Updated: May 4
“I heard a woman say not long ago, "Well, praise Yahuah. I'm glad I don't have to account for anything when I go to heaven. There is no condemnation for those who are in MASHIACH YAHUSHA." Wait a minute, you can never isolate a scripture by itself. There's no condemnation for our past sins, and I'm sure we are all mighty glad of that. But Yahuah was always saying to Israel, "Remember when thou was a bondsman in Egypt ...remember your sin...remember your iniquity."
You might say, "It doesn't say the Believers are going to be judged out of the books." Yes, I think it does. Where?
In Malachi 3:16. It says that Yahuah has a Book of Remembrance, and I think it would do you good before you go to bed every night this week to ask Yahuah, "What did You put in Your book today for my life?" It doesn't have to be some outward act. You can worship Yahuah on a tractor. It may not be the best way, but you can do it. The Bible says that "we shall all stand before the Judgment Seat of Mashiach" (Rom. 14:10 ). I think that scripture means just what it says.”