To clarify, we have to be careful to separate the actions from the person. Christ was upset with the money changers because of their actions. To love a person in spit of their flaws, to look past them, is godly, but not easy. Its putting off the old and putting on the new. Sometimes I disapprove of people's actions and even get angry. That's on me; the old me. I have to quickly come to my senses, see that person as a child of God and to realize that they are forgiven. After all, who am I to held them accountable for the way they act when the Father doesn't? I have to see them as Christ sees them. That's what love is and that Christ's job to do in us.
Php 2:13 For it is God who is producing in you both the desire and the ability to do what pleases him.
Rom 13:14 But put on the Lord Jesus Christ, and make no provision for the flesh, to gratify its desires.
Lord, may we see with your eyes and speak with your lips.