God’s Accounting System is LIFO

For those of you who are wondering, “What the heck is a LIFO?”, it is an accounting system for calculating the cost of goods being sold to determine the profit margin. Last In, First Out (LIFO) means that you calculate your profit based on how much it cost to produce the most recently manufactured products.

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We all know that God keeps a record of our lives, what we did that was righteous, and what did that was not so righteous. And when we come before him at Judgement Day, he reviews all of our activities. Normally, this should scare the bejeezus out of everyone, but those of us who have accepted Yeshua as our Messiah, and tried to live our lives as he did (which, for the record, is not a “Christian’ life, but a Jewish one) have him there as our advocate, and before we stand in front of the Lord, his blood will be sprinkled on us and cleanse us of all sin.

Or something like that.

But another thing that we have going for us is that when God calculates our sins vs. our mitzvot (in this usage, meaning good works), he counts the most recent activities first.

How do I know this? Because he said this is what he does, and told us about it through the prophet Ezekiel.

Just look at Ezekiel 18: the entire chapter is devoted to God explaining that he will no longer make parents suffer for their children’s sins, or children suffer for their parent’s sins. But more than that, he says that no matter how sinful someone had been in the past, if they do t’shuvah (turn from sin) then their sins will be forgotten, and their righteous acts will be how they are judged. And, if the opposite happens, where a righteous person begins to sin, his righteous acts will be ignored, and he will be judged on what he has been doing recently.

So, you see, God uses LIFO- no matter how sinful you have been, if you accept Yeshua as your Messiah, confess your sins and ask forgiveness by means of Yeshua’s blood, then you will be cleansed, and so long as from that point forward, you live as obedient (as you can) to the way God said to live in the Torah (and not what some man-made religion tells you), then all that you had done before will be as far from you as the East is from the West.

That’s all there is to it: your sins are not to be inherited by your children, neither will their acts of Tzedakah (charity) be credited to you: you will be judged solely on your own life, and so will everyone else.

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