God is our ultimate judge and we must remember what He says. The Apostle Paul wrote:

Anyone who does wrong will be repaid for their wrongs, and there is no favoritism. – Colossians 3:25 (NIV)

There are two aspects to God’s judgment. First, He sees everything that we do – right and wrong. God sees our good deeds as well as our sins and He will hold us accountable. No matter what sins we have committed, we all answer to the same judge.
Second, God is an impartial judge. Your race, gender, age, religious affiliation and economic status will not help you escape judgment. Whether you sit in the White House or live in the poor house, God will judge you on the same terms as everyone else. You will be held accountable. Everyone from the President to the pastor to the pauper will be judged by God. There is only one way to escape a guilty verdict and that is by God’s grace through faith in Jesus Christ. God’s love and grace covers over a multitude of sins for those who follow Jesus. Trust Him and not your good deeds to save you on the day of judgment.

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