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The Ethnic Virtue of Christians

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0
Little Devils
Credit: Mary Smith

What are your views?

Do you judge others?

You are the only person to blame for your own problems, not the Jews, the Arabs, or even the Chinese people, the Indians, or even the LGBT people! The blame game is often used to make people feel better about themselves, they are naïve to their own internal struggles. Why do I bring this up you ask?

Whether or not you are a Christian, you can learn a great lesson from Jesus the Christ, and that is to let live, let people make their own mistakes, let them make their own choices, and most importantly, let God do all the judging! When you curse someone, you are doing God's job, so why do you play God? You say that's a sin right? You don't have the right to rule over another consenting human-being.

You have no right to judge anyone, and if you've noticed, Jesus clearly stated this when he said "he without sin cast the first stone"! Are you without sin? Let me take you back a bit. Haven't you heard of Original Sin? It's what happened when Adam and Eve chose to eat the forbidden fruit, of the Tree of Knowledge, and thus God threw them out! Where will we go in the afterlife? Heaven? Hell? Purgatory? No matter if you want somebody to go to Hell or not, God is the last judge in the end, for we can't judge our fellow-men and women, and we most certainly can't send them to hell.

Why do you want somebody to suffer for all eternity for one little lifetime? You won't have to see them again, as Jesus told us to forgive and love our enemies. As a wonderful friend of mine once told me, "You can forgive your enemies, but that doesn't mean you have to hang out with them; we should stay away from those who've hurt us". It makes sense to clear this up and be honest with ya. Why would you hang around someone who hurt you, just because you heard someone say to forgive them? It is very counter-productive to keep on hating someone, mostly because you are still contributing unnecessary anger, which hurts you more than it hurts them.

In the end, if you still want to cast judgement, then go right ahead. You are just as hateful as the person you are arguing with, and that my friend is a big sin! We have our own free-will, and guess who gave us that freedom? God himself gave us the free-will to make our own choices, and every action has an equal and opposite reaction, so when you smite another, it will continue, as one action reacts to another, you are just keeping people miserable.



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