These men had "judged" this woman according to the law and thought they knew the punishment.
Sometimes we might find ourselves in a similar situation, someone is doing something we know "isn't right," either by the law, our own moral compass, or our based on our political beliefs, but it isn't our place to declare judgement on them. After all, there is only one true judge, and we will all be held accountable one day.
Jesus, being the one true judge does say to the women, "Go and sin no more." He does recognize her mistakes, and calls her to leave them in the past and start anew. It's worth reflecting on our own lives and own mistakes, because Jesus says the same thing to us: "Go and sin no more." Let's leaving judging others out of it and start showing love to others instead. Now, I don't say this to excuse personal sin, but we can always choose to love people and not agree with the choices they make.
"They will know we are Christians by our love."
I wore this outfit last Saturday night for a friends surprise party. I haven't gotten to dress up much this summer, so it felt good to put on heels and dressy jewelry. My Loft white jeans are one of my favorites, so once I found out I was pregnant one of my first purchases were these white jeans from Target, and they're getting the job done for now. : ) I got this top recently from thredUp. It was new with tags and I love the lace details it has too! If you haven't tried thredUp use this link to get $10 off your first purchase.
Necklace: Stella and Dot similar
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