by Jerry Vines

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Judgement Day Someday (27 of 32)
Series: Revelation
Jerry Vines
Revelation 20:11-15

To my mind this is the most awesome scene in all of the Bible. It is the Great White Throne judgment. It is enough to sober the most frivolous mind. It is a frightening, a serious, a solemn scene. I take no pleasure in dealing with this particular subject. But it is Bible truth and we must always face Bible truth. We must always study what God has to say about truth. So we come to the even in the future known as the Great White Throne judgment. That coming day of judgment.

The Bible teaches us that there will indeed be a specific day of judgment. In Ecclesiastes 12, verse 14, it says, "For God shall bring every work into judgment with every secret thing, whether it be good or whether it be evil." In Matthew 10, verse 15, Jesus said this. "Verily, I say unto you, it shall be more tolerable for the land of Sodom and Gomorrah in the day of judgment than for that city." In Hebrews 9:27 it says, "And as it is appointed unto men once to die and after this the judgment."

Somehow man knows instinctively that there is going to be a judgment. The truth of the judgment in the future is written deep in the heart of the psyche of all the human race.

Daniel Webster, the great statesman, toward the end of his life was attending a luncheon. One of the people asked him a question. "What was the greatest thought to ever pass through your mind?" To which he replied, "My accountability to God."

One of my favorite preachers was Dr. R. G. Lee, for many years pastor of the Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis. He has a famous sermon entitled, "Payday Some Day." All we young preachers used to try to preach that sermon. In that sermon he tells the truth story about a girl named Toni Jo who has committed murder. She was on death row and she was going to be electrocuted for her crime. On the day of her execution she was quoted as saying these words. "Somehow I knew all along that ...

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