I see a church today that cries, "Don't judge! Don't judge!" more than at any other time in history.
I believe it is because there is more sin in the church, today, more than at any other time in history.
And because no one wants their sin exposed--the cry goes out.
This trend is reinforced, no doubt, by those who make merchandise of the church (sadly, the
church loves to have it so--after their own lust--they heap to themselves...). And as the watchmen warn, these clouds
without water cry, "Don't Judge!"
Wolves in sheep's clothing carefully train the sheep they are fleecing to believe that using
Biblical discernment is being critical and judgmental.
The fleeced sheep, who have rejected the covering of the Holy Spirit in exchange for the emperor's
new clothes--parrot their predators in crying--"Don't judge!"
I had the unmitigated gall, recently, to tell a so-called Christian "sister" that planning
"Christian" sacred circle meetings around the cycles of the moon and honoring the four directions was
occult--not Christian--and that circles most certainly are not sacred.
She claimed that God lived in me because I (my physical self) was a sacred circle. When
I informed her that God lived in me because I belonged to Jesus--and for no other reason than that, this love everybody, don't
judge anybody, woman suddenly turned very ugly and told me I needed to get out of my judgmental rut.
I have found this response to be quite typical.
The arguments of the ecumenical crowd are thin, worn, out of context and repetitious. Don't
judge, Judge not that ye be not judged, he who is without sin, cast the first stone.... That's about it.
We are commanded in scripture to judge all things by the Word of God. We are commanded to deal with
sin within our ranks both privately and publicly.
The protocol is clearly laid out in scripture on how to go about this.
The warnings are there as well on the importance of keeping our hearts right in the process.
Do ye not know that the saints will judge the world? And if the world shall be judged by you, are
ye unworthy to judge the smallest matters?(1 Corinthians 6:2).
Blessed are ye when men shall hate you and when they shall separate you from their company...