What Jesus teaches about Judgement?

What Jesus teaches about Judgement?

Christians believe that God has always existed as judge over his creation. God’s judgement is a process that ends in a decision about whether a person is worthy of his reward (Heaven) or not (Hell). Others believe that all souls must wait until the Day of Judgement, when they will be judged together.

Where in the Bible does it say Jesus will judge us?

John 5:26-29
Jesus said that everyone who has died will be raised from the dead and be judged (John 5:26-29). So, all of us will stand before the “Christ as Judge.”

What is God’s judgment?

In Catholic doctrine, divine judgment (Latin judicium divinum), as an imminent act of God, denotes the action of God’s retributive justice by which the destiny of rational creatures is decided according to their merits and demerits.

Who is the Heavenly Judge?

In the heavens, the Lord (or Ancient of Days) is the Judge who renders the verdicts. The bible backs this up in Psalms 89:14 where it says “Righteousness and justice are the foundation of your throne.

What is it called when the judge makes a decision?

judgment – The official decision of a court finally determining the respective rights and claims of the parties to a suit. jurisdiction – (1) The legal authority of a court to hear and decide a case.

What is God’s punishment?

Divine retribution is supernatural punishment of a person, a group of people, or everyone by a deity in response to some action. Sight of God’s supernatural works and retribution would militate against faith in God’s Word.

What is the Judgement after death?

Many Christians believe that after death, they will be taken into the presence of God and they will be judged for the deeds they have done or failed to do during their lifetime. Some Christians believe that this judgement will happen when they die.

1) God will judge every sin, and He will judge every sin no matter who you are (2 Tim 4:1; Rom 2). 2) Jesus teaches us to — in love — tell fellow believers about their sins. In John 7, Jesus states that we should “judge with right judgment” and not “by appearances” (John 7:14).

What does Bible say about condemnation?

“For I will forgive their iniquity, and I will remember their sin no more.” Whoever believes in him is not condemned, but whoever does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only Son of God.

Why is God forgiveness so important?

When we forgive someone we are being obedient to the word of God. It is important that we obey the commands of the Lord. 1 Samuel 15:22 KJV Behold, to obey is better than sacrifice. Being obedient shows that we love and trust the Lord that what His word says is for our own good.

What did Jesus say about forgiveness in the Bible?

Touching on forgiveness, He exhorted his hearers to forgive their transgressors as God had also forgiven them. However, if they refused to forgive those who have offended them, then God would not forgive them (Matthew 6:14, 15; Luke 17:3). Elsewhere He said, “forgive, and ye shall be forgiven” (Luke 6:37).

What does the Bible say about Hell and judgment?

In Mark, Jesus spoke of hell in the following passages: Mark 3.28-29, 9.43-48. In Luke, He taught about hell and judgment in Luke 10.14-15, 12.4-5, 13.24-28, 16.22-28. And finally, in John, John 5.28-29. Since Jesus spent so much time warning us of hell and judgment we do well to pay attention.

What does the Bible say about the Unforgiving Servant?

In the parable of the unforgiving servant, Jesus tells the story of a king who forgives an indebted servant (Matt 18:23-35). But the servant is unchanged by the king’s grace. By choosing to remain graceless and unforgiving the servant reveals his contempt for the gift and the giver. He does not, “Forgive as the Lord forgave you.”

What did Jesus do to the woman caught in adultery?

This is clearly demonstrated in His dealing with the woman caught in the act of adultery in John 8:1-11. The story of the woman caught in the act of adultery portrayed Jesus as a man full of mercy, love, grace and forgiveness.

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