Build a bridge!

“For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.”

-Matthew 7v2

How are you my friends? I wish you well and I pray that our God puts His healing hand upon you and heals your body, soul and spirit; that He refreshes you in all and today is a new start in life and all I have prayed in Jesus Name amen!

We are easily come to conclusions about other people’s lives. We are fast to judge and we forget what the Lord instructed us otherwise. Our excuse is that we do not “judge” but we give an “advice”! Especially the church suffers from this attitude and we should be more honest of how we cover our “judgements”. In addition we should learn to be more sensitive to the Spirit.

We need to learn to build bridges among Christian community and also among humans, no matter our beliefs. At the end of the day our job is not to bring judgment on earth today. The time will come for it! The judgement belongs to the Lord! Amen!

Love,

Dimitra

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3 Responses to Build a bridge!

  1. Amen and Amen! Thanks for the post. I read your post I just don’t comment often. God bless.

  2. admin says:

    Thank you for the post and blessing. It is my belief that if I remember my faults, I will be more merciful to others. Honesty of my own struggles helps me develop compassion for others. Praying for others and forgiving them makes all the difference. It is so important not to let bitterness take root. Judgment merely brings the same judgment on oneself and is self defeating. Father, make us one as you and your son, Jesus are one!

    • we need to imitate Jesus! through His strength and support we learn to forgive and praying even for the ones we do not like! Very true all you said and thank you for it. Bitterness is one of our biggest enemy and it is us we allow it to take roots. Thank God for Holy Spirit who can change us from inside outside. Love and a blessed day to you!

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