You don’t like to be judged, so why do it to others?
If you can attempt to RELATE to the person you are judging.. you’ll likely discover that they are no different than you. If you don’t discover that revelation than you may want to double check the part of you that believes you may 1. be better or 2. deserve better than another human being.
In the eyes of God… your sin is just as nasty as (your presumptions of) their sin.
There are warnings about judging other people, condemning them, and that what you give (or do not give) coming back to you.
Let’s put ourselves in her shoes for a moment. Pretend your past is available for viewing and someone decides to publicly reference all the reasons that you should be disqualified from life. Essentially pretend that someone is taking your past, turning lessons into weapons and handing them to anyone who will listen. Imagine that person demanding that anyone armed take aim at you and fire, then pass the weapon to the next person.
My reaction to putting myself in this situation is dread. In all reality this type of thing COULD happen to me. I openly speak of my past, of my failures and my downfalls. I personally hand “weapons” to the public and pray that each person understands that I speak plainly so that they know they’re not alone in their humanity. I want to be real and honest about what I have experienced in my life because it is MY LIFE! If you don’t like my life and my honesty, there are polite ways to move respectfully apart.
I have come face to face with the “Accuser” enough to know if you make peace with your past it softens the sting of the pointed finger.
We may judge each other without meaning to, but if you are ACTIVELY judging someone and condemning them to a life less worthy of yours… you’re on a slippery slope. Am I judging a judger? Hopefully not.
In all reality just because you judge and condemn does not make you less of a person than anyone else. It makes you more dangerous. . but it’s your life, your pace and your story. In my experience, and in the readings I find, life is not meant to be lived in the complications and darkness of becoming an accuser. It is meant to be lived in freedom and love, which is not an easy charge.