A hypocrite is blind to their own faults, although they can see the mistakes of others very clearly. Hypocrites define sin as the sum total of acts which they themselves do not commit. They are the ones who justify their sins, while condemning the sins of others. If we spent more getting our house in order, we would have less time to meddle into the affairs of others. When we fully realize that ALL have sinned, and that ALL fall short of the glory of God, we will be less likely to point accusing fingers, and more likely to offer a helping hand.
Lk 16:15; 2 Kin 20:1; 1 Thess 4:11; Rom 3:23; Rom 5:12; Mt 7:1-5; 1 Jn 3:17,18