"Neither do I condemn you; go and sin no more.”

Reflection from God’s pen

Beheld the setting of the woman that was caught in the act of adultery, her shamefullnes was publicised and guilt consume her as the piercing look of the bystanders penetrate her deepest shades. That was her biggest disgrace and biggest luck also, because she was never brought to the trial court but to the temple were the grace of one man abound and that man was Jesus. Jesus never looked at the woman as ever the Pharisees did. Accusers looked at her with loath and abhorrence, yet Jesus looked at her with deep mercy. People is interested of her condemnation, only Jesus figured her salvation. Apparently, there’s a close similarity between us and the woman, we bargain ourselves to the world, we are lustful to it’s pleasures, yet we are lucky that grace brings us to the cross where the savior’s mercy abounds. We must look on him so we’ll be pardoned. Though the world will judge our filthiness, Jesus is saying to us today, "Neither do I condemn you; go and sin no more.”