|Ok, maybe not this bad!|
The point I'm making (yes, I do have a point) is that wherever I go someone looks at my car, looks at me (up and down mind you!) and make an assumption (I'm assuming...) about me! My girls normally laugh at me having lots to say about how '"those people" are judging me' and 'I bet they didn't wash their cars last week'. My standard response is usually "I'm having a sticker made that says 'my car is a reflection of WHERE I live, not HOW I live!'"
That point I was alluding to....judging others and making assumptions can be really easy. It becomes a vicious circle! Above, I speak of how I feel judged, but then in feeling judged, I judge right back! Well, you know the saying "the buck stops here?" and "It starts or ends with me?" Best I start making some assumption changes within myself first!
Matt 7 1-2: Judge not, that you be not judged. For with what judgement you judge, you will be judged: and with the same measure you use, it will be measured back to you.
Can I just insert a big OUCH here?!
Leave judging to the Lord, oh, and next time you see a dirty car, think nice thoughts :)
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