A woman caught in the act of adultery was brought to Jesus. The Pharisees wanted Jesus to endorse her being stoned to death, but Jesus bent down and started writing in the sand. Then He stood up and vocalized his writing: "If any one of you is without sin, let him be the first to throw a stone at her."
After those sobering words the woman was left alone in the company of Jesus who exonerated her. The question is: How forgiving are we with people who trespass our moral codes? When we look for the splinter in another's eye, can we truly say that we are without sin? Is it okay to start a fire in another's backyard, in order to cause distraction from our own transgressions?
Think about what Jesus wrote in the sand. We all live in glass houses, period! Let's consider seriously WHAT●WOULD●JESUS●DO, before we start picking up ammo for a stone-throwing party!