Sinners always condemn others as being “judgmental” when they are confronted with the truth.
In many ways I had achieved significant successes in the ministry. Yet years earlier, I had begun to make mistakes that will now haunt me for the rest of my life. . . . I never thought it would be me. Who among us does? I was so sure that I would not succumb to moral temptation, and that I had very little sympathy for fallen preachers. I shunned them as many have shunned me. . . .One day a lady in our church, whom I had led to the Lord, said something to me in a counseling situation that should have set off all kinds of alarms, sirens, and warning signs. Instead [I believed] I could handle anything and everything (John K. Hutcheson, Sr).