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The Physics Of Judging

If you dropped a bowling ball from your roof 100 times, how many times would it hit the ground? It would hit 100 times. The bowling ball is subject to the law of gravity. An attractive force that draws two objects towards each other.

You’ll never defy the law of gravity by dropping a bowling ball from your roof.

You’ll never defy the physics of judging either.judge not

The Bible says in Mathew 7,

Judge not, and ye shall not be judged. For  with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.

In other words, if you judge another, someone else will judge  you. The mete will come. It’s the law Jesus taught.

By the same law, if you compliment someone or praise another, someone else will compliment or praise you. If you encourage another, someone else will encourage you.

It’s the law.  Works every time.

So, would you rather be a judge or an encourager? The physics of judging applies equally to either choice.

8 thoughts on “The Physics Of Judging

  1. The law of being non-judgmental really resonates with me. (I like what Mel wrote, too!) Christians too often are quick to see the speck in their fellowman’s eye without removing the log from their own. Good post, Steve! You hit the nail on the head.

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    1. Thank you, Ronn. Those verses from Matthew 7 resonate with me as well and have for years. Thanks for your comments. God bless.


  2. I want to add a bit more here: if someone helps others, they should also be helped by someone chosen by the god. I am a freelance writer and content manager. Right now I don’t have any project at hand. You have terrific contents in your site. I want to buy a domain and spread your words all around by adding a social media wheel and want to get paid for doing that as I have to live. So, are you willing to help and hire me? As a matter of fact you can ask that everybody can say that. But I am the first who mentioned it and that is why I should be given the opportunity.

    I look forward to hearing from you if you are interested in lightening a soul while he works for you.



  3. “So, would you rather be a judge or an encourager? The physics of judging applies equally to either choice.” Uh….can I phone a friend? 🙂

    One thing I’ve noticed about grace and forgiveness is that we don’t like it going both ways.
    Great post! Amen and amen.

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    1. You are exactly right. Receiving grace is great. Giving it, though can get messy. Thanks for your comment.


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