From The Daily Spurgeon: The blood of Jesus hath a mighty tongue, and the import of its prevailing cry is not vengeance but mercy.
There is a judgment however that comes from violation (sin) of the principles set down in the new
covenant. One of the important things we all note is that we are not to judge lest we be judged. That subject according to what I was taught was to properly judge, but not unto condemnation.
Our use of judgment is to determine the factors that causes people and circumstances to exist (discernment). We are warned to not bring finality to what we judge, so we are told not to condemn. The judgment that comes on people is good and bad (blessings and cursings) according to the person’s decisions. Another words, people judge themselves to be guilty in the case of violating God’s principles. God doesn’t exact judgment directly. That is what sin is all about. We miss the mark or violate a principle. We bring judgment upon ourselves.
So, the blood doesn’t cry for vengeance. It paves a way to avoid it. Again, we choose our judgment by either accepting God’s favor through grace and mercy or we accept damnation. We choose by way of free will.