A thought from a man out of his mind. Just take a look at how a person is taking care of the things God has entrusted them with. We may say this or that but how we handle things shows proof of what we believe in our heart and it will always line up with what we say. For it is written: But what comes out of the mouth proceeds from the heart. Matthew 15:18. Before salvation and then After salvation we are given a new heart. For it is written: I will give you a new heart and put a new spirit in you; I will remove from you your heart of stone and give you a heart of flesh. Ezekiel 36:26 At this point and time God takes over and our bodies have been bought with a price and are no longer our bodies but God's. For it is written: Don't you know that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit, who lives in you and who was given to you by God? You do not belong to yourselves but to God; He bought you for a price. So use your bodies for God's glory. 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 We are given stewardship over the bodies that belong to God as well as all the blessings He pours down on us. First and foremost change starts from the inside and continues toward the outside. If a person does not have a relationship with Jesus or God then what they do and say will always be seen in how they take care of the their body and the things they have. A person that does have a relationship with Jesus and God Live by the Word of God and it shows by the way they take care of the body and things entrusted to them. Although God gives us “all things richly to enjoy,” nothing is ours. Nothing really belongs to us. God owns everything; we’re responsible for how we treat it and what we do with it. While we complain about our rights here on earth, the Bible constantly asks, What about your responsibilities?
     At no point and time do we have the authority to judge and condemn anyone no matter what we hear or see. We are only to be inspectors of the fruit that the tree produces. "Good things don’t come from people who are bad, just as grapes don’t come from thorn-bushes, and figs don’t come from thorny weeds. In the same way, every good tree produces good fruit, and bad trees produce bad fruit. A good tree cannot produce bad fruit, and a bad tree cannot produce good fruit." Matthew 7:16-18. We are commanded to 'Love our neighbor as our-self.' Mark 12:31 We are also to go and make followers of all people in the world. Matthew 28:19 Telling them about Jesus and what He has done for us. We are given the ability to see the difference in the fruit produced in order that we may know who it is that we need to tell and teach about Jesus. Who we are to love as Jesus has and does love us. When we see bad fruit being produced it should cause our hearts to be filled with compassion for that person or those people. The spirit of God should be moved within us and stirred to the point that we just have to go and speak with that person or those people. Just as Jesus was moved with compassion. When Jesus got out of the boat, he saw a large crowd of people. He felt sorry for them, and he healed the ones who were sick. Matthew 14:14
      In whatever you do, don’t let selfishness or pride be your guide. Be humble, and honor others more than yourselves. Philippians 2:3. Christ accepted you, so you should accept each other. This will bring honor to God. Romans 15:7. “When you give a lunch or a dinner, don’t invite only your friends, brothers, relatives, and rich neighbors. At another time they will pay you back by inviting you to eat with them. Instead, when you give a feast, invite the poor, the crippled, and the blind. Then you will have great blessings, because these people cannot pay you back. They have nothing. But God will reward you at the time when all Godly people rise from death.” Luke 14:12-14.
     We always need to remember that God and Jesus never pointed out to anyone our bad fruit or short comings. We also are not to point out others bad fruit or short comings to other people. By doing so we are stirring up strife and conflict among many and this God hates. So before you do anything think on what it is your about to do and line it up with the word of God and see if it is Something God would have you to do or if it is something that you are wanting to do in order to make yourself feel better about yourself or to make yourself look good in the eyes of others. Take a look in the mirror and see how it is that you are taking care of the body God has entrusted you to take care of and look at what you have been blessed with and see if God would be honored in knowing how well you have taken care of what He has given to you. I believe that when our eyes are open to see faults in others it is God's way of showing us the things that we need to work on in our on live's. When we have a relationship with God and Jesus we become stewards of all God has and He teaches us through His love and Grace as well as through others. May we one day be able to stand before God and hear the words,  ‘You did right. You are a good servant who can be trusted. Come and share my happiness with me.’ Matthew 25:21