We recently received a comment to a Friend of Medjugorje’s October 25, 2021, broadcast titled, Who Are, They? This is what the person writes:
Oct. 30, 2021
“Judge not lest you be judged.”
– Beverly from Utah
We have no idea what you are talking about.
We went over a Friend of Medjugorje’s broadcast forward and backwards. Never are these words found:
We know because we can search the transcript. You can too because the transcript is available online when you listen.
It would seem that if a Friend of Medjugorje was judging someone he would at least say those words or at least condemn someone to hell.
The word, “condemn” never was said.
He actually never even said the word “evil” either.
So, it seems that what you are actually saying is that he should never call it out when someone is wrong.
Or is your motivation different?
Is it political?
Is it because he mentioned Obama and the bishops at this point here?
What our experience has been is that the “judge not” is a cop-out used to tell people not to make any waves or even, in the least, say when someone is wrong.
We just want to state, for the record, that a Friend of Medjugorje does not make waves. He makes Tsunamis. The truth has a tendency to destroy everything in its path that is false.
Beverly, maybe you disagree. But, it is more respectable to say that, than to use the excuse of, “judge not.”
Actually, you judged.
The truth is potent. A listener from Texas wrote to us after listening to Who Are, They?:
“Yes, and I say a WOW with you about this explanation of our Mother’s message. The wow goes for the fierce truth you speak and moves me to take another look at her message.”
Same broadcast, two different reactions.
Maybe you think a Friend of Medjugorje was mean? One listener from Mexico wrote to us after the broadcast:
“There is so much love in your words, it’s amazing how true and rich your insights about Our Lady’s words are. Can’t wait to tell all my friends and Bishop and… everyone about everything you spoke of today.”
Again, same broadcast, two different reactions.
To all the “Beverlies” out there, we invite you to listen with the heart. There are two broadcasts you need to hear:
These two Radio Wave’s will only take you 73 minutes to listen, and will get you up to speed on everything happening in the world – without the false twist of the media.
Be sure to be spreading these broadcasts with your family and friends and on all your social media groups.
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