Blog Posts - Judging Others



Is it right to judge people (Mt. 7:1-6)?

The truth about judging others (Mt. 7:1-6)...
by free audio sermons on Oct 22, 2014

Pick Up A Rock, Lob It Into The Conversation.

Ever find yourself in a group that the main topic is other people that rub them the wrong way? One by one, systematically this person, that individual is hoisted up for all to review, critique. When you are silent or squirming, not so comfortable you...
by MeInMaine Blog on Sep 16, 2014

Thursday's Teaching: Is it any of your Business?

I try not to be too judgmental with other people. I was reading my daily dose of my Bible in a Year Youversion plan when I came across Matthew 7:1-2. It reads: “Do not judge, or you too will be judged. 2 For in the same way you judge others, you...
by Transformed Christian on Mar 27, 2014

Judging Others

Matthew 7:1 – Judge not, that ye be not judged.Filed under: Awesome Life Stuff, Judging Others Tagged: blogging, judging others, Matthew 7:1, Pinterest quote...
by Ann - A Friend of Jesus 2013 on Dec 7, 2013

A Rant (or Why The Internet Gets on My Nerves).

*Note: Please bear in mind that I use "she" and "her" throughout this post, but these can easily be exchanged with "he" and "him" (except perhaps in the last section).  Men can and do have body image issues.  Though I still think that the m...
by The Absurd Curvy Nerd on Jun 18, 2013

The Labels We Carry Inside

A hot topic in my circle in the past year has been the issue of labeling genetically modified foods. The argument is simple: people deserve to know what they are ingesting. Recently, I witnessed someone (we'll call Sally)  make an assumption abo...
by The Rising of a Queen on May 27, 2013

Ok...guess I need to just move on.

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by To be Gay in Idaho on May 22, 2013

I just liked this

Normally I won't post other peoples stuff on here but I just liked what Ross said:I'm still an evangelical Christian, but one thing is now crystal clear to me. American evangelicals' bad reputation isn't just because of what we believe. It's mostly b...
by To be Gay in Idaho on May 13, 2013

My Facebook Re- coming out Response to Matt Vine's Video on Gay Christians

I went totally public with my re-coming out by asking Facebook friends to watch Matt Vine's video on You Tube about Gay Christians. Then I asked them to comment and I would follow with my response.I unfortunately gave my only hard copy to my one time...
by To be Gay in Idaho on May 13, 2013

Let Them Judge You

A couple of years ago, I had a run in with the neighborhood jerk. A group of neighbors was trying to mobilize against a potential new road that would cut through some properties and lower the value of others. Everyone in the neighborhood was against...
by Debt Free Living Guru on May 3, 2013

If You Have Big Boobs, That Means You're A...

... woman with big boobs.  That's all.  Crazy how that works, isn't it?  Yet everyday I hear stories about women- young and old- getting called names, bullied, shamed, and even touched inappropriately just for having large busts.  ...
by The Absurd Curvy Nerd on Apr 30, 2013

Women Aren't Required to be Your Idea of "Perfect."

We often hear about how fat shaming is horrible (it is) and how shaming naturally thin women is also horrible (it is).  What isn't addressed as often is the awful reality that we've rapidly become a culture in which no one seems to see a problem...
by The Absurd Curvy Nerd on Apr 27, 2013

How do I Really Love Others When I Don’t Like People

Probably the thing that stands out most when you read the Gospels is the amazing love and compassion that Jesus showed people. He genuinely cared for people. He understood their stories and their needs. He didn’t judge them, but reached out to...
by Essential Thing Devotions on Feb 25, 2013

I Am That I Am

One of the things I've learned recently while looking for a new job, is that more often than not, we are judged as either being too much or not enough. I applied to literally hundreds of jobs, and I was either over qualified or under qualified, and s...
by The Rising of a Queen on Nov 28, 2012

Mag 126 — She

She happened to have loved him. Why would you care if he —or she— were married to others, if he was French or Arabian, or Texan like your kin? Regrets? Hell, no. She happened to have loved him. She will, years from now, regret that she happened t...
by Writerquake on Jul 16, 2012

Monday Inspiration – Judging

Be honest. Do you sometimes judge others? I think we all do, even if some of us are hesitant to admit it.  We judge people by what they wear, their education, their speech, and what we see on their dinner plate are just just a few examples of how we...
by WellJourn on Jul 2, 2012

How do you know? You don't. JUDGE NOT!

How do you know the woman sitting across from you at the coffe shop is not mourning the death of her father? How do you know her marriage is in trouble or that she has a very ill child at home? How do you know?   You can't possibly know. So why woul...
by My Meddling Mind on Apr 9, 2012

Why you should never judge, can we ever do enough, and the beauty of prayer.

The other day, after spending 4 hours on the net publicising other authors, I discovered that a non-author friend had left a note on facebook accusing me of not supporting the things that other friends care about. That was a serious mis-judgement fro...
by Happy Honkers on Mar 19, 2012

4 Things They Didn’t Tell You About Life

It’s been a while since I have written a self development / deeper thinking post. I spend a lot of my ‘thinking time’ contemplating about why things are the way they are and today I want to talk about life. It is a fact that people...
by The Savvy Scot on Mar 14, 2012


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