I have been puzzled that some Scriptures command us not to judge and others instruct us that we should judge and even tell us how to do it such as one of the best known of these is “Judge not, that ye be not judged” [Matt. 7:1]. But as I have studied this passage I have become convinced that the key is to understand that there are two kinds of judging: final judgments, which we are forbidden to make, and intermediate judgments, which we are directed to make, but upon righteous principles.

There are those that state “That Black Lives Matter” then there are those who say “All Lives Matter.” Then there are those that want to remove statues of folks whom they believe that they are racist and having these statues cause racial division today. Then they want us to believe that being white is somehow being privilege and we should give to them what we have worked for.

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mjw

"Then they want us to believe that being white is somehow being privilege and we should give to them what we have worked for. " Being white is being privileged, that's obvious to everybody except a lot of white people. What do you mean that we should give to then what we have worked for? That's a blatantly racist statement. People of color don't want anything of yours except equal treatment.

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