- Praise for Glenda L. Hunter from Dr. Jan C. Lemon
- Praise for author Glenda L. Hunter
- (Poem) "Misfit" by Glenda L. Hunter
- (Poem) "Mixed Messages" by Glenda L. Hunter
- (Sat. March 23, 2013) Author Glenda Hunter @ Book Fair, Tapes TV Segement For "The Write Stuff"
- (Sat. Feb. 16, 2013) Glenda Hunter Participates In Conversations Book Fair
- Glenda Hunter in the Sept./Oct. 2012 Issue of Conversations Magazine
- (Wed. May 23, 2012) Glenda Hunter Participates in Online Forum "You Are Not Alone"
- (Sat. May 5, 2012) Author Glenda Hunter Participates In "You Are Not Alone" Panel
- (Sat. March 24, 2012) Glenda Hunter Participates In the Conversations Book Fair Summer Event
- (02/18/12) Glenda Hunter's 1st Booksigning A Success!
- (11/29/11) Author Glenda Hunter's 1st Radio Interview on Conversations LIVE
Thursday, August 11, 2016
I think it would not be easy to be a judge. They have a very important job. They decide with the help of a jury and testimony of others if the person is guilty of a crime or if there has been a mistake. They render the verdict of guilty or not guilty. If guilty they state the sentence. I would not want to be the one that said those final words of judgement. What if I was not given all the important information and I ruined someone's life? I'm not sure how I could handle that but I do applaud those that have taken that job of great responsibility. But what about those that appoint their self as judge, jury and executioner. We had a person that confronted us with a guilty verdict before he even knew any facts. He didn't come to seek out what facts or truth he seemed to have only come with a sentence. He did not have a compassionate heart it was only one ready to judge. Had he taken time to listen to what we had to say in our defense he would have seen the whole situation very differently and the sentence would have been different I am sure. He totally drew his conclusion on his own thinking and no facts. His judgement did more harm to the brokenness we were already suffering. After he passed the sentence he left and we sat in shock. I don't know why he thought he could play judge. I think we should leave the judging to those in the courts and God. If we think a person has a problem than we should go to them not to judge but to help. Approach them with love and concern. Ask and listen to what is in their troubled soul. After you have heard what their concerns and problems are then offer help if you can. If you cannot help still show love. We all need guidance from time to time but we never need condemnation. We are all fallible humans so be careful about passing judgement on others. If we do not serve as a judge in the court system (we should be praying for them) than we should leave the judging up to God. "Judge not least you be judged yourself." (Matthew 7:1 NASB) God knows all the matters of the heart allow Him to be your the judging when it is needed. He does all things with understanding and love. We should always be loving and carin