviously God wants us to help one another. It just means be sure that what you're about to help someone with is something you have already straightened out in your life. So when I see a fellow Christian post something on Facebook, like"I love jesus,but I cuss a little"I'll let them know that even though trying to be cute…

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"Our own sins, no matter how few or seemingly insignificant, disqualify us as judges of other people's sins." --Dallin H. Oaks

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So we cannot judge dreams from the conscious point of view, but can only think of them as complementary to consciousness. Dreams answer the questions of our conscious. It is a primeval belief that questions can be put to the Gods and answered by dreams. We are not far from the truth, in fact we are very near to primeval truth, when we think of our dreams as answers to questions, which we have asked and which we have not asked. ~Carl Jung, ETH Lectures, 23 November 1934

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Your job is not to judge. Your job is not to figure out if someone deserves something. Your job is to lift the fallen, to restore the broken, and to heal the hurting. Spirit is

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When a narcissist tells you to judge not lest you be judged when you call her on her maneuvers… tell her twist scripture not because the next verse says you shall know them by their fruits. The bible tells us to judge RIGHTLY. Tolerance of abuse or abusers is not a virtue.

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