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The Judgments of the Bible (Part 2)

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TEXT: Matthew 25:31-33, Jude 6, Revelation 21:11-15

So far, we have looked at four of the judgments spoken of in the Bible: The first is the judgment of the world's sin through the outpouring of God's wrath on Jesus Christ. The second is the era of self-judgment which goes on during the church age. During this era, God gives Christians and non-Christians the time to correct themselves and do what is right as it pertains to their lifestyle and accepting Jesus Christ as Savior. Then comes the judgment seat of Christ, which we talked about during our extensive series, the Rewards After the Rapture, when Christians will receive rewards for the work they do for Christ. Finally, we looked at the judgment of the Jews where Christ will separate those who choose to believe in Him as their Savior and Messiah from those who don't.
 
Today, we are going to look at the remaining three judgments spoken of in the Bible, however in the near future, by the grace of God I will deal with one these judgments separately and more fully and that is the Great White Throne judgment but for right now let’s look at the next 3 judgments:
 
1. The judgment of the Gentiles.

2. The judgment of Satan and his demons. 

3. The judgment of all unbelievers. 

What does our review of these judgments teach us? Well, we are shown that God is a just God -- a fair and righteous God. While it may often seem that evil people get away with doing evil things, and while it may seem that the devil has free reign on the Earth to do as he pleases, the Bible makes it clear that in a series of judgments, God will ensure that everyone who has ever lived will receive just retribution for their actions -- “vengeance is mine, I will repay.”

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