Why do people condemn people?

Posted by Peter A Vandever in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

If I can ask this: why do people condemn people wounded by the Church? I am dealing with a guy that has thrown under the bus by his church (very common). He is told it is his fault. I believe at some point, we have to stop wound the anointed people who “scare” us? Not really a rant but honest question.

5 Comments

  • Reply May 5, 2016

    Roger David

    No one can condemn me. I can’t condemn anyone. Those who are condemned do so by themselves. If we started teaching this, people might get a thicker skin and realize that they shouldn’t give people power over them. That can only be left that up to God.

    • Reply May 5, 2016

      Roger David

      Johan Paulsson absolutely!

    • Reply May 5, 2016

      Roger David

      No..they are already condemned. They were condemned before I showed up..had nothing to do with me.

    • Reply May 5, 2016

      Roger David

      Johan Paulsson Great point. No reason to attempt to remove a speck of dust if the log is still in place.

  • Reply May 6, 2016

    Carolyn Parker

    We have no right to condem any one God is their judge judge not least you be judged

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