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  1. Melanie,
    I think sometimes people who judge without knowing all the facts are just projecting their own stuff on others. It feels better to look at someone else’s situation instead of looking in the mirror themselves.
    As Christians, we are called to love and support our brothers and sisters, not judge them. I am so very sorry you are experiencing this right now. I lift you up in prayer and I want you to know that I care and am here for you if you ever want to talk. My life has been filled with difficult times, and I know how important it is to have people you can count on to be there for you and not JUDGE!
    Sending love, Rene

    1. Hi Rene, Love seeing you here! Good insight about easier to point fingers at others rather than look at your own stuff.
      Mostly, I have amazing Christian support, but somethings have been tough…I’m going to send you an email.
      Thank you for your love and support!
      Melanie

  2. Oh my goodness I am going through the same thing right now. People react based on their own inner conflict – with judgment and projection. It hurts – it feels like rejection — but often what they are rejecting is God’s truth, the same truth that will set them free. I am committed to keep praying for the same people who have hurt me, and pray that live and grace will open their eyes to the truth . Thanks for sharing.

    1. Oh Cindy,
      I’m sorry you are going through this.
      BUT what a Christ-filled response to pray for them.
      Thank you for the reminder!

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