For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through him. Whoever believes in him is not condemned, but whoever does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only Son of God. John 3:17-18
Jesus came into the world to save it. Before He came we were in fact already condemned. Jesus cam to commute our sentence, to take our punishment and give us our freedom. This is not to say that at the end times Jesus will not judge all of us, He will, it is that at His first coming Jesus mission was salvation.
Each of us has a choice, we can either believe in Jesus or we can reject Him. God will not force His will on us. Each person makes the choice on his own. God does not condemn anyone to hell; He just respects the choice each person has already made. Quoting C.S. Lewis in his book “The Problem of Pain”, “Finally, it is objected that the ultimate loss of a single soul means the defeat of omnipotence. And so it does. In creating beings with free will, omnipotence from the outset submits to the possibility of such defeat. What you call defeat, I call miracle: for to make things which are not itself, and thus to become, in a sense, capable of being resisted by its own handiwork, is the most astonishing and unimaginable of all the feats we attribute to the Deity. I willingly believe that the damned are, in one sense, successful, rebels to the end; that the doors of hell are locked on the inside.” People choose to be apart from God and in so choosing, God sends them to a place where they will be eternally separated from God. We call this place hell.
Jesus goal was to make a path for us back to God, to allow us to be reconciled to Him. He came to save us not to judge us. He came to do something that we could never do on our own. He came to teach and bring us back to God’s Word. He came to show us God. He came to show us God’s love. He did not come to condemn. He came to save.
Have a blessed day,