Jesus said: “The Father commanded me what to say and speak, and I know that his commandment is eternal life.”
On a number of occasions, Christ declined to present Himself as the supreme judge which, in fact, He is.
Once, He told his audience that the Ninevites of old and the ancient Queen of Sheba would judge them, because these pagans had listened to, and heeded, the Word of God.
Christ told His faithful Apostles that they, His appointed teachers, would judge the Twelve tribes of Israel.
He asked an aggrieved plaintiff, “Friend, who appointed me your judge and arbitrator?”
And right before the Last Supper, the Lord Jesus insisted: ‘I came to save, not to judge. My doctrine itself will judge those who fail to heed it.’