Don't Be Quick to Judge...Be Quick to Forgive

First before reading any further, read the number list underneath:


     What do you notice about the numbers?  If you said the number 4 is spelled wrong you are correct. Now if you’re like me, all you can really see, even though everything else is correct, you are focused on the misspelled word. That is how the world looks at things. They always seem to pick out our flaws. 

     It can be something as small as when you were a kid or teenager, you were a bad kid. But since growing up and maturing you've never had any problems, but those that know your past, they just always seem to bring up how much trouble you caused back when you were younger. 

     God, on the other hand, will see how much good you have done and that is the approach we as Christian's should be taking with our lives. Just like when we ask for forgiveness for our sins, God washes it away and continues to focus on the good in our lives. When someone makes a mistake towards you or just something in the past, forgive them if they have asked for forgiveness. If they have started to work towards improving their lives, we should be there with them and help improve them instead of focusing on the negative. 

“Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you." - Luke 6:38

     Thrive to find the best in people. Look for what they are doing good in life and try to uplift them. You may not know what they are or have gone through. Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a comment.

Josh is a blogger at Christian Pals Blog.
He is about three things in life: God, Family, and Football.
He also enjoys basketball and playing golf.

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  1. Hey, Josh!

    Thanks for this!

    Something similar has happened to me. When I was a kid, I break/spoil things so easily.

    Growing up, it became a stigma even when I've stopped breaking things.

    The stigma could only stop after leaving my parents house to stay on my own.

    Because of what I felt when I was being stigmatized, I promised not to do the same to my younger siblings and anyone else around me (younger or older).

  2. Forgive always-seventy times seven.


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