Who Do You Think You Are? (17 of 20) by Stan Coffey
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Series: The Riches of Romans
Dr. Stan Coffey
I. PLACE OF JUDGMENT
II. PURPOSE OF JUDGMENT
III. PERSON OF THE JUDGMENT
A. JUDGMENT SEAT OF CHRIST
B. JUDGMENT FOR SIN
C. JUDGMENT OF SELF
D. JUDGMENT OF THE NATIONS
E. JUDGMENT OF THE GREAT WHITE THRONE
Take the book of God if you will and turn to the fourteenth chapter of Romans. Paul's letter to the Romans, the fourteen chapter beginning our reading at verse ten.
I want to speak to you this morning on the subject who do you think you are? Who do you think you are? Romans Chapter 14 Verse 10. Listen to what the Bible says.
"BUT WHY DOST THOU JUDGE THY BROTHER? OR WHY DOST THOU SET AT NOUGHT THY BROTHER? FOR WE SHALL ALL STAND BEFORE THE JUDGMENT SEAT OF CHRIST.
FOR IT IS WRITTEN, AS I LIVE, SAITH THE LORD, EVERY KNEE SHALL BOW TO ME, AND EVERY TONGUE SHALL CONFESS TO GOD.
SO THEN EVERY ONE OF US SHALL GIVE ACCOUNT OF HIMSELF TO GOD.
LET US NOT THEREFORE JUDGE ONE ANOTHER ANY MORE: BUT JUDGE THIS RATHER, THAT NO MAN PUT A STUMBLINGBLOCK OR AN OCCASION TO FALL IN HIS BROTHER'S WAY."
Of all the clever people around me here I most delight in me; mine is the only voice I hear and mine the only face I see. I'm afraid that is our attitude too many times as we get caught up in the pursuits of life and get so involved in self-gain and self-pursuit that we forget about the works and the needs of others.
One of the greatest problems we have as human beings is that problem of fault finding. It is so easy to see what is wrong with you and it is so difficult for me to see what is wrong in my own heart in life.
I think there are a lot of reasons we could give today as to why it is that we feel so compelled so many times to find fault with something or with somebody.
First of all we do it because it seems that we are under the impression that by pushing others down we can lift ourselves up. In other words by making someone else look bad we think ...
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