Many time we hear. “who are you to judge me” Especial when we as children of YHWH are trying to lead people in the right direction. YHWH words never change he is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow. we have to be wise in our listen ask ourselves is this person here to help me or hurt me. We all have free will So if someone is trying to help you and you don’t want the help that is toldly on you, That person has done what YHWH told him to do so no blood would be on his hands so know he can dust their feet. In order for one to tell the difference between right and wrong you would have to judge a situation. Even our own at time.
In life we will spend more time judging ourselves then we do in judging others. I kind of look at it this way. say you have two people and one there struggle in whoring around and her or his friend struggle is Gambling. Should the two just keep avoiding there sin and not talk to each other. or should that both thing we are both sinner who are in need of repentance how can we help each other. How can we became one in the body of Yahushua. When we get on a train we expect every part to work correctly to get us from one point to and another, But if one part is broke it mess up the whole train so that is how we the body of Yahushua is. We can’t work together if there are broken pieces. We must put those pieces back together. Let us do everything in Love.
John7:24 Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgment.
Matthew 7:1 Judge not, that ye be not judged.
discernment |diˈsərnmənt| noun
1 the ability to judge well: an astonishing lack of discernment.
2 (in Christian contexts) perception in the absence of judgment with a view to obtaining spiritual direction and understanding: without providing for a time of healing and discernment, there will be no hope of living through this present moment without a shattering of our common life.