Many have grown comfortable and have justified their own superiority complexes from the generationally cursed-fated actions of parents, leaders and peers. This helps them to develop a lifestyle of noncommittal communication and intimacy with God. Because their hearts condemn them, their confidence in prayer is weakened. They become prayer cowards and double-mindedly deceive themselves (James 1:22), and lower the expectations of others. Asking God for something becomes like rolling dice. They have an expectation of some form of damnation from sin-consciousness, instead of God consciousness. They accept and immorally teach that the idea of sinning everyday is normal and expected, and find other mediocre church affiliates who feel the same way and attempt to adjust bible scriptures for agreement with their philosophy (Col 2:8, 2 Cor 5:17). This life of finger pointing leads to the automation of condemning others as they have condemned themselves. (When you point the finger at someone, you have three pointing back at yourself).
The condemners can come in the extreme form of Cain, or mob crucifying terrorism, who have not embraced love, but a lifestyle or religion that allows the comforts of worldly living and lust. It may come in a light form of gossip, or reading unfavorable stories of leaders and celebrities. It may be seen in speaking against a preacher who made a mistake or doesn’t agree to the set of their rules. It could happen with a spouse that discourages instead of being consistently encouraging, and speaking power and vision into their life (Prov 18:21) to their covenant partner. A condemner will seek his own promotion and superiority and have a false sense of humility (Luke 18:11). The garbage dumped on them by the accuser, will be dumped out on all.
It is not only remembering the past, that can make ourselves feel potential condemnation, but remembering the past of others; to accuse or condemn them in the judgment of our own minds (Matt 7:1-5). Since we were born for eternal purposes, we can look at the bigger picture and see things the way God does (Phil 2:5). When you can give a condemner enough Light, the Truth will make them free (James 5:19, 20, John 8:36)
“For if our heart condemn us, God is greater than our heart, and knows all things. Beloved, if our heart condemn us not, then have we confidence toward God. And whatsoever we ask, we receive of him, because we keep his commandments, and do those things that are pleasing in his sight.” I John 3:20-22