Judgment

Judge not, and you will not be judged. Condemn not, and you will not be condemned. How is it that you can see the sliver in your brother's eye, but not notice the stick in your own eye; and how can you say to your brother "Let me get the sliver from your eye" when there's a stick in your own eye? Don't be a hypocrite: first pull the stick out of your eye and then maybe you could see well enough to find the sliver in your brother's eye. The judgment you receive will equal the judgment you dealt out. The condemnation you get will be the condemnation you gave. Measure for measure, all of your deeds will be given back to you.

 

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