Basically it means dnt judge any. Whether youll talking bout there apperance,religion, faults, things they did that was horrible in there past or present. Example lets just say u saw an ex thief but he stop stealing and changed his life around. So u get on a plane and your set to sit next to him. But be like I dnt wanna sit by that guy hes a thief. And always shall be one. Basically your judging him on his past in which that is not good. Cause weve all done sumthing. Were not perfect
*To Judge* : Making a justification upon an outer force from one's opinions and/or beliefs... Basically, what goes around comes around. You base someone off of their appearance, past, etc. Then it will be okay for someone else to do the same to you. Not necessarily, if you dont judge people, no one will judge you.. People will judge you whether or not you do the same
First: Basically to make a unilateral decision on whether a person is going to hell or not based on their actions here on earth. No human knows the state of the relationship between another human and God. Many look at people THEY dont like and proclaim for all to hear 'you/he/she is/are going to hell because...(youre - gay, have tatoos, drink, got divorced, sleep around, do drugs, committed suicide, listen to rock music, etc)'. Now some of these are actual sins and some not, but none are unforgivable and none automatically mean anyone is going to hell. Whether these people are hell bound or not is between them and God and no one elses business but Gods and to pronounce a judgement of hell upon them is 'judging'. Many peopl are hell bound but WE dont know for sure who is and who isnt. I think a lot of uptight uber-rigid traditionalists are going to be shocked at many of the folks they end up sharing heaven with. - Second: No human has the right to pronounce a judgement of any sort upon anyone. Its our job to point out what God has to say on a subject but not to make a personal judgement based on that because ALL of us sin one way or another ALL the time. None of us are innocent enough to cast stones at another and usually the ones first in line to cast the biggest stones are the ones with the biggest personal sins of their own. - And as they continued to ask him, he stood up and said to them, ?Let him who is without sin among you be the first to throw a stone at her.? And once more he bent down and wrote on the ground. But when they heard it, they went away one by one, beginning with the older ones, and Jesus was left alone with the woman standing before him. (John 8:7-9)
As imperfect beings we have the tendency to judge others. The bible shows, however that the ability to judge accurately has not been granted to us. The disciple James reminds us: “One there is that is lawgiver and judge”—God. So James pointedly asks: “Who are you to be judging your neighbor?” (James 4:12) Also, often our judgement is impaired by other factors including prejudice, injured pride, jealousy, and self-righteousness. An individual who makes it a habit of judging others harshly will find himself judged in like manner "before the judgement seat of God."-Romans 14:10.