Those who have sinned outside the Law will also die outside the Law, and those who have sinned under the Law will be judged by the Law. It isn’t the ones who hear the Law who are righteous in God’s eyes. It is the ones who do what the Law says who will be treated as righteous. Gentiles don’t have the Law. But when they instinctively do what the Law requires they are a Law in themselves, though they don’t have the Law. They show the proof of the Law written on their hearts, and their consciences affirm it. Their conflicting thoughts will accuse them, or even make a defense for them, on the day when, according to my gospel, God will judge the hidden truth about human beings through Christ Jesus. (Romans 2:12-16, CEB)
When Gentiles who do not have the law do the law even without knowing it because it is the right thing to do prove the law to be written on their hearts.
It is not simply knowing the law, it is doing it. We will be judged by our actions. Even though there is nothing we can do to earn God’s love we should still love the world because God loves the world and God loves us. We should also love the world.
Be proof that God exists and loves all of creation.
Loving People. Loving God.