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I am late to this thread, but freshly meditating on the passage in Gen 18. Here's why I think God did NOT judge her for the cynicism and lying. She did not actually know it was the LORD at first. All she knew was that three strange men had come and Abraham was feeding them. They are outside the tent eating under a tree. She is still in the tent. She is ...
In this incredible story we see a tremendous clash between law/judgement and grace/forgiveness. I always wonder if Jesus simply began to write the 10 Commandments and each one of the accusers was convicted of his own "coming short of the Glory of God". Not only did Jesus mercifully forgive the woman but when He spoke, "sin no more" he imparted the ...
The deciding factor at the Great White Throne judgment is whether one's name is written in the LAMB'S Book of Life. Actually if a person's name had been inscribed there, he would have already been a part of the first resurrection. So this verse applies only to those who stand before the Great White Throne.
Two important things will happen to us at the last judgment that were not already done at our particular judgment. First, although our souls will already have gone to heaven (possibly via purgatory) or to hell, at the last judgment our bodies will be reunited with our souls, to join in their joy or suffering. Second, the last judgment will be public, seen ...
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