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Who are you to be judging your neighbor?

Published on 5/22/2016
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Hello Readers,


Humility restrains us from over stepping our authority.

If we recognize that we are not authorized to sit in

judgment, we will not be quick to criticize others for

their faults or question their motives.(Luke 6:37)

Humility helps us to avoid being " overly righteous,"

looking down on those who may not have the abilities

or privileges that we have. (Eccl. 7:16) Humble

elders do not view themselves as superior to 

fellow believers.

Rather such shepherds "consider others superior"

and conduct themselves as lesser ones.(Phil.2:3;

Luke 9:48) 

If we are truly lowly in heart, our words will reflect

humility. (Luke 6:45)  In conversations with others,

we will avoid focusing on our own achievements

and privileges. (Prov.27:2)

Instead, we will look for the good in our brothers

and sisters and commend them for their positive

qualities, abilities, and accomplishments.- Prov.15:23

Let your words always be gracious, seasoned with

salt, so that you will know how you should answer

each person (Col.4:6)

So everyone I really hope you like this read up on

my post life is getting short we all need to count

our blessings for each day that we live upon the earth

we only have a short period of time and we need 

To know what side we going to be on because we

can't slave for good and bad we have a choice of

knowing right and wrong.


Thank you once again


Your Associate,

Shermone Johnson

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