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whether those things were so." Acts 17:11

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God's Throne of Judgment

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God's Throne of Judgment                                                       

                                                                                                 Dr. Robert Congdon      24:53

God's Judgment is something most people worry about some time in their lives. This session examines three judgments mentioned in the Bible: the Judgment during the Tribulation, The Judgment Seat of Christ (in reality the Bema and not a Judgment), and the Great White Throne Judgment (erroneously called Judgement Day).

In Part 1, Dr Congdon shows the false concept of Calvinism and clearly defines the biblical truth of God's thrones of judgment as seen in the very character of God and the demands for righteous justice. Using  Scripture he defines the fives steps of biblical judgment that leads to a separation from God if one does not accept God's gift of Salvation through the Lord Jesus Christ. Using the Apostle John's decriptions, the throne is described as revealed in Revelation 4.

In Part 2, Dr. Congdon explains why the Judgment Seat of Christ is not truly a judgment but rather an accountability session between true believers and their Lord, Jesus Christ, and is properly called the Bema Seat of the Bride (the Church - all true believers).

He then examines the difference between the Bema and the Great White Throne Judgment, showing why the Believer will not be judged at the Great White Throne of Judgment, contrary to the teaching of Calvinism that believers and unbelievers will be judge there. According to the Bible, the beleiver was judged at the Cross of Christ and will face no condemnation after they accept Christ as their Savior.