Don't Judge Me

“Don’t Judge Me” – The Snippet Christian

In a world where the majority of Christians care more about TV, gaming, sports, activities, in a word, pleasure, more than God – “Don’t Judge Me,” has become their motto.  Yet, they do not even know the context in which the original phrase, “Judge not, that ye be not judged,” (Mat 7:1) was spoken.

“Yet in the church I had rather speak five words with my understanding, that by my voice I might teach others also, than ten thousand words in an unknown tongue.” 1 Corinthians 14:19.

The Five Words are ΙΧΘΥΣ, translation, “Jesus Christ God’s Son Savior.”  These Five Words were the greatest message of the gospel in the ancient church; called the Ichthus.  It became the first symbol of the ancient church because the writing of it looked like a fish.  The Roman cross became the symbol after the Roman Catholic Church adopted it.  How fitting since they used it to slaughter the Lord.

Today, the greatest message of the gospel retained by a generation that cares more about their pleasures than God is, “Don’t Judge Me.”  A famous Satanist gave his followers the one and only commandment of the Devil, θέλημα, translation, “Do as thou wilt,” called the Thelema.

The Snippet Christian is using the phrase, “Don’t Judge Me,” to mean, leave me alone and let me do what I want.  You do not live unto yourself, and you will not die unto yourself (Rom 14:7-8).  Consider this you who forget God (Psa 50:16-23).  Flesh and blood cannot inherit the Kingdom of God (1Co 15:50).  If the Five Words are not received and applied here there remains no more sacrifice for sin (Heb 10:26).  There is a reason Christ’s blood remained after His resurrection as it only applies here; or, have you forgotten the passage that describes the Lord’s body after He was risen (Luk 24:39)?

You cannot do as you want and say “Don’t Judge Me” because the Kingdom of God is a collective of like-minded souls.  If you insist on doing your pleasure now, weeping and gnashing of teeth await you (Luk 13:24-28).  You have seared your conscience with a phrase to cover your lusts, and have become blinded by reason of selfishness.  You deserve to be with the first selfish being, and while he feeds your desires now, you will soon (sooner than you think) discover the results of such fruits of passion.

“Judge not, that ye be not judged” concerns the manner, not the omission of judging sin.  It has to do with hypocritical judgment.  For instance, I would be a hypocrite to judge those in violation of God’s word as it relates to Divorce and Remarriage Adultery if I was practicing the same sin.  That is why churches no longer rebuke the sin of Divorce and Remarriage Adultery, because her hirelings are also practicing it.  Or, they do not want to “Judge” it for the fear of the many that are practicing it.  This occurs when you fear man more than God (Gal 1:10).

I will not bore your dull hearing with these few verses that command the church to rebuke sin (Luk 17:3, Eph 5:11, 2Ti 2:24-26, 2Ti 4:2-4, Tit 1:9-14, Jas 5:19-20, Mat 18:15, Pro 28:4, Pro 28:23, Pro 24:24-25, 1Ti 5:20, 1Th 5:14, Tit 3:10, Tit 2:15, Gal 6:1).  You need to get back to binge racing anyway.  Just so you know, there will be no Netflix in heaven.

And, “Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment.” Matthew 22:37-38.

Consider this commandment for as long as your worldly distracted attention will allow.  Now, apply it to what your selfish flesh really wants to do and you will discover the disposition of your soul.  “All” is all, not some, and for most “not at all” is the application of this commandment.  If God is not everything (ALL) in your life, then you do not belong to Him.   I do not care what preacher has coddled your flesh with comforting words that you are saved because you are a church member.  He does not save anyway, God does, and He demands ALL your heart, ALL your soul, and ALL your mind.  Anything less than this, and I expect you will say, “Don’t Judge Me.”


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