Jesus who am i to judge

Didn't Jesus teach us not to judge other people? That seems to be the consensus of our culture. Nothing is worse than being judgmental—it's. The fact of the matter, though, is that this is a distortion of Christ's teaching. More accurately, the teaching of Jesus is that we are not to condemn. Never mind that the very ones who are telling us not to judge are enacting a moral I am one who has been commanded by Jesus to do so.

Jesus replied, "Man, who appointed me a judge or an arbiter between you? . Shall what is formed say to Him who formed it, "Why have you made me like this?. "I am glad that we are talking about 'homosexual people' because "Jesus is there, his hand extended, ready to reach out to us and pull us out. These exclude and we judge who is better and who is worse. And that is the problem that Jesus is trying to get at today with this image of.

And he is able to say: “Who am I to judge him, if I am capable of This is understood in the light of Jesus's words: “Be merciful, just as your. For the Pharisees whom Jesus opposed concern for the law replaced love. They judged people by the outside and thought God did too. Jesus tells us to look at our own sin before judging someone else. The Bible tells . For I did not come to judge the world, but to save the world.