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3 Most Misunderstood Scriptures

The three most misunderstood Scriptures in the Bible are explained through the heart and eyes of a mature Christian today.

1. "Judge not, that ye be not judged." - Matthew 7:1

This verse is often misunderstood as meaning that Christians should never judge or correct others. However, the verse does not say that all forms of judging are wrong, but Christians should not judge hypocritically or unfairly.

The passage goes on to say that Christians should examine their own lives before judging others and use fair and impartial judgment when dealing with others. Therefore, Christians are encouraged to judge with righteousness, mercy, and truth.

2. "Money is the root of all evil." - 1 Timothy 6:10

This commonly misquoted verse reads, "For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil." The passage is not saying that money itself is inherently evil but that the desire for money above all else can lead to destructive and immoral behavior.

Money can be a tool for good or bad depending on how it is used. Therefore, it is essential to keep a healthy perspective on money and not allow it to become an idol or obsession.

3. "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." - Philippians 4:13

This verse is often taken out of context and used to support the idea that Christians can do anything they want with the help of Christ.

However, the verse refers to the ability to endure difficult circumstances, not necessarily to achieve a person's desired goal. Paul wrote this verse while he was in prison, expressing that he could take his trials through the strength of Christ.

This verse reminds us that we can overcome difficult situations with the help of Christ, but it does not mean that we can accomplish anything we set our minds to without regard for God's will or plan for our lives.

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