Judge Not or Not to Judge

Judge Not or Not to Judge
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“JUDGE NOT, THAT YE BE NOT JUDGED.” (MATTHEW 7:1) has become the Great American “Cop‑out;” and is uttered with equal fervour by both Humanists, antichrists and even Christians. Christians have not only allowed our enemies, the Humanists and Jews to steal our Scriptural weapons in the battle against evil, and it would appear, we have also willingly taken up their banner.

God gave the Bible, with His Laws and Statutes recorded therein, so that we can use them to “judge” between good and evil. But the antichrists and all too many Christians say we cannot judge, thus forbidding us to act according to God’s Laws and Statutes.

That men have, almost from the beginning, resented being “judged” for their evil, sinful and un-Godly acts. For it is clearly seen in Genesis 19:9, “And they said, Stand back. And they said again, This one fellow [Lot] came in to sojourn, and he needs be a judge [Preach ‑ Teach God’s Laws and Statutes ‑ condemning their sinful acts]: now will we deal worse with thee, than with them [the Angels who had come to visit Lot before God’s destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah]…”

Of course men must “judge” and is clearly shown in Exodus 18:13, “And it came to pass on the morrow that Moses sat to JUDGE the people…”