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“Therefore thou art inexcusable, O man, whosoever thou art that judgest: for wherein thou judgest another, thou condemnest thyself; for thou that judgest doest the same things.” (Romans 2:1)

Self-righteousness judges, it judges others against that which is seen in their own eyes as deplorable, as unfit in the life of a person, it says “my way is right, and yours is wrong.” This is the path that those who have been placed in authority over the world of man have determined to take, to usurp all individuality in the area of free will, and to proclaim that the way they have chosen is the only correct path.

They are judging mankind to be not only wrong, but disobedient when their precepts, mandates and newly formed laws are not obeyed.

Here is where those who have been born-again find a contention point, for in their pretentiousness, these leaders have determined to be self-righteous, and in doing that which they forbid others to do, they are judging against the will of God. “Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgment.” (John 7:24)

When we stand against these statutes and commandments, we are standing against evil, evil in every intent to bring mankind into bondage to the Satanic system that will rule this planet for almost seven years. As I have mentioned before my friends, if you want to move a two-thousand-pound bull from one place to another, you do not quickly and forcibly pull on his nose ring, unless you want to end up in the hospital.

Those who have been deceived by this movement must be moved slowly, diversions must be created on a constant level to divert the attention away from that singular purpose, the worship of the antichrist. Those that are caught in this trap must be led to believe that evil is in fact good, that the bitter water is actually sweet, and the proof of this is readily seen today.

To stand against those known evils now will bring chastisement in one form or another, it will be judged by those self-righteous individuals as against the will of the masses. But in fact, it is always the squeaky wheel that garners attention.

It is the Lord that places all in authority in the world of man, and He has determined that it is time for evil, self-righteous individuals to be in those positions, not as punishment alone, but as a means to an end, in fact, to the end of an entire age.

If there is one who stands above all in this area of self-righteousness, it is Satan, there are no stronger words against the Lord than, “I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High.” (Isaiah 14:14)

To those of you who profess Christ as Lord, and believe that all judging is judgmental, I offer you this, “Know ye not that we shall judge angels? how much more things that pertain to this life?” (1 Cor. 6:3) What will your verdict be on that day, will you believe Satan and all those fallen angels should be given another chance, that it would be judgmental to find fault in their endeavors over the last few thousand years?

We are to judge with righteous judgment, and that righteousness only rests in the Almighty, and so we are to study to show ourselves approved, so that when it is time to judge, it is by the Word of God that we do so. Our perspective on any subject must be based upon His word, or we will find ourselves being self-righteous in that judgement. If God’s word says it is wrong, if it is evil, we are to judge that by the Word of God.

Far too many Christians do not understand these truths, and because of that, evil is growing exponentially. The fear to judge leaves the door open for these sins, and that fear is almost always based in some form of personal retribution. To put it simply and honestly, if you are not judging evil, you are not standing for, or with, Christ.

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