Indeed, 'May God have mercy on us all!' It is very easy to look at people and see their evil ways and open our mouths in criticism, but love them as Jesus loved them that is not so easy, it it? But that is what God wants and requires us to do. There are reprobates, who have been finally rejected by God like King Saul, but rarely are we given the eyes of God to see them as they are. For that reason since we cannot see all of their hearts we cannot reject them. We must continue to love them and pray for them and/or mourn them as Samuel did for Saul... until God clearly told him to stop. This is the charity (love) described in I Corinthians 13 that somehow must become a part of us.