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Friday, June 22, 2012

My Utmost For His Highest : "The Undeviating Test"

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June 22, 2012


THE UNDEVIATING TEST

For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged; and
with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you
again.

Matthew 7:2
http://www.BibleStudyTools.com/search/?query=mt+7:2&sr=1

This statement is not a haphazard guess, it is an eternal law of God.
Whatever judgment you give, it is measured to you again. There is a
difference between retaliation and retribution. Jesus says that the
basis of life is retribution - "with what measure ye mete, it shall
be measured to you again." If you have been shrewd in finding out the
defects in others, remember that will be exactly the measure given to
you. Life serves back in the coin you pay. This law works from God's
throne downwards (cf. Psalm 18:25-26).

Romans 2 applies it in a still more definite way, and says that the
one who criticizes another is guilty of the very same thing. God
looks not only at the act, He looks at the possibility. We do not
believe the statements of the Bible to begin with. For instance, do
we believe this statement, that the things we criticize in others we
are guilty of ourselves? The reason we see hypocrisy and fraud and
unreality in others is because they are all in our own hearts. The
great characteristic of a saint is humility - Yes, all those things
and other evils would have been manifested in me but for the grace of
God, therefore I have no right to judge.

Jesus says - "Judge not, that ye be not judged" if you do judge, it
will be measured to you exactly as you have judged. Who of us would
dare to stand before God and say - "My God, judge me as I have judged
my fellow men?" We have judged our fellow men as sinners; if God
should judge us like that we would be in hell. God judges us through
the marvellous Atonement of Jesus Christ.

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