for it is not the hearers of the Law who are just before God, but the doers of the Law will be justified. -Romans 2:13
I'm wondering what "justification" means in this verse. Does it have the same meaning as it does in Romans 4? If so, why would be we justified more than once (once at regeneration and again at the final judgment)? I understand that the text is saying that "those who do the law will be justified," as opposed to saying "doing the law makes your justified." However, why does it say that the doers will be justified? Seems like the doers of the law are already justified. Anyone wanna comment?