God is My Judge

Bible Summary. God will judge us based on our faith in Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. God is the ultimate judge of what is right or wrong. God is the ultimate authority in our lives. God is the ultimate Judge in our lives as He alone decides whether we will have eternal life (Heaven) or eternal death (Hell). All of us will be judged by God for our sin. The only difference between the righteous and the wicked is that the righteous have accepted salvation in the form of Jesus Christ. See below for Biblical advice and scriptures concerning God being our Judge.

God, Our Judge, Our Lawgiver, Our King, Our Savior

God seated with Globe Sceptre, and Dove

The Bible Says That God is My Judge.

He will judge us according to the relationship that we have with Him. He will judge us based on our faith in Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. The question is did we put our faith in action, or did we reject the message of Jesus Christ?

See Scripture Commentary: 2 Timothy 4:1 advises us that God will eventually judge both the living and the dead.

If God is My Judge, Should I Judge People?

God is the ultimate judge of what is right or wrong. As His creatures, our purpose is not to upsurge his authority by judging people. Instead of judging people, we need to speak the truth of God's word and leave judging people up to God.

See Scripture Commentary: 1 Corinthians 4:5 tells us to judge nothing before its time.



God is My Judge, My Lawgiver, My King, My Savior.

God is the ultimate authority in our lives. God is the ultimate Judge in our lives as He alone decides whether we will have eternal life or eternal death. God is our Lawgiver because he is the ultimate giver of laws of what is right and wrong. He is King now. He was King in the past and He will be King forever. God is also our Savior.

See Scripture Commentary: Isaiah 33:22 tells us that God is the ultimate authority in our lives.

God is My Judge Who Will Judge the Righteous and the Wicked.

All of us will be judged by God for our sin. The only difference between the righteous and the wicked is that the righteous have accepted salvation in the form of Jesus Christ. The wicked will be judged by God for being unrepentant sinners. The righteous will be judged also for their sin, but they will receive mercy and eternal life because of their faith in Jesus Christ.

See Scripture Commentary: Ecclesiastes 3:17 advises us that God will judge both the righteous and the wicked.