It is very easy to find fault in people. It is easy to judge them for their flaws or drive to conclusions that they are this or that kind of person without even knowing them truly, hearing their whole story, or even confirming if the statements being said about them are true or not.
I realized that this unhealthy skill of judging people comes easily to us when we are at that point of thinking that we are better than them or when we are so proud of ourselves.
I believe that judging others is not what God intended for us to do. If we are to compare ourselves to other people in terms of what they have or what they can do, it is as if we are complaining to God that we’re not this or that. This way, we would have missed the point of love.
John 3:16 “For God so loved the world…” The Bible didn’t say, God so loved the rich people in the world or the highly-educated people in the world or the hopeless people in the world. The Bible tells us that God loves all of us– no matter who we are or what we’ve done or what we have. He doesn’t look at those things about us and by His grace, He gave His only Son to save us. Isn’t it the point of love?