Are you angry with Me because I made a man completely well on the Sabbath? John 7:23
The religious leaders- the ones Jesus asked this question- weren't angry about the healing. They were angry about breaking the Sabbath. Observance of the Sabbath was their yardstick for holiness. If you didn't observe the Sabbath (the way they prescribed) then you couldn't be in God's righteous favor.
The religious leadership was perfectly in tune with one another. They held the same opinions, and acted as one. Except for Nicodemus and Simon, none of them are named. They were interchangeable.
Jesus was in tune with God. He was unique in His culture. People were irresistibly drawn to Him.
Do we ever take the role of the Pharisees and discount the good that a person or a group or a ministry is doing because they aren't doing it the "right" way?
Do we ever take the role of Jesus and do the right thing, knowing we'll be misunderstood?