No matter who you are, if you judge anyone, you have no excuse. When you judge another person, you condemn yourself, since you, the judge, do the same things.
We know that God's judgment is right when he condemns people for doing these things.
When you judge people for doing these things but then do them yourself, do you think you will escape God's judgment?
Do you have contempt for God, who is very kind to you, puts up with you, and deals patiently with you? Don't you realize that it is God's kindness that is trying to lead you to him and change the way you think and act?
Since you are stubborn and don't want to change the way you think and act, you are adding to the anger that God will have against you on that day when God vents his anger. At that time God will reveal that his decisions are fair.
He will pay all people back for what they have done.
He will give everlasting life to those who search for glory, honor, and immortality by persisting in doing what is good. But he will bring
anger and fury on those who, in selfish pride, refuse to believe the truth and who follow what is wrong.
There will be suffering and distress for every person who does evil, for Jews first and Greeks as well.
But there will be glory, honor, and peace for every person who does what is good, for Jews first and Greeks as well.
God does not play favorites.