When I was a young Christian who had never faced many temptations I found it easy to frown on people who fell into temptation. When I learned that someone I had believed to be righteous was guilty of adultry, I was horrified and judgmental. Mother sat me down and said, "No one can honestly say they would not give into the sin someone else gave into until they have really been tempted to do so, and not given into the temptation. It is easy, when you've never lusted, to say you'd never commit a sexual sin, because until you are in love, and hormones are running high, and you want to know the touch of a person you've never been tempted, and you've never had to overcome that temptation. Be careful that you don't judge someone based on what you think you would in that situation." Then she showed me the story of the woman caught in adultry. I've been thinking about that a lot. Who among us really think we have the right to throw stones?