A young person resented for years that his dad would not come to his games to watch him play. Then, on his dad's death bed he heard these words, "I enjoyed your games". His dad didn't let him know he came when he could so his son would not be nervous and try to be what he was not. And some nights he had to work so his son could have the equipment he needed to play. Did the dad feel bad because he was "wrongly judged", or was he at Peace because because he knew he did right? For who can search the deepness of the inward mind and heart of man (Psalm 64:6)? Did the dad feel the same Peace while being judged; as he did when the Truth were known? If "affirming judgement" makes us feel good, while "disparaging judgement" makes us feel bad; WE ALLOW OURSELVES TO BE JUDGED; WHERE THERE IS NO PEACE (1 Corinthians 4:3-5).
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