"Who you seek to please here will determine what you hear there."
What he meant was that who we, as believers, seek to please here--God or men--will determine what we hear from God when we stand before Him--there. If we live our lives as followers of Christ, for example, in the context of husband, father, and pastor, and seek to please God by believing the inerrancy and sufficiency of Scripture as well as living like we believe it, then we will hear from God one day, "Well done, my good and faithful servant. Enter into the joy of your Master."
However, if we live our lives as followers of Christ in the context, for example, of husband, father, and pastor, and seek to please men by only giving verbal assent to the inerrancy and sufficiency of Scripture while compromising that "belief" with lives lived that bow to the wishes of men in disobedience to the commands of God, then I am not sure what we will hear when we get there, but I can imagine it will not be all that will want it to be.