A judgment is a decision according to the dictionary. It is therefore impossible not to judge.
In Matthew 7, Jesus says not to judge but most people take him out of context and do not read his full thought. His focus was not to judge hypocritically. He even stated people should judge once they’re dealt with their own sin (verse 5).
I never hear righteous people say, “don’t judge me.” People who are trying to do the right thing want their wrongs pointed out so they can stop them. The only people I hear saying the “don’t judge” line are the ones who want to stop talking about it.
Put simply: to fulfill His purposes. From a biblical point of view, Jesus suffered for a purpose and Christians will too.
1 Peter 2:21 “…Christ suffered for you, leaving you an example, that you should follow in his steps.”
Romans 8:28 “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Him, who have been called according to His purpose.”
In this interview done by WORD FM, J. Warner Wallace of PleaseConvinceMe.com explains why when churches do not adequately explain the Gospel, the distinctiveness of true Christianity is lost. Listen here.
To explain the Gospel in a way that clearly shows the necessity of Jesus for salvation, please get Why Jesus in the sidebar.