On June the 25th, 2009, Michael Jackson, (aka, the King of Pop) died from the use of the hospital drug Propofol. People worshiped and adored the man, though some didn’t like him. And even to this day, there are many events still offered up to his memory. However, the point we wish to present is that God doesn’t care if a person is the king of pop, the President or a hermit who lives in a low rent hotel. He will line men up and judge them all according to their works (John 5:22). There will be no lines for the famous, the rich, the poor or the disabled. It will simply be men and women standing before Him waiting their turn to be judged by their works which might be secret, public, good, or bad (Ecclesiastes 12:14; Hebrews 4:13; 1 Corinthians 4:5; 2 Cor. 5:10; Romans 14:9-12; Matthew 25:31-46).
In life, men adore the famous and rich and are prohibited from being near them. But at the Judgment Day, movie stars and athletes will be standing beside Mrs. John Doe and Mr Johnny Sixpack. God doesn’t care about elite status and everyone will be in the same class on the judgment Day. No autograph seekers will be there, no paparazzi, and no fainting teenage girls at the sight of Justin Bieber, Elvis Presley, or Rudolph Valentino The only concern will be, escaping from the fires of hell and making it into heaven (Luke 13:23-28).
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