Tuesday, September 3, 2019

The Judgement that Matters


When Jesus Christ told the Unholies wicked to get away from him on Judgement Day was it about love or forgiveness?

What was it about?

False ministers conflate or pervert forgiveness and love to allieviate their own guilt, cover-up their own sins and blame the victim (when these false ministers do not get their way, use false beliefs to suit their need to cover-up their own insecurities, sins and fears). 

On Judgement Day, who is judged? 

The deceased or Jesus Christ?

It is not about Jesus Christ's or the Lord's Love or power to Forgive, but the nature or character and soul of the deceased.

In life, you are responsible for the development of your character.  

In death, you are held accountable for your actions and character in life.

While you have time, if you sinned or wronged, you must confess, repent and atone.

As long as you try to be a better person and follow the law if the prophets, there will be consideration for those tries.

If you do not face your fears, insecurities, sins or failings and you commit harm to yourself and others, you will be held responsible in death if not in life.  

Who will be judged on Judgement Day?

Who's judgement, thinking or belief matters on that Day?

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