Before sending us to earth, God equipped each individual with extraordinary gifts and talents. This is the equipment that each person needs to fulfill their mission. The common point of each of the different missions that God has entrusted to humans is that they contribute to promoting life. God wants to preserve life, which means peace, joy, happiness, health, wealth, and all similar things. He said about us human beings that He has plans for peace and not for calamity, to give us a future and a hope (Jeremiah 29:11).

In His sovereignty, God has chosen a certain number of people to whom He has given the gift of clairvoyance. He has invested them with a supernatural ability that allows them to see what the eyes of the majority cannot perceive. These people often see some inglorious things in the lives of others. God often allows them to see the sins, shortcomings, errors, and faults of others.

God does this for a purpose that is certainly not to judge, disclose, or denounce. He reveals these things to them solely so that they may intercede on behalf of these people. After interceding for these individuals, He may decide to intervene in their restoration through the clairvoyant or another person. This means that the mission of the clairvoyant to whom God has revealed things is limited to interceding for those concerned, unless God expressly asks them to take other actions.

All the clairvoyants I know in my environment are men and women faithful to the church’s prayer programs. They do not find it difficult to pray for very long hours. This special grace for prayer is an accessory to the gift of clairvoyance. God allows them to see so they can pray. It can also be said that God gives them the ability to pray, which is why He allows them to see.

When the clairvoyant does not know that their mission is to pray for the things that the Lord allows them to see, they may unfortunately take the position of judge, accuser, moralizer, manipulator, and many other similar roles.

One day, during a time of prayer with a group of intercessors, the Lord revealed to us that there were a number of people who had integrated into our spiritual family with bad intentions. The Lord did not reveal the identity of these people to us, but what particularly struck me in His words was that He recommended we continue to love these people and not judge them when He would reveal them to us.

This episode made me understand once again that God wants the good of everyone, including those who fight against us. God knows that the wicked also deserve opportunities to change and become like Christ. These opportunities can only be created through the agape love that those who are already saved can show them. Jesus said that He did not come to earth to judge men but to save them. He said that He did not come for those who are healthy but for those who are sick.

Before returning to heaven, Jesus told us that He was sending us on a mission just as the Heavenly Father had sent Him. If we are to do the works of Jesus, we too must commit to saving and not judging.

If anyone hears my words and does not keep them, I do not judge him; for I did not come to judge the world, but to save the world.” John 12:47


This text is an excerpt from the book “LET’S STOP JUDGING TO SUCCEED BETTER” written by Dominique MBOG.

We invite you to read the following article “Those Who Judge Their Children”.

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