I hope you can answer a question for me and if not, that's okay. I'm sure you're swamped.
I'm having a problem with 2 Cor 5:10. It seems like we're being judged for our sins even though we're forgiven--or am I missing something? I keep reading the whole chapter trying to make sense of my question but just can't. I went to bibles.net to get some commentary but it didn't seem to explain what it is I'm questioning.
Thanks for your time.
I don't confess to knowing a lot about this subject. One thing I know is that salvation is a free gift, appropriated through faith. Some people believe there will be "rewards" for those who were especially faithful. I don't know about that. I know you can't build a theology on one verse.
Another verse some people look to in this regard is:
I don't suppose I helped you much, but there you are.