“Judge not, lest you be judged. For with the judgment you pronounce you will be judged, and with the measure you use it will be measured to you. Why do you see the speck that is in your brother’s eye, but do not notice the log that is in your own eye? Or how can you say to your brother, ‘Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ when there is the log in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the log out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to take the speck out of your brother’s eye.” Matthew 7:1-5.
“Do not give dogs what is holy, and do not throw your pearls before pigs, lest they trample them underfoot and turn to attack you.” Matthew 7:6. As I have said many times, the passage in the paragraph above is probably the most misquoted and abused biblical statement by people who hate the Bible. The misquoting is simply leaving out everything beyond the first sentence, so the sanctimonious hypocrite can tell you Jesus doesn’t want you to judge others. Then what about Matthew 7:6? If we are not to judge, how can we determine who are the dogs 🐕 and pigs 🐷 among the audience?
The issue isn’t judging, but right judging. Right judging is taking the log out of your own eye first. How can someone have a log in their eye? Think of it metaphorically. If a speck is in your own eye, it might function as if a log, preventing you from seeing clearly. Yet somehow you can still see the speck in your brother’s eye? So what’s happening with wrong judgment is, you think you’re seeing the sin in your brother—another person—but you’re actually seeing your own, because you can’t see past a log in your eye. Now that we have that cleared up, log in the chipper, light flooding your eyes, let’s turn our attention to one of the most wrong judgment plagued issues of our time, transgenderism.
In Honesdale high school in Pennsylvania, a young woman was harassed in the women’s locker room. The unnamed female student said “while I was putting on my pants I heard a man’s voice, so I turned around, and he’s standing there on the opposite aisle looking at me. I glanced down and could tell that he was wearing women’s underwear and what was underneath it.” She added: “When I knew that a man was looking at me, I felt very violated and very scared — especially looking at me while I’m getting dressed.”
The superintendent of Wayne Highlands School District said he’s unable to comment on the incident or complaint but did say the district’s policy aligns with a recent court decision allowing transgender students to use the facilities of their choosing. WNEP said few people would speak on camera about their reaction to the complaint but indicated off camera they support the female student and her family. Some observers commenting on the Facebook page for the Law Office of Andrew H. Shaw, which is handling the case, also sided with the complaining female student, others were decidedly against her and her attorneys: “Maybe the girl should take a course in how to be tolerant of others who are different. Now that would be the Christian way.””Sounds like your client is the one who is guilty of voyeurism. WTF is she doing checking out other people’s genitals? Shameful ambulance chasers.””The student called the trans student a ‘man.’ I think we all know where this hate is coming from. From her parents. Using ‘man’ is scary! Transphobia is bigotry.””F*** you transphobes.”
There’s no need to repeat what I have said in a number of previous posts about transgenderism. Instead, look at the comments trans proponents made, they are self condemning. Transgenderism is a mighty log in their eyes, a veritable redwood! Unfortunately, courts, public school districts, colleges and media have been blinded by the splinters.