Apostle Grace Lubega
Psalm 131:1 (KJV); Lord, my heart is not haughty, nor mine eyes lofty: neither do I exercise myself in great matters, or in things too high for me.
The ability to judge spiritual matters is based on the spiritual dimension in which you function.
A man in a lower dimension of the spirit cannot judge one in a higher dimension. For example, one in the third dimension cannot judge one in the fourth and neither can one in the fourth judge one in the fifth.
This is what David in our theme scripture means when he speaks of a man exercising himself in things that are too high for him.
David broke the law when he ate the shewbread from the temple because it was not lawful for him to eat (Matthew 12:4). Was he judged by God for this? No.
How about Moses? He married an Ethiopian woman contrary to the dictates of the law.
It is tempting for a man in a lower realm to judge David or Moses. What that man should ask is why God did not pass judgment on any of these men when it is very clear they broke the law. The man who judges without understanding the spiritual realms in which Moses and David operate will be bound to offend God.
It is wisdom to restrain from judging a man if you do not know the dimension in which he functions. It is better not to judge and keep from offending God.
FURTHER STUDY: Matthew 12:3-4, Philippians 1:9-11
GOLDEN NUGGET: It is wisdom to restrain from judging a man if you do not know the dimension in which he functions. It is better not to judge and keep from offending God.
PRAYER: My Father, I thank You for this wisdom. I understand the judgments of the spirit and how they work. My intellect is reconciled with revelation and I perceive things, in the same manner, You perceive them. This knowledge prevents me from offending You in Jesus’ name, Amen.