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Deuteronomy 19: 15-21 Never convict based on one witness. If an accuser is found to be lying, never show pity. The accuser should receive the punishment intended for the victim. Your rule should be life for life, eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot.

2 Chronicles 6: 22-23 If someone takes an oath of innocence before the Lord, then let the Lord judge between the accuser and the accused.

Proverbs 3: 29-30 Don't accuse people who haven't wronged you.

Proverbs 11: 9 Evil words destroy one's friends, but wise discernment rescues the godly. Be thoughtful and speak wisely, or hold your tongue.

Proverbs 11: 12-13 It is foolish to belittle a neighbor; a person with good sense remains quiet. Don't participate in this. A gossip goes around revealing secrets, but those who are trustworthy can keep a confidence.

Matthew 7: 1-5 Jesus said, 'Stop judging others, and you will not be judged. However you judge others, you will be judged the same way. Why worry about a speck in your friend's eye when you have a log in your own?'

Luke 3: 12-15 John the Baptist preached, 'Collect no more taxes than is required of you. Don't extort money, and don't accuse people of things you know they didn't do. Be content with your pay.'

Luke 6: 41-42 Jesus said, 'Why worry about a speck in your friend's eye when you have a log in your own? Hypocrite! First get rid of the log in your own eye; then perhaps you will see well enough to deal with the speck in your friend's eye.'

Luke 12: 57-59 Jesus said, 'Why can't you decide for yourselves what is right without going to court? Try to settle your matters before it reaches the judge, or you may be thrown into jail until you have paid the last penny.'

John 8: 1-11 This story tells of the woman caught in adultery who was brought before Jesus. The Pharisees said she should be stoned as written in the Laws of Moses. Jesus said, 'Let those without sin cast the first stones!'

Romans 2: 1-4 When you say the wicked shall be punished, you are condemning yourself. God will judge all people according to what they have done. He will give eternal life to those persistent in doing what is good. God does not show favoritism.

Romans 2: 19-24 Those who are convinced they are a guide for the blind and a beacon light for others actually dishonor God when they end up breaking the very law of God they teach.

1 Timothy 5: 19-20 Do not listen to complaints against a church elder unless there are two of three witnesses to accuse him. But anyone who sins should be rebuked in front of the whole church so that others will have a proper fear of God.

Results Can Vary: Common words are ignored (such as: "if, for, and, because, when, what, where..."). If a word is not found in our keyword database, that word is also ignored. For example, 'sowing love' could find a passage referring to forbidden foods listed in the Old Testament because 'sowing' is not a keyword and 'cloven' includes the characters 'love.' Finally, not all Bible text is searched. Only significant words are considered, although that list is being constantly refined.
Note to Readers: This is a condensed representation derived from several versions of the Christian Bible. Scripture and other information are presented here so readers can refer to and interpret the same passages in their preferred versions.
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