Do you find it easy to judge strangers? If someone comes to you presenting facts about someone you don’t know, and those facts paint them in a bad light, do you find it easy to support the condemnation of the accused? What if the third person is well known to you, perhaps even your friend? Does this make you more likely to think of other evidence or extenuating circumstances to temper your judgment? You shouldn’t listen to gossip to begin with. Beyond that you are not called to judge because you are not qualified even if you did have all the facts available to you. Do you find me to be less judgmental than anyone else you know? You should, for no one is a stranger to me and I am rich in mercy, willing to give more weight to anything that could be considered in their favor, just as I have done for you.
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