Have you noticed that when a Hollywood actor or actress is interviewed about a movie, and the interviewer offers a compliment about the performance, the Hollywood actor or actress thanks the host for the compliment?
What foolish hypocrites everybody on the left is!
The next time this happens, I wish the host would immediately respond with, “I thought you didn’t believe in judging others!”
See, in the wacky, illogical, foolish, liberal universe you can judge a liberal all you want to as long as your judgment is complimentary. You can tell liberals how well they acted or how wonderful their pick of spouses is (obviously you won’t do this if they are pervert homos). And they never care that you are judging! It’s as though they think you have this uncanny power to discern good from bad – as long as you only see the good.
But tell some Hollywood liar, wife-cheater, evolutionist fool, idiot global warming believer, or more likely, one of the piles of Hollywood homos, that he is wrong and you’ll be told that you have absolutely no right to judge him.
It’s so nice, I’ll say it twice: What foolish hypocrites everybody on the left is!
Did you know that only Christians have the right or ability to judge others? And we’re talking about true, bold, saved-by-the-blood believers, not the majority of church-goers in the nation. Only Bible-believing Christians have the right and ability to judge others. (And many of them have no idea this is true because while they may believe in the Bible they don’t open the Bible.) John 7:24 makes this clear:
“Do not judge according to appearance, but judge with righteous judgment.”
“Righteous judgment?” Who is righteous?
- The atheists are not righteous.
- The lukewarm people who call themselves “christians” are not righteous.
The only ones who are righteous are those who have donned the robe of righteousness, those who have trusted Jesus as their Savior, who are righteous only through Him because they are in Him and righteous due to what He did for them and nothing of themselves.
So, assuming you’re a Christian, the next time somebody tells you that you shouldn’t judge, calmly reply, “It’s okay. I’m a Christian.”