What right do you have to judge or criticize others?
“When words are many, sin is not absent, but he who holds his tongue is wise” (Prv 10:19).
- The shallowest mind can be a master at criticism. —Reuel Lemmons
- People who criticize the loudest are usually the ones least capable of doing the thing they criticize. —Kathie Lee Gifford
- The world is full of people who claim the right to be extremely vocal in criticism and extremely exempt from action. —William Barclay
- Only the faultless have the right to condemn the faults of others.
- Criticizing someone does not make you smarter or better than them.
- Criticism is an indirect form of self-boasting. —Emmet Fox
- Criticism is the easiest and least-effective form of help. —Doe Zantamata
- Soiling another’s reputation won’t make yours clean.
“Judgment is without mercy to one who has shown no mercy” (Jas 2:13).
A statue has never been erected to honor a critic.