Tag: judgement

I feel like…

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If you start to say “I feel like…” you should stop and check yourself – because what is likely to follow is not a feeling but a judgement.
And a judgement statement is actually an expression of mistrust not trust. A judgement statement says “I’m too scared to show you what is really going on inside me. I’ll only feel safe to show you what I’m feeling if you first agree with my assessment of what is wrong with you and then promise never to be like that again.”

Danny Silk

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Finally God the judge implements

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Finally God the judge implements the results of his own sentence. This is not simply a question of heaven and hell, although it is that, but also of rewards (and punishments) that corrsepond with the way we have lived: a crown, treasures in heaven, rest, inheritance, rewards, promises, a rich welcome, responsibility in the age to come and so on.

For those of us who have lived in the light of eternity, Judgment Day will be a day of celebration, not terror. The plaintiff on the verge of being awarded massive damages does not dread Judgment Day they can’t sleep for excitement, wondering what might be in store.

Andrew Wilson

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