Read James 4 today.

James’ letter continued with a number of words of instruction for his readers.
I find these words interesting because of what they do not say. It does not say, “Do not let anyone judge you.” We are not being instructed to control someone else, but rather to place ourselves under control. It is our nature to become upset when we see someone else doing something wrong. What if we became upset when we did something wrong? What if we owned our part of the conflicts and challenges in which we find ourselves?
James 4:11-12 NLT
Don’t speak evil against each other, dear brothers and sisters. If you criticize and judge each other, then you are criticizing and judging God’s law. But your job is to obey the law, not to judge whether it applies to you. [12] God alone, who gave the law, is the Judge. He alone has the power to save or to destroy. So what right do you have to judge your neighbor?