"He who wants you to perish corrects you not."MN.
The current trend or feeling or flow in Christiandom is that we should not point out sins. It is being called Judging, self-righteousness, etc. It is now being said that there is a reason for everything and it is further said God understands. It ends up being placed in one of the many boxes of psychological justifications for sin.
If a young man decides to fornicate, it is blamed on other factors other than the truth of 1 Corinthians 10:13.
If a married man like myself decides to have an adulterous relationship, it will be blamed on other factors other than the truth of 1 Corinthians 10:13.
If a young person decides to be be a homosexual, again it will be blamed on other factors other than the truth of 1 Corinthians 10:13.
Unfortunately, the consequences of sins are not as understanding as the reasons for sinning. They are real and hit as hard as they can -in this life and in eternity.
In Jeremiah 4:18 we see God telling the people ...
Thy way and thy doings have procured these things unto thee; this is thy wickedness, because it is bitter, because it reacheth unto thine heart.
Your ways and your doings have procured these things to you. We can't wish a way the law of cause and effect. We reap what we sow.
Israel at that point in time had sown wickedness and they were reaping its fruits.
It is sad that today we choose to let people live, suffer and die in their sins. The brotherly love of loving-rebuke and loving-correction is no longer fashionable.
It is very wrong to allow brethren to live in what God calls foolishness.
For my people is foolish, they have not known me; they are sottish children, and they have none understanding: they are wise to do evil, but to do good they have no knowledge. Jeremiah 4:22
He says we don't know him and we are wise to do evil but lack the knowledge to do good. What an irony!
It is our duty to continually rebuke, correct and stir one another to do good works. Hebrews 10:25.
If you come across me sinning, find a way of telling me not a way of avoiding seeing the evil. Prophet Nathan approached King David and wisely told him how wrong he was. He prompted him step by step to the point David judged himself.
It is a Christian's scriptural duty to correct, rebuke and stir brethren unto good works. It is neither self-righteousness nor condemning (judging) a sinning brethen. It is a mark of love. It is a deep desire to see that a fellow brethren is heaven-bound and shall not end up in hell.