He righteously judged the Pharisees by their dress.
That's called judging according to appearances.
Why are you making Jesus out to be a Hypocrite, you heretic?
Something He saw.
Judging appearances is not the same as judging based on appearances.
Quit conflating the two!
Now, answer this.
You seem incapable of following this discussion. I recommend you go back and read what I was responding to, and try again.
Scripture says the mystery was not revealed until Paul's conversion on the road to Damascus, having been kept secret since the foundation of the world.
You said it was revealed in Isaiah.
Who's right, you or scripture? It cannot be both.
It's completely relevant.
You seem to be having a hard time following this discussion. Please go back and read what I was responding to, and try again.
So Jesus was being a hypocrite?
Judging all things does not necessitate judging according to appearances.
That's rich, you telling me to read the context.
I'm FULLY AWARE of the context of John 7:24.
Then why did you quote Paul in response to W2G's quote of Jesus?
Talking out of both sides of your mouth, you make Jesus out to be a hypocrite!
Is it, though?
What if just around the corner there was someone preaching the gospel, and the person got saved, and hadn't yet had an opportunity to take off that shirt?
Hence, "do not judge according to appearances."
And don't use them to judge according to appearances.
Which you do.