Proverbs 28:23 He that rebuketh a man afterwards shall find more favour than he that flattereth with the tongue.
Hindsight often lends a greater perspective. We often say, "I wish I knew then what I know now" because looking back we feel we could have made a better decision.
Someone who is willing to take a stand in the truth and rebuke or correct a friend, colleague, or even an enemy acts in a role that has the potential for great future impact. Taking this kind of role in someone's life is often unwelcome and unpopular. It takes courage and strength of conviction, and will invite persecution and ridicule.
However, those are merely negative short-term affects, and that feedback falls upon Yahawashi The Messiah son of Yahawah The heavenly Father. if we are standing firm in the truth.
Hard truth delivered to someone who is in relationship with The messiah will find its mark, because God's Word does not return void. Be strong, courageous and speak the truth in love. Because God is LoVE ❤