Judging others


 “I can’t believe she smokes”

“OMG…look at ALL those tattoos”

“They’re just in it for a handout”

“How can they talk like that?”

“How can they call their self a Christian, if they drink?”

These are MANY (but not nearly all) of the judgmental thoughts that all too often flow through my mind.

Truth is; I often catch myself “judging” others in many situations. But in my heart I know that my convictions are not always your convictions! And I really don’t intentionally do it….it just comes. Why? I don’t know….because I really DO recognize my own faults.

Possibly, I am just too critical of everyone…including myself!

I guess that’s why God didn’t pick ME to be Jesus!

In what kind of ways do you pass judgment towards other Christians?

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Stacey is a: Saved by Grace, God fearing, Bible believing, Child of the King! In her chaotic world of full time employment, being a wife, raising 5 boys, laundry, dishes, carpool, PTSA, and on and on: She is STILL trying to fulfill God's call in her life.....to share her story, her battles, her triumphs, and testimonies of being a teen mom from a drug addicted home, to being the not so perfect wife and mother she is today! Her prayer is to lift up and encourage others through the words that God lays before her! In her chaos she has learned, she is not just a wife and mother.....she is a taxi driver, a nurse, a referee, a counselor, a maid, a cook and so much more...she has MANY purposes! Welcome to Multipurposemom.com, Here we hope you find strength, humor, tears, and tangibility for your journey....whatever it is! Please feel free to comment (we LOVE comments) and if you are blessed, please won't you share the blessing with others! Thanks for Visiting! In Christ!

4 responses »

  1. The tattoos, smoking, drinking – none of that bothers me.

    But when I see people who are more interested in “doing” traditional church than following Jesus, I get PERturbed. 🙂

  2. I have started to reflect back on myself when I start to judge others-sometimes its envy, sometimes I just don’t “get” how they can do certain things, and I want to pick at something. Not the way I want to be. Reflection helps me realize how blessed I am and turns my frustration into something else, like motivation to get my butt in gear.

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