Well, hello there I am glad you asked me this question because I was looking for a way to confront this topic. This may be the biggest issue because people are afraid of the judgment seat because of our imperfections. We really don’t know if we have sinned grossly or not and can’t expect mercy this is mostly what the fear of the judgment seat reflects. So how can I resolve the fear people have of their sins so we can move forwards to obtaining salvation?
The first thing to do is to recall Bible passages that help us acknowledge our sins as our own personal judge so we can prepare the mind to accept a sort of self-judgment.
What passage in the Bible helps us to see how to confront our own sins?
(1. Acknowledge that all people have sinned, those living and also those that have died, Romans 3:23 and Psalms 51:1.
How does Jesus Christ connect with salvation?
(2- Granted authority to forgive all sins, Mark 2:6–11. This passage expresses that forgiveness of sins have a physical effect on the body. So, we look for this power of healing and then we know that our sins have been forgiven because our bodies change and work perfectly.
Point one- We know since the arrival of Jesus Christ that God only works through Jesus, 2 Corinthians 1:20. Point two- Since Jesus Christ has died and offered the ransom all sins are forgiven no matter what they are, James 5:15. Point three- Almighty God works through the Kingdom of the Heavens to physically remove our sins by using the Ginkgo Biloba (Tree of Life), 1 Peter 1:5 and Jeremiah 31:31-34.
How can we become a judge of our own sins?
(3. The Law of Moses displays all sins of mankind ever, Torah five Books, Galatians 3:19. Those that practice sins willingly are considered law breakers, 1 John 3:4.
Point one- The laws are the perfect way to see God and it is our responsibility to know each law and how to avoid breaking them. Point two- The Law of Moses can help us be a judge by learning what sin is and becoming a skilled law follower. Point three- by learning the Law of Moses we can know how severe our sins are or if they are not severe, and where we can work harder to avoid committing a sin. In short this is how the Bible should be used and in summing up our main priority it is known as: