Our judgement of others is no service to Christ!<quoted text>For the sake of conversation, try to understand the levels of "judging," according to the bible.
One form of "judging" is "condemnation," which we're forbidden. It is this definition of "judging" that the biblically unknowledgeable automatically adhere to the term. The second definition, though, which many are unaware of (or ignore), is to "discern between right and wrong," according to the ways and thoughts of "God." Christians should admit that this discernment should always be, first and foremost, an honest evaluation of ourselves. On the other hand, though, it is the responsibility of every Christian to correct one another if it's determined that we're straying from the path set before us. Keep in mind that the final "judgment" isn't always a negative one. To proclaim another as "righteous," or "holy," or "spiritual," or even a "nice person," this is only possible by evaluating (or judging) the person.
It is ONLY by our example of the influence the Lord is having IN ourselves, that we can serve the purpose of Christ.