Remind them to be subject to rulers and authorities, to obey, to be ready for every good work, 2 to speak evil of no one, to be peaceable, gentle, showing all humility to all men. (Tit 3:1-2)
Do not speak evil of one another, brethren. He who speaks evil of a brother and judges his brother, speaks evil of the law and judges the law. But if you judge the law, you are not a doer of the law but a judge. 12 There is one Lawgiver, who is able to save and to destroy. Who are you to judge another? (Jas 4:11-12)
The Scripture passages above remind us that we should not speak evil of anyone, but rather to be ready in every season for good work. We’re called to be peace-promoting, quiet, and unpretentious people.
Judge not, and you shall not be judged. Condemn not, and you shall not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven. (Lk 6:37) We’re not called to criticize or to assess other human beings! We’re told to judge ourselves first and foremost. (1 Cor 11:31)
For we all stumble in many things. If anyone does not stumble in word, he is a perfect man, able also to bridle the whole body. (Jas 3:2) The goal of controlling the tongue is a life-long goal that must be chosen for each and every day of our lives. If anyone should ever accomplish this goal, James tells us that we would be “perfect” or complete and mature.
Furthermore, we have no need to judge anyone because there is already a Judge Who is qualified to judge mankind, since He lived as a man on earth. All judgment has been committed to Jesus. (Joh 5:22)
We should not only avoid judgment but we should not speak evil of other people. We are to use our words wisely and to watch over them. (Ex 20:16; 23:1; Eph 4:29, 31; 1 Pet 2:1) God bless you.