The young lady in this video is claiming that we can only judge others if we are without sin ourselves but that is not what God’s word teaches. She’s an intelligent and attractive young lady and she comes across as passionate about the position she takes in relation to specific issues.
At certain points in the video, she is also making reference to the many people who are judging her because of statements her former husband made about her who is a major R&B singer and an actor. And many people are throwing her under the bus and judging her because of that and I don’t agree with that at all. She is right, that is wrong. You have to apply serious scrutiny in cases like that because we don’t know who is telling the truth. You can’t be quick to speak on issues you know very little about. Her husband makes some great music by the way. That doesn’t mean I am taking sides in this issue though, just emphasizing he makes great music.
But her teaching on judging is completely wrong, error-filled, and unbiblical and based on that I would also assume many of her other teachings are probably inaccurate and unbiblical as well. Let me also say before I enlighten the young lady, by using God’s word of course, that I am in agreement with her in relation to slandering and spreading gossip. That’s something the Bible and God strongly condemn. But as it relates to exposing the evil and wrongdoing of others so as to prevent others from following the same destructive behavior this is something God encourages.
And judging the unbiblical behavior or calling it out is a way of exposing it which the Bible encourages us to do. Ephesians 5:10-13, 2 Timothy 4:2. Christ also tells us in John 7:24 to judge not according to the appearance but to judge by righteous judgment. King David tells us in Psalms 33:5 that God loves judgment. In Matthew 23:23 Christ puts judgment on a level of importance with love, and faith, and condemns the Scribes and Pharisees for not doing it, in righteousness. “In righteousness” is the key phrase we need to be paying attention to.
As you will see as we proceed God and Christ don’t have a problem with judging and exposing evil, in fact, they encourage it. But they do have a problem with individuals who are not living in accordance with his ten commandments and word, doing it. Throughout scripture, which I will outline momentarily, you will see a pattern of condemning judging when it’s done in unrighteousness.
This is the problem God and Christ have with those who judge when they are disobedient themselves. The false teaching that says we are not to judge was created by Satan through false unlearned ministers as a way to ensure evil spreads unchecked. So Satan can ensure the physical and spiritual destruction of humanity.
Christ expressly tells us to judge in righteousness in John 7:24 or to judge righteous judgment and what that simply means is to only judge while walking in accordance with God’s word and ten commandments faithfully. Only then do you have the right to judge. And to also use God’s word in determining if the behavior you are judging is acceptable in God’s eyes or not.
This is the context in which it is acceptable to judge. Romans 2: 1-6 emphasizes that the person who judges another while doing the same things himself is inexcusable and condemns himself when he is judged because he judges others while being disobedient to God’s word himself in the form of doing the same things he is condemning others of doing.
God tells us in Isaiah 61:8 that he loves judgment. So being sin free is not a requirement for judging bad behavior. But being righteous is a requirement. No one is sin free because we were born in sin and have all sinned. But righteousness simply means departing from all forms of sin as the Bible defines them while striving to remain obedient to God’s ten commandments and word. We also see Christ emphasizing in Matthew 7:1-5 that you must get the beam out of your own eye before you can see clearly to judge another person’s situation.
We see Christ emphasizing once again that we must be righteous ourselves which is defined by keeping God’s ten commandments and his word faithfully before we can judge another person’s behavior. This is clearly the context in which the Bible is emphasizing when judging is okay and encouraged. So the lady is absolutely wrong about what she is teaching in relation to judging. Passionate, and emotional, but wrong as the Bible clearly shows here.
That’s why the Bible says in James 3:1 let us not all be teachers because they will receive the greater condemnation. The Bible also tells us in 2 Peter 2:1-3 that the judgment and damnation of false teachers lingereth not and slumbereth not. God takes teaching his word so seriously because you are dealing with the physical and spiritual lives of individuals and if what you teach results in them being destroyed God will destroy you.
Also, after Jesus spared the woman she is talking about in this video he later told her to go and sin no more lest a worse thing come upon her. This is the verse false unlearned ministers conveniently overlook. The righteousness that’s required that’s defined by obedience to God’s ten commandments and word. This is what they all work feverishly to avoid and falsely condemn as unbiblical.
This is what false ministers constantly try to argue around while twisting and taking God’s word out of context to do it. Or while using some verses in scripture to take the meaning out of context. God is not impressed by passion to teach his word. Only by the fact that you are teaching in righteousness and in truth.
No disrespect to the young lady she is just simply wrong on this issue and based on how terribly inaccurate and error-filled this teaching was she may be just as wrong and in error about her other teachings when you examine them through the lens of God’s word.
Incidentally, Christ viewed the Scribes and the Pharisees as hypocrites and false teachers because they had essentially watered down the ten commandments and replaced them with the doctrines and traditions of men and because of it Christ condemned them and said the Jews who followed those teachings worshipped him in vain. Mark 7:7-9.
The problem wasn’t that they kept the ten commandments the problem was they omitted the weightier matters of the law like judgment, faith, and love, and drowned out the rest of the ten commandments with their own ordinances and traditions that took precedence over the ten commandments which Christ clearly outlines in Mark 7:7-9.
And Christ did not view them as fellow servants of the household of God but as hypocrites, false teachers, and deceivers. And warned them that there would be a terrible price to pay for their hypocrisy and for leading others astray and away from God. Matthew 23:24-33. So she is wrong in that regard as well. She also says love is commanded by God and she’s right, but she appears to be equating love with justifying evil and or calling evil good and associating with evil. But that is condemned in scripture also Isaiah 5:20-25, Proverbs 17:15.
She also says there is nothing wrong with associating with people who rebel against God in abominable ways but that is condemned by scripture also 2 Corinthians 6:14-18, 1 Corinthians 10:20-22, 1 Corinthians 15:33-34, Ephesians 5:10-13, so she is wrong as it relates to these issues as well. God condemns it because he knows you can be drawn into the same destructive corrupting behavior by these kinds of individuals. Which can and will lead to your destruction.
Romans 16:17-18 tells us to avoid false teachers who teach a doctrine that’s contrary to the doctrines that God and Christ have taught us. Which is keeping the ten commandments and the word of God as a whole. And that they deceive the simple/ignorant by good words and fair speeches which this young lady is doing. The words sound good and are full of passion and emotion but they don’t stand up to direct Bible scrutiny. And they promote rebellion against God and Christ’s doctrines.
If it doesn’t stand up to direct Bible scrutiny it’s a lie. And we have to call it out and reject it. And what most of these ministers teach doesn’t stand up to Bible scrutiny. She is also unfortunately engaging in the same behavior she is condemning others of doing and that is gossiping and falsely accusing others without having the facts to support it. By claiming others are sinning as well. While having no proof to support it.
True servants of God don’t openly sin against Christ and God they may stumble on occasion and ask for forgiveness and strive to never do it again. But they aren’t sinning wilfully as she seems to be claiming because they know that leads to spiritual destruction when judged which is outlined in Hebrews 6:6-8, and Hebrews 10:26-31. But that’s normally what hypocrites do, falsely accuse others of what they do in an effort to make themselves appear righteous and to hide or try to falsely implicate others in their own sins.
So she is wrong in that regard also. I’m not trying to make her look bad only exposing the lies with the truth something I’m instructed to do by God’s word. Following these types of false teachings, in reality, can result in you losing your spiritual life when judged because they in most cases promote hypocrisy in the form of rebellion against God his ten commandments and his word. And that based on God’s word will be punished harshly and leads to spiritual death. Proverbs 13:13.
I would encourage the young lady to study with the true churches of God and information about those churches can be found on this site. Or she can get helpful information from the audios I put out. She will always be led astray and confused following false ministers and their false teachings. And she will always struggle with sin if she rejects God’s ten commandments and word because she will never receive the holy spirit if she doesn’t keep God’s ten commandments and word. And without the holy spirit, it’s impossible to live righteously.
And receiving God’s holy spirit is contingent upon keeping his ten commandments and word John 14:15-17, Acts 5:32. And she will never be able to properly interpret the word of God without the holy spirit. So she will always end up with these kinds of false, inaccurate, and deceptive teachings that do nothing but lead people away from the true God and his true doctrines and teachings and instead to destruction.
The lesson in the verses she is teaching about is to forgive but that doesn’t justify continued rebellion against God’s word. Christ forgave the woman but he commanded her to go and sin no more. This is what we should be taking away from the verse. Not that Christ forgiving her is somehow a justification for future sin and rebellion against God and his word the Bible.
That is what false ministers teach and she is just repeating the same inaccurate and error-filled talking points and it’s a satanic lie that leads to spiritual death when judged. Because it teaches and promotes hypocrisy in the form of rebellion against God’s ten commandments and word. Psalms 21:8-9, Psalms 92:7, Malachi 4:1-5, Matthew 13:49-50, Galatians 5:24, 1 John 3:10, 2 Timothy 2:19, Revelation 21:7-8.
Christ also tells us in Matthew 5:48 to be perfect as God is perfect so we are to strive towards spiritual perfection so she is wrong in that regard as well. The purpose of judging is to expose evil so others won’t be ensnared by it and eventually destroyed as a result of it. It is not meant as a way to constantly bring up a person’s past and mistakes if they have repented and are striving to live in accordance with God’s word.
We are to love, encourage, and support them in such cases. I’m convinced she’s struggling with a sexual sin herself and I think I know what it is. But instead of fighting to overcome it, she seeks to justify it by twisting God’s word and taking it out of context as many do.
But it will be very difficult to overcome in a place like Atlanta where that particular form of sin is practiced so liberally and openly. She knows what I’m talking about. The holy spirit gives God’s servants the ability to see things others can’t see.
All the best to the young lady I pray God opens her eyes and guides her to God’s truths. Because as it presently stands she is not a true teacher of the Bible just another in a long line of deceivers and false teachers who teach lies as a way to advance an evil unbiblical agenda and steal from the people.
Some out of complete ignorance. And some as a result of blatant defiance. But never the less, it’s all deception. All the best to her though, may God open her eyes and guide her to the truth and from the hypocritical path that leads to the lake of fire. Job 27:8, Matthew 24:51.
Why? Because hypocrites are nothing but wicked individuals who masquerade as righteous and claim to be righteous that’s why they suffer the same fate as the wicked. Because they’re just wicked individuals who operate behind a fake cloak of righteousness. Titus 1:16, Matthew 7:15-20, Matthew 15:8.