When we find ourselves judging someone in anger, we are often tempted to blame those feelings on the other person. Instead, ask Jesus to show you what lie YOU are believing. It is likely that your lie is the same lie the other person is believing, and that lie in both of you is producing the anger/judgment response. So, rather than blame them, forgive them. Then, forgive yourself.
1/15/2019 04:40:53 pm
Regarding your post on Judgement~What happens if it’s not a ‘lie’ that you are believing about someone, but the truth?
1/16/2019 11:59:51 pm
The question would be, why am I angry at someone else for a belief they hold? It might be a sad thing that they believe something harmful/destructive/untrue, but ultimately that is their burden to carry.
1/22/2019 07:29:04 am
In this case, your lie would be 1) you are the judge of truth or lie in someone else (you are not), and 2) the other person's actions/behaviors determine how you feel (they do not).
11/12/2022 09:27:40 am
Thank you foor writing this
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