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Judging By Appearance?

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goodlife | 11:40 Mon 24th Jan 2022 | Religion & Spirituality
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“People with university degrees of any kind were no better [at judging] than those without,” noted the report in Psychology Today magazine. And female intuition was dealt a blow, as “men did slightly better overall than women.” We can be very glad that God’s appointed judge of mankind “will not judge by any mere appearance to his eyes, nor reprove simply according to the thing heard by his ears.”​—Isa. 11:3.

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alleluia!
So does the Devil wear Prada ?
Is that Isa from Still Game?
OK.
Probably speaks volumes about the degree standads these days.

Will God judge by the smell that assaults it's nose ? Or the taste on it's tongue ?
‘We can be very glad’? What on earth are you talking about, Goodlife?
I tend to go along with Beso Sr. in this regard. "I don't believe anything that I hear and only half of what I see."
I do not know what "we can be very glad means"
o god we have to be on AB

we can be glad that God does not have the human qualities of judging by appearance. Jesus as John the Baptist might have said.

and whilst we are about it - this was clearly a problem in the NT as there is a word for -"doing thing to look good"
ophthalmodouly
( douleia - slavery of the eye)
action equiv of lip service - which also exist n the NT

just saying
Peter Pedant //I do not know what "we can be very glad means"

Thought it was obvious. Are you of a foreign nationality?
GoodLife //“men did slightly better overall than women.”//

Is that really so?

I agree with your point that we can be glad that God's appointed judge will not judge by mere appearance. Many who give the impression of intelligence often have none.
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How often do you look at yourself in a mirror? For most of us, this is a daily practice—perhaps something we do several times every day. Why? Because we are concerned about our appearance.

Reading the Bible can be likened to peering into a mirror. (James 1:23-25) The message recorded in God’s Word has the power to allow us to see ourselves as we really are. It “pierces even to the dividing of soul and spirit.” (Hebrews 4:12) In other words, it divides what we appear to be on the outside from what we really are on the inside. It shows us where adjustments are needed, just as a mirror does.

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