Good or Bad
When Jehovah plagued the ancient people Israel at the Thirty-Second of Exodus, the King James Translation indicates it was because they made the calf which Aaron made. Though somewhat unusually stated, the passage shows that the people in general and Aaron in particular had made the calf. The people were guilty of conceiving and promoting the idea, and Aaron was guilty for agreeing to it and facilitating the matter. All were guilty and none functioned independently of the others in the committing of idolatry. Hence, all would be held responsible. At Second Corinthians Five, Paul the apostle wrote that we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ that each may receive what is due him for the things done while in the body, whether those things be good or bad.
Written by David Hayes Prophater