From people getting the text “Judge not lest ye be judged” etched in their arms, to book titles, this text is an iconic phrase from the Bible, one that even the non-biblical literate know. Yet, it never existed, in any Bible version, whatsoever.
If you don’t believe that, then you might believe that the Bible has been supernaturally changed.
I don't know about you, but there is only so much truth I can take, as none of it is ever good news. In an effort to keep myself sane, I decided to binge-watch this TV series on Netflix, called "Ozark" just to get away from the madness. Not even halfway through the first season - this hit me smack in the face : " Judge not lest ye be judged" spoken from one redneck to another.
By the way, the show is really quite good, in my opinion, and kept me distracted from the madness in this world for about 2 weeks. Of course, they had to insert the two gay couples as opposed to the only one hetero family, a typical scenario of Netflix's social engineering that Owen Shroyer of Infowars aptly describes as the New World Order "Global Homo".
Judge not Lest Ye Be Judged jumped right out at me on the screen caption:
This is now how the Bible reads:
Matthew 7:1 King James Version
7 Judge not, that ye be not judged.
Here is more residual evidence that Judge Not Lest Ye Be Judged used to exist:
And the question remains. Where did that Bible text go?