It is not rare to hear and see generic comments about "others flaws." Hypocrisy seems to be at the top of the list of them.
Have you seen these comments?
“This world is full of hypocrites.”
And some variations:
“This world is so full of arrogant people.”
“This world is so full of false people.”
“This world is so full of stupid people.”
Well this is the plain, naked truth. Verify it easily at www.worldometers.info/br. Last time I checked it surpassed 7.2 billion.
Now go to www.lds.org/scriptures/bible and you'll understand why God came in the person, Jesus. We are a false, hypocritical, petty, arrogant, egotistical people. God's compassion was profound for his created ones. All of them, all of us. He provided the mirror to show us our flaws. Yet, the cross of Christ is where we direct our eyes so that we can view the perfect and authentic God-human. Jesus Christ.
This is not to say that justifying others' flaws or even tolerating sin is the message. Rather it is about pointing the finger at our own inner being. Looking within and knowing Jesus Christ, The Way, The Truth and The Life releases us from hypocrisy and all other finger pointing.
God transforms the world of hypocrites because of His love and forgiveness granted through faith in Jesus.
This phrase is generic. But there’s no doubt that its effects are specific, objective.
And permanent.
P  Lucas André Albrecht
Canoas ,RS, 
Text  edition:
Ms. Kim Starr
MA Practical Theology & Deaconess Certified
Pleasant Prairie, WI, USA
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