He measured the wall on all four sides. Each wall was eight hundred
seventy-five feet. The walls separated the holy from the ordinary. Ezekiel 42:20 (TM)
The interesting thing about walls is that they separate, and man has proven to be an imperfect judge of what is holy and what is ordinary. We want to judge by appearances, but God tells us that appearances aren’t what matters – it’s the heart that matters. And yet, we can’t see and know a persons heart – not fully. We may see the fruit of a persons life and guess rightly the condition of the heart, but you still don’t know that heart – not fully.
The judgment seat is one big honkin’ lazy-boy, and there isn’t one human butt big enough to occupy it.
Jesus was very clear: