Kim Kardashian Shares Message About Jesus Christ and Judgment

Kim Kardashian believes that people should stop judging others and re-tweeted a message about Jesus Christ dying on the cross to prove her point.

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Kardashian, the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star, re-tweeted a message from California Community Church pastor Brad Johnson about judgment.

"RT @brad_s_johnson: When Jesus died on the cross, He was judged for the sins of the world...court is no longer in session," the message re-tweeted by Kardashian reads.
"Stop Judging."

This is not the first time that Kardashian has shared her Christian faith with fans. While many remember the reality television star for coming into the spotlight after being featured in an adult tape, the reality television star has still been public about her church attendance.

The reality television star took to her personal Celeb Buzz blog where she let fans know that she was study the word of God while giving style tips last year.

"Malika and I went to dinner together and then Bible study," Kardashian shared on Celeb Buzz. "I love this slicked half-up hairdo because it gives you a sleek and sophisticated look. For my makeup, I went for a natural bronzed glow with Kardashian Beauty Cabana Bronzer. Xo."

Kardashian has been pictured attending services at Life Change Community Church in Agoura Hills, Calif., and even spoke about starting her own Bible study previously.

"On [my] way to church with the girls," Kardashian tweeted before attending a service for New Year's in January 2012. "I want to start a Bible study group with my friends."

Although Kardashian has been public about her church attendance on holidays, she has also admitted that going to her house of worship has helped her through tough times. After an activist hit the socialite with a flour bomb to protest her animal fur wearing ways, Kardashian admitted that attending church helped her through the ordeal in 2012.

"I would be lost if I didn't go to church to reflect back on my whole week," Kardashain wrote on her blog two years ago.