Yes, we most definitely will be judged according to our works1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22. While Paul usually speaks of our works being good or bad/evil1,4,10,11,17, Jesus3 makes it clear that the works (Paul’s “doing good”5 or “deeds in keeping with repentance”14 allowing them to “take hold of that which is truly life”17) must be according to, or approved by, God (which Paul states in terms of “knowing the fear of the Lord“1 and Peter does likewise15). It has always been so with God12,16,18,20,22, and actually how He defines His own “way”21. Likewise, Jesus’ multiple statements about this are unequivocal9,19 and Paul says there are “no exceptions”8. He further warns about being “deceived”11 into thinking the opposite might be true – a deception that could come from God Himself13!