The WPC community will undoubtedly recall the Jesus statement quote in Matthew 25:31-46, here, about how he separates the sheep from the goats—by determining who fed the hungry, clothed the naked, etc. This episode says, in effect, the separation will be made by what a person did in life. Significantly, what is not stated in this episode is any role for "belief" whatever exactly that is.
I think this is a very Jewish way of thinking. That should not be surprising because Jesus was a Jew.
A similar story is told in the Jewish tradition by midrash. Back in 2007, I found this offering in Reform Judaism’s Ten Minutes of Torah. Unfortunately, I could not find the link today but I had copied the text of the offering and therefore offer it here:
April 12, 2007
Week 177, Day 4
24 Nisan 5767
Life after Death: Open the Gates of Righteousness
Midrash, Thillim Rabbah 118:19
At the time of judgment in the future world everyone will be asked, What was your occupation? If the person answers, I used to feed the hungry, they will say to him, This is Gods gate; you who fed the hungry many enter. I used to give water to those who were thirsty-they will say to him, This is Gods gate; you who gave water to those who were thirsty may enter. I used to clothe the naked-they will say to him, This is Gods gate; you who clothed the naked may enter and similarly with those who raised orphans, and who performed the mitzvah of tzedakah, and who performed acts of caring, loving-kindness.