Poetry: All judgement is always best left to God

spirited By spirited, 22nd Nov 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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A short poem that shows how proper judgement can only be made from unconditional love. This is why God must remain the only judge of us all.

When we move away from love to judge another person, we have also moved ourselves away from God then too, because God is love.

A judgement is not up to us to make. It can only be made by God

God's judgement is a type of performance review,
of how you stand up now within God's love as you.
When you stand tall, you are still small outside,
but if you stand too tall in your own stall inside,
you are removed from his love by your own pride.

Love has only room for the real you, being you.
There's no room for your ego, alongside you too.
You won't fit through its gate if you go not as you.
Failing to be your self leaves you without a clue.
You'll never let love past your door then, it's true.

Our judgement is always only a guess at its best,
leave judgement to God to be blessed unstressed.
His judgement doesn't hurt, it's made from his love.
His love carries no judgement within its pureness.
The truth is judgement's made below, not above.

Our sins come back to us to bite us on the nose.
Did you ever suppose they wouldn't ever foreclose?
Sin punishes us the sinner by eating us up inside.
Pride blinds us from seeing the effects of our sin,
let more love in, sin cannot live then within, within.

A short poem or two on judgement, and decision

Senryu: God's judgement!

Discernment, wisdom,
retribution for our sins?
Sentence, conclusion?

"The more one judges, the less one loves."

This apt quote is from the great French writer, Honore De Balzac, (1799 to 1850).

When you love fully, you never judge, but when judgement comes up, you have ceased loving fully.

How can God judge us then without his stopping loving us?

Only God can do this because his judgement is not really judgement at all. It is merely another way for him to love you through his helping of you to become more of you within yourself within him.

Senryu: About decision

Decisions rule us.
Destiny's shaped, not given.
Verdict, not decree!

Philosophical afterword.

Fear is a manifestation of negative energy in you that comes about because of the connective love to others that you do not feel, because you feel as if you will be judged by these other people for loving them. You feel ashamed to fully love.

If you could feel totally connected by unconditional love, to yourself, to others, and to God, you would never experience any fears of any kind.

"Perfect love drives out all fear," says the bible in the book of 1 John, chapter 4, and verse 18.

"There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love."

Judgement made from fear always hurts the judger, as well as the judged.

"Judgement is mine," says the Lord, and so leave all judgement to God, because only he has the love to carry judgement through, and to bring the just deserts to those that might need it.

God judges from love, not from fear.

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I have been interested in the spiritual fields for over thirty five years now. My writing is mostly in this area.

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author avatar Jhon Marshall
22nd Nov 2013 (#)

nice poem

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author avatar spirited
22nd Nov 2013 (#)

thanks Jhon, that's a compliment not a judgement!

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
25th Nov 2013 (#)

Nice post and excellent writing as well!

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author avatar poemgur1980
26th Nov 2013 (#)

i like your poem very much

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