Category: Self-Help


 

How often have you heard from a fellow believer or even a none believer in Jesus Christ says, “You are not to judge.” Those who are familiar with Matthew 7:1 or know the quote will throw it in your face quoting Jesus, “Dot not Judge or you will be judged.” It is their way of silencing your comment about their behavior or attitude. Very often when this is done you stopped from saying anything further and made to feel guilty for making a judgment. However, did Matthew share just this one brief sentence to be the total of Jesus Christ’s lesson on Judgment or was there more. Did Jesus merely imply that He would judge you as a result of judging others? Based solely on that simple command it would appear that Jesus does not want us to judge, but was that all Jesus Christ had to say on the issue?

Satan knows scripture better than most Christians, and even theologians for that matter. Since he is a witness to all that God has done and said and in the very language that God spoke, we have evidence from Genesis Chapter 3 verse 4 he merely added the word “not” and he changed the whole meaning of God’s command from “You shall die, to you shall not die.” Today Satan has the clergy twisting the meaning of a verse or taking a single verse and creating a false doctrine around just a few words. Satan also has people overlook and ignore verses from the Bible to further distort the truth and to lead people astray. The fact is that Jesus Christ had more to say on the subject of judgment. The lesson in Matthew does not end with chapter seven verse one but continues.

Let’s examine what Jesus continues to say in this lesson. “Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your eye? 4 How can you say to your brother, ‘Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ when all the time there is a plank in your own eye? 5 You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye.” (Matthew 1:3-5 NIV) The example Jesus is using her if your brother can’t see he has commented a minor sin make you sure you have stopped doing a greater sin before offering judgment for correction.

Let’s reexamine verse 2, “For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.“ Here is an example of what Jesus is saying, Someone steals a dollar, and you call him a thief, while you just took 10 dollars. Jesus will no Judge you for being a bigger thief, but if you were a thief and stopped stealing and you called out someone for being a thief to stop stealing than the Lord would not Judge you for being a thief because you are not one. Therefore, before calling someone unrighteous, examine yourself as to how the Lord would see you.    

The Lord’s teaching does not end there. After giving us the lesson to first examine our faults before judging the failures of others in verse six the Lord adds, “Do not give dogs what is sacred; do not throw your pearls to pigs” Now we are told not to give dogs something sacred. Who then are the dogs? “Outside are the dogs, those who practice magic arts, the sexually immoral, the murderers, the idolaters and everyone who loves and practices falsehood.” (Revelation 22:15 NIV) Jesus has ordered us not to give these types of sinners anything scared. Now, who are the pigs? The pig in the first century was regarded as unclean and worse than a dog. Jesus here is teaching that the Word of God is Holy and Good and we can expect to encounter some people who will not see the value of it. These are the people who will mock and ridicule you and God’s Word and despise you for presenting it to them. Therefore the Lord’s command is not to provoke such people to mock the Holy Gospel of God.verse 15-17 Jesus warns us, “Watch out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves. 16 By their fruit, you will recognize them. Do people pick grapes from thornbushes or figs from thistles? 17 Likewise, every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit.” Jesus is teaching how to judge correctly. How are we to discern who are the “dogs” and “pigs” and “false prophets”? The answer is by making a judgment call based on the Word of God and the result of living His Word. Good fruit is the living example of God’s Word, while bad fruit is not. In essences, the theme of Christ’s teaching is how to judge right from wrong, good from evil, and to be an example of Good Fruit based on God’s Holy Word.

The Bible, the Word of God, teaches what is the truth, righteous and good. Anything that contradicts God’s Word is a lie. To call something a “lie” is to pass judgment for having discerned between God’s Word and a contradiction. When we base our Judgement on God’s Word, it is God’s Word that judges and therefore we have judged correctly. Our Judgement is not based on our standard. We have removed the plank to see as God would see. It is the Holy Spirit that provides the Judgement. It is the Word of God that provides the bases of good and evil. 

A month ago I completed my commentary on the Book of Revelation. I was told to write it by the Lord and I was told I would also be aided in the writing.  It took nearly 2 years to  complete. I prayed, meditated and researched each chapter and verse. The commentary is not based on any particular church doctrine. As an elementary teacher and also a college level adjunct professor I have taught writing.  I was guided to examine the book from a literary position by examining the material as an autobiography of two major characters God and His creation. I am now offering this guided work in a pdf file free of charge. If you wish to read the commentary you can get a copy by requesting it in writing to me at docspeaksshow@gmail.com

You also have my permission to share the file with family and friends. You will discover that a good deal of what is presently taught is incorrect. Thank you for your continued support and God Bless.

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Mark Taylor a retired fireman on April 28, 2011 received a message from God stating that God had anointed Donald Trump to be the next president of the USA. God also included what His Well was that His Anointed president would accomplish. Much of what God revealed to Mark Taylor as come to pass. Listen, share with others, and pray. God wants us to pray, and return to him.

Hope is the feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen and if that expectation is negative we fail or give up. Our hope needs to be based on positive out comes. Yet, the media has chosen to feed us images of the terrible outcomes. We need to focus on the positive events around us. Listen to the importance of real Hope.

Doc will share information on the location of the Abyss in Dudael, and concerning Azazel/Abaddon the angel imprisoned in the abyss, and why he was chained there; based on information from the Book of Enoch. Why the book is not part of the canon but should be. The importance why the focus should be on the location of Babylonian Empire and the identity of the Beast of the Sea, and how he will deceive the nations. Also visit our new Website at: http://www.DocSpeaksShow.com

This is part of a series dealing with a chapter by chapter study of the Book of Revelation. In this show “Doc” will be dealing with additional information concerning the Seven Trumpets and the possibility the the first one was sounded on June 30, 1908 in Russia when an asteroid exploded in the air and burning 770 sq. miles of forest destroying 80 million trees. In addition what needs to take place before the two witnesses arrive, and Abaddon who comes out of the Adyss and more, plus a meditation. Share if your Catholic

 

Part 4 of the series into Revelation deals with Chapter 13 and the possible DNA heritage of the “beast,” the so called AntiChrist. In this segment “Doc” will provide insight into the possible bloodline, and exposing the ancestry of the beast, also he will provide a very different look in the identity of the lamb. You with become aware that the voice of the lamb is already preparing the way for the beast. This is one show you will want to listen from beginning to end. Share if your Catholic .

 

 

 

 

This show deals with Chapter 12 of Revelation, the dragon and the dragon slayer. It is also a history of the dragons efforts to kill the slayer and all of us. Like many of the myths we need to put on our armor and defeat our own dragons. Jesus has already cast out Satan from Heaven, but the battle is not over yet, tune in and hear more. Also enjoy a wonderful meditation.

This Shows topic is a journey through the Book of Revelation. There are number of videos, articles, lectures, and books on the subject. Now do they actually follow the chronological order that John witnessed? Part 1 will deal with the Chapters from Revelation that deal with the Seals. Doc will also investigate if Rome is the correct city that many theologians seem to focus on.

Also be sure to watch the rest of the series. There is a blessing when you listen to the Words of Revelation.