Ever wonder who came up with that saying? I hate that saying. I know God is our judge. I know that. But who would want something bad to happen to someone else. I hear that every day. I have even said it myself. Why? I think I did it to throw out that big "PRIDE". It's like throwing your weight around, like being big about something. "PRIDE" is often bad. I have often told my children this..."If you are too proud to say you are sorry (even when you are not wrong)...You are too proud". Is that not a true statement? Why would or could you not say you are sorry...Even when you have done nothing wrong? You could...if you loved God. I have many, many times said I am sorry when I was not at fault. We don't need to hate each other. We need to love each other. There is not enough love for each other. God commands us to love one another. I'll be the 1st to say that I haven't been the best at loving all the time. If you are like me, sometimes you can love someone from a distance. Right? And also, sometimes it is better to love that someone from the end of the road. So, I'm not yanking anyone's chain besides mine. I too am sometimes 100% guilty of not being Christ-like. But, I can say this, I don't want anyone to suffer. You can sometimes be your own demise!