Saturday, November 21, 2015


Words of Prophecy:

*       Those who are quick to judge with an "unrighteous judgement" have [in their holding to self-exaltive attitudes] already left themselves wide open to deception - and a lack of true discernment.

*       All unrighteous judgement has its root in fear and self-exaltation [self-desire and self-agenda].

*       All "judgement" [discernment] apart from a "revelation" of My Will [Word] is unrighteous judgement, and is always condemnatory and accusatory in nature [John 8:15-16; Romans 2:1-2; Matthew 7:1-6;].

*       Righteous judgement [discernment] and righteous motivation are "synonymous" as are unrighteous judgement and unrighteous motivation.
"synonymous" - equivalent in meaning; expressing or implying the same idea;

*       The "maintenance" of fear will ALWAYS lead to wrong discernment [unrighteous judgement].

*       Judging by "appearances" constitutes [establishes] an unrighteous judgement.

*       I will judge all those who judge with an "unrighteous" judgement [by appearances] in this hour. For all unrighteous judgement indicates a heart that is ruled by unrighteous motivation [is self-serving and self-exaltive] in some form - both towards Me and, therefore, towards My people. Whereas, righteous judgement [born of divine wisdom and revelation] indicates a heart that is wholly given to Me - a heart that desires ONLY My "best" for ALL who cross their path.

        ...."Do not judge and criticize and condemn others, so that you may not be judged and criticized and condemned yourselves. For just as you judge and criticize and condemn others, you will be judged and criticized and condemned, and in accordance with the measure you [use to] deal out to others, it will be dealt out again to you".... Matthew 7:1-2 The Amplified Translation

        ...."For the mouth speaks out of that which fills the heart".... Matthew 12:34 NASB

        ...."Do not judge according to appearance, but judge with righteous judgment [by revelation]".... John 7:24 NASB

        ...."The Lord's bond-servant must not be quarrelsome, but be kind to all, able to teach, patient when wronged, with gentleness correcting those who are in opposition, if perhaps God may grant them repentance leading to the knowledge of the truth, and they may come to their senses and escape from the snare of the devil, having been held captive by him to do his will".... 2 Timothy 2:24-26 NASB
"reproach" - to charge with or blame for something; ungodly rebuke; the expression of disapproval; adverse or hostile criticism; unrighteous judgement;

        If one unrighteously judges another [through wrong discernment and/or misunderstanding] and, therefore, speaks in a manner of evil towards them [or about them] then it is certain that UNTIL they speak words of repentance to [ask forgiveness of] the one they sinned against [thus acknowledging their sin]that, regardless of their smiles and "seeming indifference" as time passes to the original situation [acting as though nothing had happened] that, in reality, they still harbour their original heart-attitude towards the one [or ones] they judged unrighteously. For it is ALWAYS out of the "abundance" [main focus]of the heart that the mouth speaks and, therefore, if the aforementioned words of true heart-repentance are not forthcoming THEN the ground [fear, self-exaltation, jealousy, etc.]within them will at some point in the future cause them once again to be used as a vessel of persecution and/or reproach.

        Ungodly words [and the attitudes behind them] will always [ultimately] reap God's judgement [in the life of the one who spoke them]unless the Blood is applied over them in a spirit of true repentance - thus allowing the Holy Spirit to change the heart of the one who judged [spoke] unrighteously. Because of these things, it is of the utmost importance for one to proceed with a "holy caution" [where both their own words and actions are concerned]when in the presence of those who have been used as vessels of reproach and persecution against them in the past - yet they must ALWAYS be found "maintaining" a position of faith and love in their own heart -  in order that those who had been "held captive" by the Enemy to do "his will" might be led into a deep knowledge [revelation] of the truth.

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