WHY I JUDGE!

This is a conversation between Eliyah and a Brother seeking truth…

Brother Eliyah, Rise and Shine my sisters and brothers; May the spirit of The Most High God of Love, Truth, Peace, Freedom and Justice be upon you and yours.

Eliyah comments back to the brother, his comments are in Dark BLACK

Thank you and may it return back upon you and yours.

My brother it’s not I’m just limited to understand, I fully overstand through innerstanding of where you are coming from. What you spoke is right and exact because of how we express our knowledge and degrees of wisdom to achieve a higher overstanding. You see brother it is obvious to me that you and I have higher degrees of knowledge than a lot of our people.

Not all of us are ready to apply the information that was given to become wise in what we know so that rather than stand under the knowledge and wisdom we’ve attained, we learn to stand over it so we can be the god we claim to be. For you to truly say I don’t understand is a judgment and if we’re judges and gods as you proclaim who are you to judge me?

I thank you for asking, I am GOD, god in the flesh. Now, come let us reason together.

judg·ment/ˈjəjmənt/Learn to pronouncenounnoun: judgement

  1. 1. the ability to make considered decisions or come to sensible conclusions.

Have you ever seen the word judgment spelled two different ways? Sometimes, it appears as we spelled it here (no e), and other times it appears with an e: judgement. Which one is correct?

Is judgment spelled with an e?

Well, the short answer is that judgment is the prevailing (“dominant”) spelling.

Judgment is a noun that has several meanings, including “the act or instance of judging,” and “the ability to judge, make a decision, or form an opinion objectivelyauthoritatively, and wisely, especially in matters affecting action.” For example: My uncle was a man of good judgment and many of us sought his advice. 

Judgment also has legal definitions and refers to “a judicial decision given by a judge or court” or “the obligation, especially a debt, arising from a judicial decision.” A judge awards a judgment to a creditor that needs to collect money from a debtor. A court can also give a judgment in favor or against a defendant, for example.

The word judgment was first recorded in English around 1250–1300. It stems from the Old French word jugement, which is based on jugier (“to judge”) and -ment, which is a suffix of nouns denoting an action or resulting state (refreshment), a product (fragment), or means (ornament).

Why are there two spellings?

Many think that the difference between judgement and judgment is that the longer version is the British spelling, whereas the shorter one is the US convention. While some claim that Noah Webster first recorded the spelling of judgment in his 1828 American Dictionary of the English Language, both sides of the pond have actually used the spelling judgment since the late 1600s.

Though judgement (with an e) has risen and fallen in popularity in British English, judgmentremains the preferred spelling in British legal proceedings and appears more frequently in written work. Today, judgement is an accepted spelling in British English. But, if you stick to judgment, you won’t be judged in the UK or the US.

English can be a truly trickster language, so no one’s going to judge you if you need some help distinguishing the difference between majority and plurality, especially when an election is on the horizon.

As we learn to judge righteously, we model the Lord’s perfect judgment, mercy, and grace.

Have you ever been in a situation where somebody tried to correct another person by saying, “Judge not, that ye be not judged”? (Matthew 7:1). Few of Jesus’s teachings are more widely known than this one. Unfortunately, this phrase is not always correctly understood or applied. Our ability to benefit from this command will increase as we examine how Jesus Christ used it in His teachings and how His prophets have reiterated it through time.

Let’s begin by looking at how the Savior used this “judge not” phrase. Preceding this command are the first two chapters of His Sermon on the Mount (see Matthew 5–6). This sermon is filled with commands that set the bar of discipleship very high—so high, in fact, that nobody can succeed without the merciful help of the Lord. As we learn in those chapters, it is no longer enough for His followers to refrain from killing or committing adultery or to love only those who love us; it is now required to not get angry, not allow immoral thoughts to linger, and to love our enemies (see Matthew 5:13–47). Ultimately, true followers of Christ are to be “perfect, even as [their] Father which is in heaven is perfect” (Matthew 5:48).1 This includes praying, fasting secretly rather than publicly, and giving charitable gifts.

Immediately following these higher-law teachings, Jesus commanded, “Judge not, that ye be not judged.” Jesus understood that as disciples strive to live the principles and commandments taught in Matthew 5and 6, it is easy to fall into the trap of noticing where others may be falling short of those ideals. Jesus continued, “For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged” (Matthew 7:2). To drive this point further, Jesus clarified, “And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?” (Matthew 7:3). He was clearly teaching that our ability to judge imperfections in others is nearly impossible because of the large construction-sized beams of imperfection blinding our own vision. Additionally, we do not understand all the surrounding issues, struggles, and circumstances that result in motes and beams in others’ eyes.

The Lord, however, knows everything and is therefore the only one who can see clearly and judge perfectly. In His wisdom and mercy, the Lord withholds His judgment and does not immediately condemn us for our failings. He continues to work with us through the process of time to “cast out the beam out of [our] own eye” so we can “see clearly” (Matthew 7:5).

Jesus is not telling us never to judge. He is commanding us to make sure the judgments we make are righteous.He is commanding us to make sure the judgments we make are righteous. “Wherefore, I show unto you the way to judge; for every thing which inviteth to do good, and to persuade to believe in Yourself as the anointed one, is sent forth by the power and gift of God (the Mother); wherefore ye may know with a perfect knowledge it is of God (the Mother)” Now let me revealed how to judge the opposite influence: “But whatsoever thing persuadeth men to do evil, and believe not in Christ (You), and deny you, and serve not God (the Mother and One Another), then ye may know with a perfect knowledge it is of the devil” Let me made it clear that we have a responsibility to make appropriate judgment. As we place this passage side by side with the original statement, “Judge not, that ye be not judged” (Matthew 7:1; 3 Nephi 14:1), we see that the word judge must have various meanings in different scriptures.

Before being called to the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles in 1984, President Dallin H. Oaks, now First Counselor in the First Presidency, was a supreme court judge in the state of Utah. In 1998 he delivered a clarifying talk on the subject of judging. He said, “I have been puzzled that some scriptures command us not to judge and others instruct us that we should judge and even tell us how to do it.” He suggested that there is no contradiction between these scriptures if we “understand that there are two kinds of judging: final judgments, which we are forbidden to make, and intermediate judgments, which we are directed to make, but upon righteous principles.”2 This life is not the time for final judgments; those are reserved for the next. Additionally, we are not the ones who will make those final judgments; they are reserved for the Lord (the Nubian Womb-man who will be, is, and forever Lord over the Nubian Man). Instructively, just us the anoint ones withheld such final judgments from many whom We could have condemned (for example, see Matthew 27:11–35; Luke 23:8–11; John 4; 8:1–11; 13:18–30).

You know of me but you don’t know me. You don’t know who I am, where I came from, what school of thought I’m a part of, why I am here, my story, why I’m doing what I’m doing. Do you know my godly name? Do you know my Master Teachers etc? No because you never asked.

And I never will, for I do not care who the teachers are, I am more concerned about your life, the way you live and think.If you have read anything I’ve posted on John’s post you would know that I know a lot more than you assume. I don’t assume, assume make an ASS-out of U- and ME! I never force my will on people. I lead them to the water and when they’re ready to drink they will ask questions rather than drowning them by force. I feed my students Milk cause they not ready for meat!

So as I’ve read your above post I see we have a lot in common. You see that has been our whole problem as a people, we don’t know how to unite. I don’t know what group you identify with however were so divided as a people we have Nubians here, Moors there, Black Christians with their various denominations everywhere, Muslims and their various sect here and there, NOI, NNOM, Buddist, atheists, spiritualist and the list goes on and on. One thing I can say that we as a people are very divided, and no wonder it’s easy for us to fall for anything.

You’re standing for something and I applaud you, proud of you and I love you for the info you’ve shared which I am agreeable of your assessment.

However there is good and evil in everything we do because as gods we are imperfected beings because we still with all the knowledge, wisdom and overstanding we still make mis-takes. We may not be of this world however we’re still in it, we’re still here as witnesses to learn, grow and accomplish what we know not.

You’re right, we are to in the world but not of the world, meaning we are not to live, think, or walk as this world we live in.

Why?

God has made us new.

1. 2 CORINTHIANS 5:17

Therefore, if anyone is in Christ (in or under the anointing), the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!

Truth: You are new in Christ (the anointing), even today.

2. COLOSSIANS 3:9-11

Do not lie to each other, since you have taken off your old self with its practices and have put on the new self, which is being renewed in knowledge in the image of its Creator. Here there is no Gentile or Jew, circumcised or uncircumcised, barbarian, Scythian, slave or free, but Christ (anointing ones) is all, and is in all.

Truth: Your old, sinful nature is dead. You learn to grow in your new identity in Christ being the anointed ones) as you learn more about His character.

3. ISAIAH 43:18-19

Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland.

Truth: God calls us to let go of “former things,” so we can cling to our new identity in Christ.

4. 2 CORINTHIANS 4:16-17

Therefore we do not lose heart. Though outwardly we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day. For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all.

Truth: God continually makes us new. Every moment of every day brings a fresh beginning.

God is making all things new.

5. GENESIS 1:31A

God saw all that he had made, and it was very good.

Truth: In the beginning, God made all things and called them good.

6. LAMENTATIONS 3:22-24

Because of the Lord’s great love, we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness. I say to myself, “The Lord is my portion; therefore I will wait for him.”

Truth: Though we may face difficult times, God renews His grace in every situation we face.

7. REVELATION 21:1-3

Then I saw “a new heaven and a new earth,” for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and there was no longer any sea. I saw the Holy City, the new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride beautifully dressed for her husband. And I heard a loud voice from the throne saying, “Look! God’s dwelling place is now among the people, and he will dwell with them. They will be his people, and God himself will be with them and be their God.

Truth: God’s ultimate goal of renewal is to become perfectly united with His people, as things were in the Garden of Eden.

The truth is, you are new. These Bible verses about a new beginning reveal that every moment brings a fresh start. God has made and is making all things new–this includes you.

The Lord provides hope in times of change and transition. Be encouraged with these 12 verses.

PEACE UNTO YOU AND MAY YOU BE BLESS WITH THE MOTHERS (GODS) WISDOM!

Because closed minds don’t get feed. Therefore now that we’ve got pass this like I said, ASK. Truth we may be redeemed as our higher self will allow however on this physical plane we are here on stolen land and We The People demand it be returned to us. Now brother do you own this stolen land? If not then you are still under the subjection of those who stole it from us. If you own land do you pay taxes on that land? If you do then you’re not a land owner or landlord or landgod. And if you are and your people are not then how are you going to get them to be an owner like you? Based on historical facts these criminals, migrants, immigrants, murderers, rapist, and violators of every human rights in existence refuse to give We The People back what was stolen. They refuse to even payback the profits they’ve made from the gold, silver, diamonds, oil, salt, tin, copper, herbs, trees and the list goes on and on that they’ve stolen. Our ancestors built on this system of occupation for free. Where is our pay? This parasite is in debt to us by the billions, did you receive any of that back? If not then how can you or anyone one who wish to pretend call yourselves gods when you are still enslaved to a beast system that robbing from you this very day.

Let’s define god. What is a god?
A god is one who responds to the needs of humanity. That’s what The Most High God does and that what the Redeemer is doing right now for We The People. If you still don’t believe just ask a question and I will take you there. I am not The Most High and I am not The Redeemer however I am free and truly free indeed and have the documents to prove it.

The world knows who I am because I have proof That I Am Who I Say I Am a son of The Most High God.

Now ask a question if you want to know who I am or forever hold your peace because my purpose is to judge anyone. Just want to do my part. You see gods and goddesses, No Man Or Woman Is An Island Entirely Of Themselves.

You Are Either A Piece Of The Main Or A Part Of The Whole. However What You Do Affects The Whole.
Remember: A house divided will and can not stand, it will implode on itself.
Love you family.
Hotep and Love.

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