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Matt 7
« on: November 30, 2006, 06:52:23 PM »

> Ray,
> I've been studying your websight for several weeks now and I'm seeing
> a lot of truth.
> Before I came across your websight I had already done a lot of
> studying on the millenial Kingdom. I already saw the truth about
> Overcomers and that Matt. 7 is not refering to saved and unsaved.
> My question is when will saved believers who are not overcomers stand
> before the Lord and When will Overcomers stand before the Lord?
> I currently believe that all believers will stand before the Lord at
> the judgement seet before the millenial kingdom and unbelievers will
> be judged after at the great white throne.
> Have you ever heard of Arlen Chitwood? You can find him on google.
> Can you comment on the "salvation of the soul"?
> th ankyou for the time and effort you put into your websight it has
> been helpful.
> Phillip
> Milledgeville, Ga.

Dear Phillip:

I don't see the "judgment seat" or bema as a literal court setting, seeing

that we are NOW being judged (I Pet. 4:17).  And we are to judge

OURSELVES (I Cor. 11:32-34).  If we are in the first resurrection,

then that is proof that we will be in Christ's Kingdom, or we would

not have been resurrected in the first place, so if there were an actual

judgment to take place, I think that it would go pretty well, or we would

be there!  I have thought about those verses (there are about 4 of them),

but I have never been asked about them before.

God be with you,


PS   Those not in the first resurrection, will however, come up to judgment

that will not go quite so smoothly.
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