Ada Jesus, Rita Edochie, Odumeje – a metaphor of contradictions

Don’t judge

Who’s judging anyone?

I know where you are going with this. You’re not the only one who has seen the news of the family of Ada Jesus begging Odumeje and Rita Edochie to forgive their daughter

Did you say you know where I am going with this?

Yes, and I repeat, you must not judge. Jesus said, Judge not

Did you hear yourself?

What do you mean?

You said you know where I am going with this?

Yes, you like to judge. I know you too well

Mm. Not only do you know where I am going with this, I like to judge too?

Yes, Is it not you? Come of it, my friend. People like you don’t like to mind your own business. Immediately I saw the videos, I just knew people like you will take sides with Ada Jesus and condemn Rita Edochie and Odumeje

People like me don’t mind our own business? And people like me take sides?

Are you denying it? All of you are judging. Only God is the judge.

Forgive me, but do you really know the meaning of the word, judge?

Typical. Very typical indeed. I don’t know the meaning of judge, abi?

I didn’t say that. I simply asked if you know the meaning of the word

Now you are trying to put word in my mouth

Am I?

That’s what you are doing

You think so?

I know so. You like to judge too much

Odumej…

Leave Odumeje and Rita Edochie out of this. I feel sorry for Ada Jesus but she is getting what she deserved. She made herself a judge over matters she is not competent to judge

Is that so?

I know you’re pretending

 You do?

Yes. Only God is the judge. Matthew 7:1

I see. Is that all Jesus said about judging? Did you know that you cannot correctly interpret a bible passage out of its context?

You have come o. That is the only verse we have been using for generations. Don’t come and start teaching another thing here

Have you never heard the expression that context is king?

I know what it means.

Please tell me

You have you consider the things mentioned before and after the passage in question to get its true meaning

 And have you ever read the passages before Matthew chapter 7 and the passages after it?

You mean the entire chapter 6 of Matthew and the rest of chapter 7 after verse 1?

Precisely. Have you ever carried out the exercise on your own?

Why should I? Preachers do that. ‘Touch not my anointed and do my prophets no harm’

Meaning?

Didn’t you hear what I’ve been saying? Don’t judge

Then you must travel to Maiduguri tomorrow and survey the surrounding villages for me

What for?

Just to see if Boko Haram is real. Then find out if they really kidnap and kill some people they don’t like. I believe you will pray before you set out and no harm will come to you as you go.

You must be joking! Do you know how illogical what you have just said is? I should go to Maiduguri to see if Boko Haram is real when I’m not mad.

So

So what?

Not only is it not biblical to say don’t judge because the verse commonly used to support that claim is taken out of context, it is illogical to say don’t judge like you have just seen. Besides, in case you did not notice, you’ve been judging since this conversation started…

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