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Judgment Causes Death


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Jesus told us not to judge lest we be judged. Matt. 7:1. This does not sound like it is too serious, but the impact can actually be eternal!

It is wise to examine the impact of judgment. When we judge others as not being ok, and condemn them, what we do is stop our flow of love to them. Everyone can test this for themselves. Next time you find yourself judging something someone does as being not ok, maybe finding yourself angry about it, check to see if your love is still flowing to them.

Evaluation is a different action than judgment. Evaluation of an action is objectively determining the value of the action. Judgment is deciding that the actual person doing any action is not ok. It would be good to determine if a person's actions hurt anyone, and if they do, still give unconditional love to the person. This is what Jesus did on the cross when he asked his Father to forgive his tormentors because they didn't know what they were doing. In Matt: 5:44-45, Jesus told us to love our enemies so that we would be children of our Father in heaven. It is unconditional love that is the key that will open the door to God's Kingdom.

There is another theory. I think it is possible that when we judge someone else as being not ok, besides stopping the flow of love to that person, we also stop God's flow of love to ourselves.

Another problem with judging others as being not ok, is that it plants an evil seed into our own hearts that is contrary to unconditional love. Jesus told us that we gain eternal life when we love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength and love our neighbors as ourselves. This is unconditional love. When we judge someone as being not ok, we stop this flow of love, therefore, we do not love unconditionally, and we will not inherit eternal life in the presence of God the Father and Jesus. We will face the second death mentioned in Rev. 21:8.

Dorothy was taught by Cherokee elder and wisdom keeper, John Red Hat Duke, for over ten years in Keetoowah Cherokee spiritual ways, in Eastern philosophy, and in Judaism. She was raised Christian so she has a good working knowledge of Christianity. She became disillusioned with Christianity so she now follows no religion, but strives to walk the Red Road spiritual path according to Jesus’ teachings.

She received her call from Creator in the fall of ‘92, and was then taught by the great prophet Elijah for four years. She was given four assurances by Creator when He called her. She was told that she was anointed by the Holy One of Israel, that she would be protected until this work was done, that Creator would go before her whenever He sent her somewhere, and that she did not have to prove herself to anyone. She is one of Creator's two prophesied witnesses.

Spiritual teachings of Jesus, Moses, and Elijah are taught in the book, Red Hat Speaks, by Dorothy K. Daigle. It can be ordered from any bookstore, or online from - Elijah came to restore all things in these End Times.


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