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Facebook Matthew 7:1 says, 'Judge not lest you be judged.' What does that really mean?-Chris DeRoco



  • 2012-03-12T05:27:06

Tis is nice Paster and just as the Bible says that my people perish for lack of knowlege and truth so will what yo have stated, thaks and Amen to that.

  • 2012-03-10T16:22:36

Judge yes not lest you be judged, I like the way the Pastor explains MATHEW 7:1.

  • 2012-03-10T08:48:45

Amen to Pastor deRoco. Matthew 7:1 warns us to be kind and discerning, never to jump at a conclusion that someone is evil though he may appear to be wrong, because there is no way we can be privy to his very personal matters.

  • 2012-03-10T01:58:13

Read Matthew 7:1 along with 7:15-20. "Judge not" never means "stay in your immoral ignorance" as the liberals say. Read also Luke 12:57 and the surrounding verses. Let's read the whole Bible and study it properly always. The truth of Jesus is plain and the Holy Spirit helps us, but it also requires one's mind in its best capacity. Laziness and intellectual abandonment is not for Christianity.

  • 2012-03-09T20:58:52

completely agree... I've also always thought this as: What is the person's motive when judging, either to uplift himself or is done out of love for the other person because you want to correct their ways in order to uplift that other person and not yourself....

  • 2012-03-06T09:38:41

Amen to Pastor DeRoco. I think it's only in the Bible-illiterate post-Christian West the people misquote it with idiocy. They were thoroughly spoiled by the always-sweet Christians too much for too long. In the paganism-dominant nations, we don't have luxury to misquote the "Judge not." We know the verse does not at all apply in moral matters.