The difference between judging to shame and judging to love - ChristianHeadlines.com
Updated: Dec 15, 2020
Judging for ourselves is easy, most of the time. The problems tend to arise when we judge others. But we know that judging others is not inherently wrong. In fact, in the right context, judgment is one of the most loving and freeing things we can give or receive. We know this to be true because God gave the authority to judge to His Son Jesus (John 5:22), and Jesus judged constantly the right way.
The key is that Jesus judged not to shame but to love. Not to lift up Himself but to lift up the one in need of judgment.
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