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Matthew 7: 1-5 The Word Judgw has many meaning & hebrew greek definitions but we are going to focus on the main three in the New Testament Greek. Krino - to judge by deterrming with law, diakrino - to distinquish between good and evil, katakrino - to condemn When reding concerning the word judge you need to make sure your reading the scripture in context with what is in the greek, meaning it's not always the same word in the text. Reading James 4:12 we know that this text is talking...

Condemnation: a statement or expression of very strong and definite criticism or disapproval. – More at

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Romans 14:13 (NLT) - So let’s stop condemning each other. Decide instead to live in such a way that you will not cause another believer to stumble and fall.

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I know this is true...I got to see it & feel its overwhelming Love. It is within everyone if they will turn within &allow themselves to know it

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Too many people forget "Judge not lest ye be judged" Matthew 7:1 I don't understand how people justify judging others, especially their feelings. We are all entitled to our opinions and feelings and no one has the right to condemn anyone else for what they feel or think.

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An Overview of ENFJ Personality and its Positive Traits

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