Luke:6:37-38 Be not judges of others, and you will not be judged: do not give punishment to others, and you will not get punishment yourselves: make others free, and you will be made free:  Give, and it will be given to you; good measure, crushed down, full and running over, they will give to you. For in the same measure as you give, it will be given to you again.
See All...; Matthew:7:1Be not judges of others, and you will not be judged. See All...; Romans:3:23For all have done wrong and are far from the glory of God; See All...; John:7:24Let not your decisions be based on what you see, but on righteousness. See All...; John:3:16For God had such love for the world that he gave his only Son, so that whoever has faith in him may not come to destruction but have eternal life. See All...; Luke:6:46Why do you say to me, Lord, Lord, and do not the things which I say? See All...; Luke:6:35But be loving to those who are against you and do them good, and give them your money, not giving up hope, and your reward will be great and you will be the sons of the Most High: for he is kind to evil men, and to those who have hard hearts. See All... Luke:6:1-49 Now it came about that on the Sabbath he was going through the fields of grain, and his disciples took the heads of the grain for food, crushing them in their hands.  But some of the Pharisees said, Why do you do what it is not right to do on the Sabbath?  And Jesus said, Have you not seen in the Writings what David did when he was in need of food, he, and those who were with him;  How he went into the house of God and took for food the holy bread, which only the priests may take, and gave it to those who were with him?  And he said, The Son of man is lord even of the Sabbath.  And it came about, on another Sabbath, that he went into the Synagogue and was teaching there. And a man was there whose right hand was dead.  And the scribes and Pharisees were watching him to see if he would make him well on the Sabbath, so that they might be able to say something against him.  But he had knowledge of their thoughts; and he said to the man whose hand was dead, Get up and come into the middle. And he got up and came forward.  And Jesus said, I put the question to you, Is it right to do good on the Sabbath or to do evil? to give life or to take it away?  And looking round on all of them, he said to him, Put out your hand. And he did so: and his hand was made well.  But they were full of wrath, and were talking together about what they might do to Jesus.  And it came about in those days that he went out to the mountain for prayer; and he was all night in prayer to God.  And the day came and, turning to his disciples, he made a selection from among them of twelve, to whom he gave the name of Apostles;  Simon, to whom he gave the name of Peter, and Andrew, his brother, and James and John and Philip and Bartholomew  And Matthew and Thomas and James, the son of Alphaeus, and Simon, who was named the Zealot,  And Judas, the son of James, and Judas Iscariot, he who was false to him.  And he came down with them to a level place, and a great band of his disciples, and a very great number of people from all Judaea and Jerusalem and from the parts of Tyre and Sidon by the sea, came to give hearing to him, and to be made well from their diseases;  And those who were troubled with unclean spirits were made well.  And all the people were desiring to be touched by him, for power came from him and made them all well.  And turning his eyes to his disciples he said, Happy are you who are poor: for the kingdom of God is yours.  Happy are you who are in need of food now: for you will be made full. Happy are you who are weeping now; for you will be glad.  Happy are you, when men have hate for you, and put you away from among them and say angry words to you, turning away in disgust at your name, because of the Son of man.  Be glad in that day, and be lifted up for joy, for your reward in heaven will be great: for their fathers did these same things to the prophets.  But unhappy are you who have wealth: for you have been comforted now.  Unhappy are you who are full of food now: for you will be in need. Unhappy are you who are laughing now: for you will be crying in sorrow.  Unhappy are you when all men give you their approval: for so their fathers did to the false prophets.  But I say to you who give ear to me, Have love for those who are against you, do good to those who have hate for you,  Give blessing to those who give you curses, say prayers for those who are cruel to you.  If a man gives you a blow on one side of your face, then let the other side be turned to him; from him who takes away your coat, do not keep back your robe.  Give to everyone who comes with a request, and if a man takes away your property, make no attempt to get it back again.  Do to others as you would have them do to you.  If you have love for those who have love for you, what credit is it to you? for even sinners have love for those who have love for them.  And if you do good to those who do good to you, what credit is it to you? for even sinners do the same.  And if you let those have the use of your money, from whom you are hoping to get it back, what credit is it to you? even sinners do so to sinners, hoping to get back as much as they gave.  But be loving to those who are against you and do them good, and give them your money, not giving up hope, and your reward will be great and you will be the sons of the Most High: for he is kind to evil men, and to those who have hard hearts.  Be full of pity, even as your Father is full of pity.  Be not judges of others, and you will not be judged: do not give punishment to others, and you will not get punishment yourselves: make others free, and you will be made free:  Give, and it will be given to you; good measure, crushed down, full and running over, they will give to you. For in the same measure as you give, it will be given to you again.  And he gave them teaching in the form of a story, saying, Is it possible for one blind man to be guide to another? will they not go falling together into a hole?  The disciple is not greater than his master, but everyone whose learning is complete will be like his master.  And why do you take note of the grain of dust in your brother's eye, but take no note of the bit of wood which is in your eye?  How will you say to your brother, Brother, let me take the grain of dust out of your eye, when you yourself do not see the bit of wood in your eye? O false one! first take the wood out of your eye and then you will see clearly to take the dust out of your brother's eye.  For no good tree gives bad fruit, and no bad tree gives good fruit.  For every tree is judged by its fruit. Men do not get figs from thorns, or grapes from blackberry plants.  The good man, out of the good store of his heart, gives good things; and the evil man, out of his evil store, gives evil: for out of the full store of the heart come the words of the mouth.  Why do you say to me, Lord, Lord, and do not the things which I say?  Everyone who comes to me and gives ear to my words and does them, I will make clear to you what he is like:  He is like a man building a house, who went deep and put the base of it on a rock; and when the water came up and the river was driving against that house, it was not moved, because the building was good.  But he who gives hearing, without doing, is like a man building a house on the earth without a base for it; and when the force of the river came against it, straight away it came down; and the destruction of that house was great.
See All...; Mark:8:1-38 In those days again, when there was a great mass of people and they had no food, he made his disciples come to him and said to them,  I have pity for these people because they have been with me now three days, and have no food;  If I send them away to their houses with no food, they will be overcome by weariness on the way; and some of them have come from far.  And his disciples said in answer, How will it be possible to get enough bread for these men here in a waste place?  And he put the question, How much bread have you? And they said, Seven cakes.  And he made the people be seated on the earth: and he took the seven cakes and, having given praise, he gave the broken bread to his disciples to put before them; and they put it before the people.  And they had some small fishes; and blessing them he had them put before the people in the same way.  And they took the food, and had enough; and they took up seven baskets full of the broken bits.  And there were about four thousand people: and he sent them away.  And he got into the boat with his disciples straight away, and came into the country of Dalmanutha.  And the Pharisees came out and put questions to him, requesting from him a sign from heaven, testing him.  And he was very sad in spirit, and said, Why is this generation looking for a sign? truly, I say to you, No sign will be given to this generation.  And he went away from them, and again got into the boat and went across to the other side.  And they had taken no thought to get bread; and they had only one cake of bread with them in the boat.  And he said to them, Take care to be on the watch against the leaven of the Pharisees and the leaven of Herod.  And they said to one another, We have no bread.  And Jesus, hearing it, said to them, Why are you reasoning among yourselves because you have no bread? do you still not see, and is it still not clear to you? are your hearts so hard?  Having eyes, do you not see? and having ears, have you no hearing? and have you no memory?  When I made a division of the five cakes of bread among the five thousand, what number of baskets full of broken bits did you take up? They said to him, Twelve.  And when the seven among the four thousand, what number of baskets full of broken bits did you take up? And they said to him, Seven.  And he said to them, Is it still not clear to you?  And they came to Beth-saida. And they took a blind man to him, requesting him to put his hands on him.  And he took the blind man by the hand, and went with him out of the town; and when he had put water from his mouth on his eyes, and put his hands on him, he said, Do you see anything?  And looking up, he said, I see men; I see them like trees, walking.  Then again he put his hands on his eyes; and looking hard, he was able to see, and saw all things clearly.  And he sent him away to his house, saying, Do not even go into the town.  And Jesus went out, with his disciples, into the little towns round Caesarea Philippi; and on the way he put a question to his disciples, saying, Who do men say that I am?  And they made answer, John the Baptist; and others, Elijah; but others, One of the prophets.  And he said to them, But who do you say I am? Peter said in answer, You are the Christ.  And he put them under orders not to say this of him to anyone.  And teaching them, he said that the Son of man would have to undergo much, and be hated by those in authority, and the chief priests, and the scribes, and be put to death, and after three days come back from the dead.  And he said this openly. And Peter took him, and was protesting.  But he, turning about, and seeing his disciples, said sharply to Peter, Get out of my way, Satan: for your mind is not on the things of God, but on the things of men.  And turning to the mass of people with his disciples, he said to them, If any man has the desire to come after me, let him give up all other desires, and take up his cross and come after me.  Whoever has a desire to keep his life, will have it taken from him; and whoever gives up his life because of me and the good news, will keep it.  What profit has a man if he gets all the world with the loss of his life?  And what would a man give in exchange for his life?  Whoever has a feeling of shame because of me and my words in this false and evil generation, the Son of man will have a feeling of shame because of him, when he comes in the glory of his Father with the holy angels.
See All...; Isaiah:1:1-31 The vision of Isaiah, the son of Amoz, which he saw about Judah and Jerusalem, in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah.  Give ear, O heavens, and you, O earth, to the word which the Lord has said: I have taken care of my children till they became men, but their hearts have been turned away from me.  Even the ox has knowledge of its owner, and the ass of the place where its master puts its food: but Israel has no knowledge, my people give no thought to me.  O nation full of sin, a people weighted down with crime, a generation of evil-doers, false-hearted children: they have gone away from the Lord, they have no respect for the Holy One of Israel, their hearts are turned back from him.  Why will you have more and more punishment? why keep on in your evil ways? Every head is tired and every heart is feeble.  The body, from head to foot, is all diseased; it is a mass of open wounds, marks of blows, and broken flesh: the flow of blood has not been stopped, and no oil has been put on the wounds.  Your country has become waste; your towns are burned with fire; as for your land, it is overturned before your eyes, made waste and overcome by men from strange lands.  And the daughter of Zion has become like a tent in a vine-garden, like a watchman's house in a field of fruit, like a town shut in by armies.  If the Lord of armies had not kept some at least of us safe, we would have been like Sodom, and the fate of Gomorrah would have been ours.  Give ear to the word of the Lord, you rulers of Sodom; let your hearts be turned to the law of our God, you people of Gomorrah.  What use to me is the number of the offerings which you give me? says the Lord; your burned offerings of sheep, and the best parts of fat cattle, are a weariness to me; I take no pleasure in the blood of oxen, or of lambs, or of he-goats.  At whose request do you come before me, making my house unclean with your feet?  Give me no more false offerings; the smoke of burning flesh is disgusting to me, so are your new moons and Sabbaths and your holy meetings.  Your new moons and your regular feasts are a grief to my soul: they are a weight in my spirit; I am crushed under them.  And when your hands are stretched out to me, my eyes will be turned away from you: even though you go on making prayers, I will not give ear: your hands are full of blood.  Be washed, make yourselves clean; put away the evil of your doings from before my eyes; let there be an end of sinning;  Take pleasure in well-doing; let your ways be upright, keep down the cruel, give a right decision for the child who has no father, see to the cause of the widow.  Come now, and let us have an argument together, says the Lord: how may your sins which are red like blood be white as snow? how may their dark purple seem like wool?  If you will give ear to my word and do it, the good things of the land will be yours;  But if your hearts are turned against me, I will send destruction on you by the sword; so the Lord has said.  The upright town has become untrue; there was a time when her judges gave right decisions, when righteousness had a resting-place in her, but now she is full of those who take men's lives.  Your silver is no longer true metal, your wine is mixed with water.  Your chiefs have gone against the Lord, they have become friends of thieves; every one of them is looking for profit and going after rewards; they do not give right decisions for the child who has no father, and they do not let the cause of the widow come before them.  For this reason the Lord, the Lord of armies, the Strong One of Israel, has said, I will put an end to my haters, and send punishment on those who are against me;  And my hand will again be on you, washing away what is unclean as with soap, and taking away all your false metal;  And I will give you judges again as at the first, and wise guides as in the past; then you will be named, The Town of Righteousness, the true town.  Upright acts will be the price of Zion's forgiveness, and by righteousness will men be living there.  But a common destruction will overtake sinners and evil-doers together, and those who have gone away from the Lord will be cut off.  For you will be put to shame because of the trees of your desire, and because of the gardens of your pleasure.  For you will be like a tree whose leaves have become dry, and like a garden without water.  And the strong will be as food for the fire, and his work as a flame; and they will be burned together, with no one to put out the fire.