How will he do? Will they like him? Will he outshine others in his same position? Will he walk the right way? Talk the right way? Show his athletic ability and agility the right way? Is he big enough? Is he fast enough? Is he strong enough?
As quickly as I thought of these questions, they left my mind just the same. Of COURSE he will do well! Doing your best is what he was taught to do! Of course he will pass Judgement Day because he has been taught how to fight through adversity, how to win people over, how to believe in yourself so others do too. He has been rejected, many times, and even told "you can't." Regardless of his circumstances and what people have said about him throughout his playing career, he has always persevered and shined in the end. He has proven many people wrong when they said he was too heavy, too tall, too slow, feet too big, and the one that still makes me scratch my head, not hungry enough. I laugh at this notion because not everyone that is hungry begs for food. Some people that are hungry learn how to fish so they are never hungry again.
So what is Judgement Day? It's an opportunity to show how much you believe in yourself, how confident you are and how well you have prepared to influence others of your belief. Judgement Day is not for the task at hand, but for displaying the blessings that GOD has bestowed upon you, and as His will, will be witnessed and received by all that are judging you. That, my friend, is Judgement Day.