I Dare You To Cast The First Stone

I remember a preacher once stating how everybody struggles different. Some peoples struggles are on the surface and extremely obvious, while others have internal struggles that nobody can directly see.
In John 7:24 Jesus said
"Judge not according to the appearance. but judge righteous judgement."

There has been cases of women murdering their husbands in their sleep because of domestic abuse,and the fear of them killing them first. Imagine if she were judged on the mere fact that she committed murder?
Since us human being have the natural desire of feeling "good" , we often take the opportunity of judging others by their actions and appearance in order to boast ourselves up. The truth is that we are nobody to judge, NOBODY.

Most of know the story of the woman accused of adultery by the Pharisees in the new testament, and how God told them "He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her." John 8:7.

Would you have cast the stone? because I sure couldn't have.

Also, many people have the false assumption that us Christians are super humans, which is not so. If anything we are more prone to make mistakes because we have a higher standard of living. You can only break a rule if something is stated as an actual rule; which we have more of.
We are normal, living, breathing humans. Each and everyone of us, the only thing that makes us different from that person on the street is that we are under God's umbrella.
So, "Judge not, that ye be not judged." Matthew 7:1

So let's leave the judging to God, but don't forget we serve a forgiving God.

"I will forgive their iniquity and I will remember their sin no more"
Jeremiah 31:34
"None of his sins that he hath committed shall be mentioned unto him: he [that]hath done that which is lawful and right he shall surely live"
Ezekiel 33:16


  1. Thanks, that comment might have meant more if you weren't sitting in front of me right now.. lol

    But thank you again

  2. "Eres loca"

    FAIL, once again lol


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