How many times have you judged someone? Not just by the simple fact that they did something wrong, but just by their appearance or even by their life with God?
That many, huh?
I know. I’ve done that quite a bit myself. It’s not really pretty, is it? Goes against of what the Word of God teaches us, which is not to judge, or we WILL be judged. So true. We reap what we sow.
I used to be so judgemental of people who were having difficulties in their life with the Lord. I couldn’t understand how that was possible — until I began experiencing that same problem. I’m having the hardest time reaching out to Him. Sometimes I think I’m just a great big fraud, too afraid to show my weaknesses, hiding behind a mask. Maybe I’m being prideful and stubborn, not letting Him direct my path. My heart is so far from Him it’s not even funny! I pray that somehow I may be found righteous in His sight.
I’ve derailed. I apologize.
It’s so funny how in some churches they will think so highly of you when everything is going well, and when you have to go through a desert, they will treat you like you’re this terrible backslider and won’t even consider helping you out. I have done that! I am guilty! Please don’t be like me. There are so many hurting people out there. Don’t judge them, reach out to them. Be God’s hands and feet.
I’ve learned a great lesson from my friend Sarah on Monday. Check out her blog, you won’t regret it.
PS: Here’s a video of my friends from Truth Bomb. Hope you enjoy it.