Contributed by Terry Laughlin on Oct 6, 2017
The Bible holds a truth that is sure to be experienced by all who had lived before us, a truth for us all now and a truth for all who will live after us: - "...[mankind] is destined to die once, and after that to face judgment." (Hebrews 9:27) It is imperative, all of us must understand, now we
Contributed by Sermon Central on Aug 28, 2012
During the winter of 1951, a Montana café owner named Clarence Pellett pulled over to pick up a hitchhiker who appeared cold and frozen while walking during a snowstorm. Once in the car, the hitchhiker Frank Dryman pulled out a gun and ordered Pellett to get out of his
Contributed by David Rogers on Jun 3, 2007
On Judgment Day
Dedicated to my Brother in Christ Larry Livingston
There is a day
That is not too far away
When the clouds shall part
And in every man’s heart fear shall start.
Because on that day all shall see
Jesus the Lord coming on the billowy sea
Our hearts will tremble and be
Contributed by Sermon Central on Sep 13, 2002
Because of a minor infraction, a shipmate of mine aboard the USS Reeves, bound for Japan, was busted one rank, fined and given extra duty for three weeks.
Looking forward to celebrating his 21st birthday on July 22, he consoled himself every night during his extra duty by
Contributed by Bobby Scobey on Apr 28, 2010
It happened that a fire broke out backstage in a theater. The clown came out to inform the public. They thought it was a jest and applauded. He repeated his warning; they shouted even louder. So I think the world will come to an end amid
Contributed by Bobby Scobey on Jun 22, 2010
At a recent gathering of seminary professors, one teacher reported that at his school the most damaging charge one student can lodge against another is that the person is being "judgmental." He found this pattern very upsetting. "You can’t get a good argument going in class
Contributed by Paul Carlson on Feb 17, 2009
SADDAM HUSSEIN: A STORY OF JUDGMENT
It was in the desert area of Iraq. Saddam Hussein was found in a small hole in the ground, hiding like a rat, curled up hoping to elude capture by the American troops. He was found near a farmhouse outside the city of Tikrit, in a swift raid conducted without
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 12, 2007
"It is only an error in judgment to make a mistake, but it shows infirmity of character
Contributed by Chris Surber on Jul 7, 2008
At the heart of judgment is blame and at the heart of blame is a denial of grace. The heart which is filled with judgment says, “I am not worthy of grace and neither are you!” Our ability to forgive others is closely linked to our ability to forgive ourselves because both stem from our
Contributed by Sermon Central on Feb 10, 2009
So how does a critical attitude come back to haunt you? Here’s one way.
A man wanted to impress his friends with his eye for art as they went to an art gallery together. He forgot his glasses, was nearsighted, and couldn’t hardly see his hand in front of his face.
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 11, 2007
"In the average person, judgment grows automatically with years, while creativity
Contributed by Mark Eberly on Oct 27, 2008
POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS & WRONG JUDGMENT
Relationally, I think of assumptions as unproven conclusions. We draw conclusions based on our experiences, our perceptions, and limited information.
Sometimes misinformation. In my opinion, much of this year’s political campaigning has been about
Contributed by Sermon Central on Feb 6, 2010
JUDGMENT FOR YAWNING: IS GOD FAIR?
It’s a given that some judges in the American legal system are more severe than others. But Circuit Judge Daniel Rozak-—from Will County, Illinois—-may be the only federal judge who has sentenced a man to prison because of a yawn.
That’s right. In August of
Contributed by Tim Parsons on Dec 17, 2006
The final judgment will not take place so that God can determine the condition of each person's heart, for he had known the final condition of every heart before time began. Instead, the final judgment will take place so that God can display
Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Jul 5, 2008
"If there were no final, ultimate judgment day, then God's total knowledge of my life would not be so threatening. Or if He knew all things but were not all-powerful, I might be less intimated. Or even if He were omniscient and omnipotent but not altogether holy, I might have a chance to negotiate
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 12, 2007
"Life is made up of a series of judgments on insufficient data, and if we waited to run down all