{"id":49831,"date":"2018-10-06T09:00:56","date_gmt":"2018-10-06T14:00:56","guid":{"rendered":"https:\/\/www.jamestaiwo.com\/?p=49831"},"modified":"2021-06-15T07:32:53","modified_gmt":"2021-06-15T11:32:53","slug":"god-supreme-judge-inspirational-quotes","status":"publish","type":"post","link":"https:\/\/jamestaiwo.com\/god-supreme-judge-inspirational-quotes\/","title":{"rendered":"In The Eye Of God – The Supreme Judge"},"content":{"rendered":"

Perfect Humans Condemn Others<\/h2>\n

Think twice before you condemn someone; God the supreme judge watches!<\/em><\/strong><\/p>\n

\u201cDo not judge, and you will not be judged. Do not condemn, and you will not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven. Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you\u201d (Luke 6:37-38 NIV).<\/em><\/p><\/blockquote>\n

God Will Judge Those Who Condemn Others<\/h2>\n

People who engage in the business of judging others ought to take the road of personal improvement and live uprightly with God. A person should aspire to improve from his (or her) personal flaws, rather than usurping God\u2019s role and condemning others.<\/p>\n

Someone who indulges in the business of condemning other people exposes himself to the judgment of God. It is written, \u201cThe measure which you used for someone else shall be used for you! (Luke 6:38).\u201d<\/p>\n

Humans should not usurp God\u2019s authority by attempting to condemn other people. It is very dangerous for you to condemn someone who has confessed his sin to God and has received forgiveness!<\/p>\n

A person who judges or condemns someone that God has exonerated is setting himself up for the wrath of God.<\/p>\n

How perfect are you?<\/strong>

\u201cHow can you say, \u2018Brother, let me take the speck out of your eye,\u2019 while you yourself fail to see the beam in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the beam out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother\u2019s eye\u201d (Luke 6:42 BSB).<\/em><\/p><\/blockquote>\n

Get the fact straight:<\/strong><\/p>\n

Humans are not perfect but God is perfect. Something undoubtedly true about God is the fact that he is interested in building a life than to destroy it. God is loving, merciful and forgiving. He will forgive any offender who repents of his sin.<\/p>\n

Let\u2019s delve into the attributes of God – The Supreme Judge<\/strong>

God is the supreme judge of the world.<\/p>\n


How Does God – The Supreme Judge, Handles An Offender?<\/h2>\n

God, unlike humans, is interested in forgiving any sinner and redeem his life. God will not keep a record of an offense like humans would do.<\/p>\n

Once God has forgiven a sin, it is forgiven! <\/a><\/p>\n

Meanwhile, the fact that God is merciful does not remove the fact that he will punish someone who has refused to repent from his sin.<\/p>\n

God – the Supreme Judge, is quite aware of any sin committed; he also has the strength to proportionally punish a sinner for his sin.<\/p>\n

Despite his supernatural power to exert any kind of judgment, God – The Supreme Judge, does not rush into judgment. He allows a moment of grace to set-in so that a sinner can seize the opportunity to exercise repentance. In other words, God allows people to escape his judgment through repentance.<\/p>\n

(Meanwhile, a person should not underestimate God by consciously committing a sin with a plan to beg for forgiveness later. God frowns at hypocritical practices<\/a>; he won\u2019t allow anyone to abuse his grace).<\/p>\n

God\u2019s characteristics towards sin and judgment are summarized as follows:<\/strong><\/p>\n