61:2 O You who have chosen to be graced with belief! Why do you say what you do not do?
61: 3 It is despicable in the Sight of God that you say what you do not do.
Kindly explain above two Ayahs. Is it same as “Practice before you Preach”?
Does it mean a smoker can’t advise not to smoke, a couch-potato can’t advise regular exercise, a stingy can’t advise for charity and so on so forth.
In this way doesn’t all Muslims will lose the right to call for Islam or goodness, since no one is perfect except Prophets of Allah.
In any dispute this is most commonly used excuse, that since we are not so good Muslims so we should don’t bring Islam into this dispute or let us keep religion out of this matter?
So how to reason against such arguments?