The Bible tells us a lot about the love of our brothers in Christ Jesus, about loving our neighbor as ourselves, about coping with them with all patience and love, and this is not something negotiable, it is something that we should practice in everyday life, because through this we show that we are truly saved people and that we do not pretend to be better than others.
The first thing we should know is that Christ bore us even though we deserved hell, He did not look at our defects, which are many, but He looked at us with eyes of tenderness to save us. In the same way we must manifest that love for our neighbor.
There are believers who do not raise their brother when they see them fall, but they begin to judge them and treat them with indifference, but that should not be the attitude, since if the righteous fall God raises them, then, who are we to judge that creature that God raises with love? Of course, we are talking about people who know how to recognize when they make a mistake and humble themselves before God.
The apostle Paul wrote:
1 Brethren, if a man be overtaken in a fault, ye which are spiritual, restore such an one in the spirit of meekness; considering thyself, lest thou also be tempted.
2 Bear ye one another’s burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ.
3 For if a man think himself to be something, when he is nothing, he deceiveth
To treat others with a quiet spirit is from God, so imagine, how can we say that we love God when we do not love our brother? Everything starts there, showing the love of God with others, letting those who have committed some fault know that we are also human and put ourselves in their place.
None of us is out to commit any mistake or sin, we are human and the evil dwells in us, therefore, we do not try to appear stronger than the whole world, we show humility in our lives and let us do not deceive ourselves pretending to be more than we really are.