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"Judgment of the World"

Judgment of the World
Well I will assume many of you have already condemned the world to eternal damnation. So please allow me to share with you a verse from Psalm 9:8, "And He shall judge the world in righteousness, he shall minister judgment to the people in uprightness."

So God will "judge the world." This phrase comes from two Hebrew words that mean to judge by vindication or punishment along with the word that means "earth." So by using these two words God will either vindicate the earth or God will punish the earth.

Before you go running off with all that you have learned in church please listen:

First, remember the Lord's Prayer....... Thou Will be done in earth as it is in Heaven. God's Will is and always will and has been done in the heavens. What will one day come into being is God's Will being done in the earth. God's Will is that no man perishes but all men come into the reconciliation and knowledge of Him. Clearly sounds like vindication.

Second, the word Judgment needs some major explaining not according to the lies spoken of by hell, fire and brimstone but the Words of God. God said "All judgment is given to Jesus Christ" and "Jesus said he came not to condemn but so that the world be saved." Clearly sounds like vindication.

Third, John the Baptist said, "Behold, the Lamb of God that taketh away the sins the world." SO GET THIS STRAIGHT Jesus came in order to save the world, he came to take away the sins of the world and lastly he guaranteed to reconcile all unto himself in perfection. Well, please can anyone tell with all of creation perfectly reconciled to Jesus what is left to judge? Nothing because the judgment is in the vindication of all from sin and death! Clearly sounds like vindication.

God promised vindication so I am wondering which of you still believe God is a liar that will evoke eternal damnation? Just remember God said He will make end of sin, finish the curses, bring about everlasting peace and reconciliation, and best of all sent His perfect Savior in order to save the world.

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