judging others makes you feel bad, since you will get a reminder, not long after,of the error you made in judging , doesn’t it always happen that way. An attorney wants to get his man or woman, adds to the evidence, has been doing it for years, gets others to bear false witness, then spends a lot of time worrying,where to hide it, the hate crime committed. White man and the dark man, well, the white man, he is superior, ask the hurricane, Bob Dylan, the man they imprisoned falsely, and then the effort to cover up, and the reverse ever since. Those that removed righteous men, aided the assassinations, those that planned strategies, that removed governments, in the name of what, patriotic duty, doing the unmentionable, then appeased, with the a medal, that is supposed to assuage them,feel good stuff, was it worth it. Those that spied and undermined the truly righteous,who are de facto servants of God, we were doing our duty, to whom you ask?
A hungry man comes in off the street, a friend offers to buy him a soup. They sit, the good Samaritan does not place himself above the so called lesser man, but the thrill he gets, his reward, the smile on the hungry mans face. Feels good doing good,amen. Doing bad, you spend your life trying to escape the guilt, for short term gain, and then the prospect of eternal judgment, only adds to the woes,amen. Rightfully so, AS Jesus says, who is last now will be first when the time comes.
Picture the spoon of soup, the full mouthful, the expression of gratitude, that is worth far more than the bland thanks of one who does not care, no matter who they are,amen.Faith without deeds is worthless, amen.