Faith, The Lifestyle of the Saints
The strength of God is beyond the consciousness of man, and the question presented is a good one, who are we to judge another man's servant? The context of this scripture has to be explored in the totality of Romans 14:1-23. The matter of contention is the differences between the Jews and the Gentiles who were both Christians and members of the Church. Today's riff would be the fractions of Pentecostals or the portions of Evangelicals.
It's a point of contention for the Human Factor to find differences on whatever level, color, creed, nationality, e.g., and when in Church universal, we find differences in Faith. James 3:1 recommends that "masters" will hold a greater responsibility in the judgment than the servants. Romans 14:4 demonstrates the reckless abandonment in the overt aristocratic commentary made about someone else's servant. This approach is almost identical to the one Satan makes about the redeemed to the Almighty Father. Who is better to judge us, than God Himself?
Who art thou that judgest another man's servant? To his own master he standeth or falleth. Yea, he shall be holden up: for God is able to make him stand.
The God of Glory, El Hakabodh (Psalm 29:3); we thank You for simplest of things, Your Faith. We praise You for the reckoning of aristocratic distemperment, where we see the demonstration of illness and discomfort. We decree and declare blessings upon those who serve The Master of Faith, so that; by Faith, we fall not under the law but unto the Grace of God. Now, for the sake of the Kingdom and the Glory of God, we petition, with anointing in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord, and Savior, Amen.