So then each of us shall give account of himself to God.
It’s a time ministers preach about, atheist’s dread, and no one escapes.
Christian’s will give an account, along with agnostic’s, Buddhist’s, Muslim’s, Satanist’s, Wiccan’s, and Secular Humanist.
Everyone will give a personal account to God.
The preceding verses of this chapter lead into today’s scripture.
Those verses talk about judgment of each other in things that do not matter.
Romans 14:2 For one believes he may eat all things, but he who is weak eats only vegetables.
Romans 14:5 One person esteems one day above another; another esteems every day alike.
What matters is Christ!
Even then, we judge one another in Christ.
One person believes in not drinking and another believes a little, modest amount is of no consequence.
I, personally, do not drink. I cannot afford to feed that beast. But it is enough to watch over me, much less me police everyone else.
I am accountable to God, just like everyone else.
Can we judge sin?
Is adultery, murder, and lying sin?
Yes, but we are not called to condemn the person doing the sin, for that person is condemned already.
We should be as Christ and give life.
We will give account to God on whether we spoke death or spoke life.