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  • Been a journey. We still here. Still improving the sound. Still gaining new fans. Still gaining more traction. Still inspiring. If you been here since day 1, thats love. If you just got here, welcome. My next album ⛪️ #Stronger
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    Been a journey. We still here. Still improving the sound. Still gaining new fans. Still gaining more traction. Still inspiring. If you been here since day 1, thats love. If you just got here, welcome. My next album ⛪️ #Stronger

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  • "Why do you look at the speck in your brother’s eye, but fail to notice the beam in your own eye?…"
Intriguingly, it is one of the MOST misused, misquoted, misunderstood verses in the Bible. When someone wants to justify their own behaviors and life choices, this comes pouring from their mouths: “Judge not, lest ye be judged!”
Then they drop the mic…
…expecting you to immediately embrace the fact. Sadly, most disobey the the rest whether they attend church daily, have been baptized etc., because this is what is TAUGHT - FALSELY TAUGHT...seriously, all of these things DO NOT matter. The verse is a solemn warning about a particular type of judgment. The danger in passing judgment on someone is that we’ll have our own standard come back to haunt us, like the spirit of judgments past. AKA KARMA. When you condemn someone’s behavior, whether it’s blatantly sinful or just different than your own, you almost NEVER use the proper standard of judgment. You pass judgment according to your own strengths and opinions. For example, take the issue of gluttony, although there are thousands of standards we judge daily. So you see someone overweight. When God evaluates that person, he takes into account everything about that person – their biology, sinful tendencies, weaknesses, family history, current struggles, and a thousand other factors. God’s judgment is perfectly just, our judgment is terribly skewed. Without omniscience, all our judgments are going to be off kilter.
For all we know, the person who struggles with being overweight may not actually be sinning in gluttony. They may not overeat at all, but because of their unique body makeup, can’t lose weight. Or, they may have been neglected as a child and use food as a coping mechanism. 
If we’re not careful, we’re going to end up being judged by own crushing standards as there’s a massive difference between judging arrogantly and judging with humility. That middle ground is compassionate judgment of compassion, empathy, forgiveness, understanding and tolerance. 
#wisdom #divinewisdom #ascension #spiritual #unconditionallove #intuition #consciousness #unique #faith #authentic #freedom #independence #empower #stronger
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    "Why do you look at the speck in your brother’s eye, but fail to notice the beam in your own eye?…"
    Intriguingly, it is one of the MOST misused, misquoted, misunderstood verses in the Bible. When someone wants to justify their own behaviors and life choices, this comes pouring from their mouths: “Judge not, lest ye be judged!”
    Then they drop the mic…
    …expecting you to immediately embrace the fact. Sadly, most disobey the the rest whether they attend church daily, have been baptized etc., because this is what is TAUGHT - FALSELY TAUGHT...seriously, all of these things DO NOT matter. The verse is a solemn warning about a particular type of judgment. The danger in passing judgment on someone is that we’ll have our own standard come back to haunt us, like the spirit of judgments past. AKA KARMA. When you condemn someone’s behavior, whether it’s blatantly sinful or just different than your own, you almost NEVER use the proper standard of judgment. You pass judgment according to your own strengths and opinions. For example, take the issue of gluttony, although there are thousands of standards we judge daily. So you see someone overweight. When God evaluates that person, he takes into account everything about that person – their biology, sinful tendencies, weaknesses, family history, current struggles, and a thousand other factors. God’s judgment is perfectly just, our judgment is terribly skewed. Without omniscience, all our judgments are going to be off kilter.
    For all we know, the person who struggles with being overweight may not actually be sinning in gluttony. They may not overeat at all, but because of their unique body makeup, can’t lose weight. Or, they may have been neglected as a child and use food as a coping mechanism.
    If we’re not careful, we’re going to end up being judged by own crushing standards as there’s a massive difference between judging arrogantly and judging with humility. That middle ground is compassionate judgment of compassion, empathy, forgiveness, understanding and tolerance.
    #wisdom #divinewisdom #ascension #spiritual #unconditionallove #intuition #consciousness #unique #faith #authentic #freedom #independence #empower #stronger

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