Have you been told lately, "You're judging (me)!"? To understand judging, we need to see this in the broader context of our journey of faith. In the beginning, there is much of the self-life present. Judging in this season will mostly be a manifestation of the self-life and this is wrong! However, if you have allowed the Lord to take you through the tough and often long middle stage of the journey (remember Moses was in the wilderness for 40 years before He was told to go to Egypt as a deliverer), the self-life has died and judging here is not of self but of God. In other words, it is true discernment.
In this final outpouring of His glory at the end of the church age, we will see great judgements just as in the example of Ananias and Sapphira in the book of Acts. So those of you who always cry, "You're judging," need to realize and understand the difference between that which is of God and that which is of man.
1 Corinthians 2:15 But he who is spiritual judges all things,
yet he himself is rightly judged by no one.