"In all things, and in all our differences, we need to love one another and seek unity."
Let me clarify.
We seek unity on our commonality, Jesus Christ.
I also think that if we put as much time and effort into sharing the gospel as we do critiquing the body of believers, we would possibly see more souls bending a knee at the cross.
With this said, I am a bold truth-seeker and giver. It is my deep desire to see Christians maturing so that they can be free to get out of themselves and get onto the great commission...and any and all purposes that God has ordained for them. I am eager to see the imperfect, works-in-progress saints persevere in truth and love and grace.
It is not my duty to judge the motives of my brothers and sisters in Christ. It fact, I believe this is a great sin. It is, however, a saints calling to exhort and admonish actions when they are contrary to the Word of God. Having the responsibility to speak truth in love should remind us of how precious the Word that is entrusted to us. We need to know the Word, ask for wisdom, and walk in humility daily if we are to be the sweet fragrance of Christ, not only to a dying world, but to our adopted family in Jesus.
I also find it to be very prudent to know the difference between an opinion, a persuasion, and a conviction.
Opinion - A personal view, attitude, or appraisal.
Persuasion - A form or system of belief. Adamant about it.
Conviction - The state of being convinced or convicted; strong persuasion or belief; especially, the state of being convicted of sin, or by one's conscience. You can back it up Biblically.
I HIGHLY recommend you take the time to read the article, Glorious Grace, by Jasmine Baucham. Excellent.