by Donald Cantrell

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Guilty, No Appeal, and No Acquittal (5 of 5)
Series: The End of the World
Donald Cantrell
Revelation 20:11-15

I - The Great Scene (11)
II - The Godless Summoned
III - The Grave Search
IV - The Guilty Sentenced

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Theme: ‘‘The Great White Throne Judgment’’


On November 2, 1994 the jury was selected for one of the most notorious trails in the history of our country. The opening statements were made on January 24, 1995 and the verdict of not guilty was announced to the world on October 3, 1995. Simpson was tried for two counts of murder, one of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and waiter Ronald Lyle Goldman. The world was shocked that Simpson was allowed to walk from the courtroom as a free man.

One of the greatest defense teams ever was assembled to try the case for Simpson. Robert Shapiro, Johnnie Cochran, Robert Kardashian, and F. Lee Bailey were some of the prominent lawyers on his team. This team of prominent lawyers also incorporated two other lawyers that specialized in DNA evidence. The lawyers found enough wrong doing in how the case was handled by the LAPD and created enough doubt in the minds of the jurors that the world was shocked at the preconceived verdict.

The bible tells us that the greatest trail to ever occur is still in the future of mankind. Once the millennium kingdom is completed, and the worldwide revolt of sinful man led by Satan is snuffed out, at that time God will cast Satan himself into the lake of fire; and then he will summon every lost person to his courtroom.

The unholy trinity is now in the lake of fire, every lost sinner since the creation of mankind is summoned to the courtroom. This will be the most horrific and most horrid scene the world has ever witnessed. The Lamb of God is now The Lion and his is not here to distribute love and grace; but to administer justice and judgment.

This courtroom will not be filled with lawyers a ...

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