Solomon, the king of wisdom, possessed wealth and intelligence, but his spirit was empty. Do you know why?
January 12, 2018 – Matthew 7:1
Judge not, that you be not judged.
– Matthew 7:1
Thoughts on Today’s Verse…
All people have been corrupted by Satan, so they are all sinful and unqualified to judge others, much less are they qualified to judge God. In, some people blame God for not preparing a rich family for him; some for not giving him a good physical appearance; even some for not bestowing a good job upon him, and so on. We think these are just complaints, but God doesn’t think so. say, “People believe in God but don’t fear Him. When they lose their temper and get angry, they say what they want. So they must pay a price for what they say, and this is not a simple matter. … Is God there for you to toy with as you please? To judge as you please? To speak carelessly of as you please? This is a terrible thing. You will be finished if you say anything wrong; it is a matter of life and death!” From God’s words we see His majesty, wrath and being unoffendable. God’s disposition cannot be offended by any created or non-created being. So we should treat the people, events, and things around us with a continually cautious and prudent heart. Don’t make judgments at will so as to avoid offending God’s disposition.
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