The Day of Judgement – What Will It Be Like?


Allen: “Please God! I’m so sorry for ev-…” [Beast approaching] Allen: “The presence.. behind me..” Allen: “I have to run-.. run now!” Allen: “But I can’t move!” Allen: “God please!” Allen: “I can’t-.. I can’t-.. move!” Allen: “GOD! PLEASE!!” [Beast stops] [The beast is frightened] [The beast starts running away] Allen: “What?” Allen: “The beast is-.. is gone..” *soft gasp* Allen: “A tall man-.. robed in alabaster.” Allen: “So out of place in here..” Tall Man: “Allen, please come with me.” Allen: “Who-… who-.. who are you?” Tall Man: “Are you with me?” Allen: “Yes-…. I-..am.” Allen: “Who are you?” Tall Man: “My name is not to be
revealed in this setting.” Allen: “You’re an-.. you’re an angel!” Angel: “I am honored to serve the Son,
who rules from the White Throne.” Allen: “That place back there-.. why did I have to go there?” Angel: “You were waiting.” Allen: “Waiting? Waiting for what?!” Allen: “Whoa..” Allen: “This-.. this is beautiful.” Allen: “It’s more incredible than I-.. I had imagined.” Allen: “And yet somehow it’s-…. it’s terrifying.” Angel: “You are about to enter the
Great Hall of the White Throne of Judgement.” Angel: “The Son who sits on the
throne has beheld your heart.” Angel: “He knows your innermost thoughts and desires.” Angel: “Nothing is hidden.” Allen: *quick inhale* Allen: “Alright..” Angel: “You will approach when your name is called, at the gold rail you will kneel, where you will have a chance to address the
Son of the Most High; the King of the Universe.” Allen: “Wait.. you-.. you’re saying then that-.. this will decide whether heaven or-..” Angel: “As it is written: ‘This is the most decisive and
solitary moment you will ever face’.” Angel: “Did you not read in Eternal Scriptures of the King’s Judgment Seat?” Angel: “Knowing therefore the terror of the Lord, we persuade men.” Angel: “May your name be found.” Allen: *sighs in awe* Allen: “It’s so… vast!” Allen: “The ceiling must be a thousand-.. No-.. Five thousand feet high!” Allen: “It’s all so-… it’s all so magnificent!” Allen: “It’s so beautiful!” Allen: “God’s love..” Allen: “And yet somehow I feel-… a holy-… a holy sacred-… fear.” Angel: “Come.” Allen: *sigh* – “All the things I worried about…” Allen: “How are we ever gonna pay this off?” “Jeff, when are you gonna
shave that thing off your face?” “The Board says they’re going to evaluate my performance over the last two years.” “Terry, do you see a gray hair-.. yeah, right there.” “Greg! I’m gonna have to declare
your room a national disaster area.” “Ugh! I think these pants must have shrunk in the wash.” Allen: “Oh, distractions… foolishness!” Allen: “This is the moment I should have cared about..” Allen: “This is the moment that should have
consumed me all my life!” Allen: “This is the moment I should have prepared for!” Allen: “My encounter with-…” Allen: “Him.” Angel: “Prepare yourself.” God: “Hal Newman!” God: “It is now time to give an
accounting of your time on Earth.” Allen: *sigh of relief* – “You’ll be alright my friend.
You’re one of the godliest men in my church.” Allen: “If you aren’t accepted, then all
my work has been for nothing.” Hal: “I’ve uhm-…I served you Lord. My whole life has been about serving your name.” Hal: “It’s uh-.. it’s been an honor my Lord.” God: “Gabriel, is the name Hal
Newman found in the Book of Life?” Hal: “Oh, what a blessing to be here to
witness this. To see the reward of-..” Gabriel: “No. It is not my Lord.” Allen: “WHAT?!” God: “Hal Newman, you are guilty of denying Me. You will be taken to the Lake of Fire where you will spend eternity away from My presence, Hal: “No, I-..” God: in the company of Satan and his demons, and all those who have denied Me.” Hal: “But LORD, how have I denied you?! I-.. I accepted you as a boy!
I-.. I’ve been a Christian my whole life!” Hal: “How can this be?! Why??” God: “Gabriel! Reveal the works of his life.” Gabriel: “Yes, my Lord.” Hal: “Here’s what you do: Give this envelope to my good buddy down at the Planting Commission, and he’ll turn his head the other way. Just long enough for us to get the go-ahead
to break ground on the project. It’s that easy.” Hal: “Wait, I can get deciding from that low?
Sure! I understand, only good for five or six years? Yeah well hey, I’ll be retired by then.” Hal: “Stanley, relax my friend. I’ve got several
places we can hide the money alright? Didn’t you know I’m a CPA?
Yeah, a created person with accounting.” Hal: “Dear God..” God: “Hal, I would have gladly forgiven you of these deeds.
I died to give you that chance.” God: “If you had come to Me with a broken and contrite heart,
I would’ve erased these deeds from all memory.” Hal: “But Lord..” God: “But you never knew Me. And these deeds are
merely evidence of what was in your heart all along.” Hal: “I’m so sorry…” God: “I gave you many chances to repent in life,
but out of your pride, you refused.” God: “You prayed a prayer,
decades ago… but it meant little.” Hal: “What?! I-.. I-..” God: “You never followed Me. You never knew Me!” Hal: “But Lord! I did many good things in Your church!” God: “Why do you call me ‘Lord,’
and yet you fail to do what I told you?” God: “Hal, you have never been Mine.” Hal: “Lord..” God: “Now you must go away, for your deeds are evil.” Hal: “LORD…” God: “Bind him hand and foot.” Hal: “NO!” God: “Take him away! Cast him into outer darkness, where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth!” Hal: “No.. NO!! NO, PLEASE!! No-.. No-.. No! No-.. No! NO!! NO DON’T!! NOOOOOOO!!!” [echo] Allen: “Hal! Hell? I-.. I can’t believe this! A man
who spent his entire life in church! Why?!” Angel: “Even now your friend curses at God; curses at you.
That has been your friends true nature all along.” Angel: “It is now revealed.” Allen: “What was that?” Angel: “Time. Moving. We are in the fullness of time,
and are moving about its corridors.” Angel: “This is the same sensation the Apostle John experienced, when moving through the events in the book of Revelation.” Angel: “When you are no longer confined to time,
you see things you wouldn’t have seen otherwise.” God: “Carrie Knowles!” Allen: “After what happened to Hal, I was
relieved to hear Carrie’s name called.” Hal: “I watched Carrie step forward, and I
thought back to images of her holding a crying baby at church, or taking
a-.. a little toddler by the hand.” Allen: “Carrie was an amazing woman.” God: “Gabriel! Reveal the works of her life.” Gabriel: “Yes, my Lord.” Carrie: “Did you hear about Pastor Allen?
He took up with that trashy little worship singer.” Carrie: “Everybody knows they spent the night
together in some love nest in Cairo.” Carrie: “You can’t tell anyone. It could ruin a marriage.” Carrie: “Now I’m not here to gossip, but if you’re
thinking of making that woman head of preschool, there are some things you should know.” Carrie: “I’m just sharing these things out of concern. After all,
she is part of the church ministry, so she really needs our prayers.” Allen: “I had no idea. She was the source of all those nasty rumors.
Terry warned me about her… something she felt.” God: “Carrie Knowles, it is time to
account for your stewardship.” Carrie: “Yes, my Lord.” Carrie: “My Lord, please.. those statements.. they were taken out of context.” Carrie: “The children, they were my joy, my greatest concern.
I gladly served You. I really-..” God: “Carrie, did you not hear My word when I said:
‘Not all who sound religious are godly people. They may refer to Me as Lord, but their heart is far from Me,
for they are unwilling to obey My Father.'” Carrie: “Un-..Unwilling to? Now-..now hold on here!” God: “Gabriel, is the name Carrie Knowles found in the Book of Life?” Carrie: *heavy breathing* Gabriel: “No.” Carrie: “What?” Gabriel: “It is not my Lord.” Carrie: “WHAT?!” Carrie: “Lord, I’ve been nothing but a servant.
For as long as I can remember.” God: “And you already received your
full reward for that service Carrie.” Carrie: “That’s it? That’s all the thanks I get?” God: “Carrie, My word is clear about the seven things I hate,
and the seventh, which is an abomination, is sowing discord among brethren.” God: “Again I state in My word that I cannot
tolerate those who slander their neighbors!” Carrie: “Didn’t I pray?
Didn’t I ask forgiveness of my sins?” God: “You did! But Carrie your heart was far from Me.” God: “You stated ‘you knew Jesus,’ but you never came to
Me with a humble and contrite heart for salvation.” Carrie: “That’s not true.” God: “Therefore, My life was never imparted to you.” Carrie: “But I prayed! I already did-..” God: “YOU TRUSTED IN YOUR WORKS!” God: “It’s a substitute for a genuine relationship with Me.
My word is clear on that Carrie.” God: “You are not justified by works.” God: “If you had sincerely given your life to
Me, your life would have shown a changed nature.” God: “You would have loved what I loved;
hated what I hated! That is the evidence!” God: “It isn’t the works Carrie, it’s the heart.” Carrie: *short breathing* God: “You do not know Me Carrie,
and I do not know you.” God: “My word is clear; you have made your choice.” God: “Therefore, you must depart from Me
and go to your eternal punishment.” Carrie: “Now You-.. You just wait here..I-..” God: “You must go to the place reserved for those who reject Me.
For many are called, but few are chosen.” Carrie: “Get these off me!” Carrie: “I said, GET THESE CHAINS OFF ME!” Carrie: “NOO!!” Carrie: “WHAT KIND OF GOD ARE YOU?!” [falling screams] God: “Allen Rockaway, come before My throne.
It is time for you to give an accounting.” God: “Allen Rockaway, it is your time to give
an account of your stewardship.” Allen: “Thank You, my Lord.” Allen: “I-..I don’t suppose it counts for much,
but as You know, I was a Pastor for most of my life.” Allen: “Almost thirty years.” Allen: “I led many people to accept You as their Savior!” God: “Yes, but did you?” Allen: “Did I what Sir?” God: “Accept Me as your Lord and Savior?” Allen: “Well that goes without saying.” God: “No Allen. It does not go without saying.” God: “How did you live your life?” Allen: “Well-.. I-…Lord-..” God: “Gabriel, is Allen Rockaway prepared to enter My Kingdom?” Gabriel: “No my Lord, he is not.” Allen: “But-.. but Lord, I served You. I healed people in Your Name.
I baptized, I prayed, I taught Your word.” Allen: “I devoted my life to Your cause!” God: “Here are your deeds, Allen.” God: “Gabriel!” God: “You had justified your divorce of
Terry before your Elder Board.” Allen: “Look, like any other man, I have needs.
Jesus understands that.” God: “And before your church.” Allen: “Forget the angry; vengeful God of your childhood,
of your negative and false impressions, I’m preaching grace! Allen: “Just look out these windows and ask yourself:
‘Does the One who created the Rocky Mountains, want His highest most beloved creation
to live in a dark box of do’s and don’ts?” Officiator: “Oh Lord, we thank You for the sweet slow journey
You led Allen and Jenny on, to find each other, this special day.” God: “You did all these things in My Name Allen,
and yet I knew you not. My life was not within you.” God: “I could have and would have forgiven all these things,
but you never had a repentant heart.” God: “Instead, you preached what would make you popular and successful. Empty words that allowed people to live comfortably, but without fruit.” Allen: “No…” God: “You neglected to teach your people
what it truly means to follow Me.” God: “To love Me with all their heart, soul, and might!” God: “You even paraded your adultery, and the
destruction of your family before the church, justifying it in My Name!” THIS! WAS! AN! ABOMINATION! Allen: “Lord….” God: “Had My life been within you, you would not have
gone so boldly into adultery against My word.” God: “When I was on Earth, My words were clear.” God: “Whoever divorces his wife, except for sexual immorality,
and marries another, commits adultery.” Allen: “But-..” God: “Allen. My word also says there is
evidence for those who truly know Me.” God: “If they know Me, they will
keep My Commandments.” God: “If they break My Commandments,
they will confess their sins and repent.” God: “You never confessed or repented
from your sin. Rather, you justified it.” Allen: “But Lord, King David committed
adultery and you forgave him..” God: “David sincerely repented, and that is why he
rests in his reward today. But you did not..” God: “You continued to twist My word to justify yourself, and worse yet.. you preached it to
the Sheep I had entrusted to you!” Allen: “Bu-..but-.. I too was deceived! I was led astay!” Allen: “I simply preached what I knew, and I-.. didn’t-.. realize..” God: “I gave you Terry!” Allen: “I-… I don’t understand Lord..” Terry: “Allen, I’ve listened to your sermons
for years now and I’m curious.” Allen: “Hm?” Terry: “I-I-..I don’t think I’ve ever heard you use the word sin even
once in the last several years, or righteousness, or justice.” Allen: “And?” Terry: “Well you talk about how Summit Chapel is a
safe place to check out the faith; to kick the tires right?” Allen: “Right.” Terry: “But how does someone receive Jesus at our church?” Allen: “Terry, we’ve talked about this a hundred times,
the whole approach is to reach out to the seekers.” Allen: “We don’t want to pound them over the head with doctrine. It’s a gentle leading.” Terry: “Yes, but-.. but how do these seekers find anything?
There aren’t any calls for repentance, or-..” Allen: “Terry, look I’m not gonna debate you on this.
The problem is you’re still tied to the past; the old way of doing things; the dogma.” Terry: “But-but-..but it’s basic truth!” Allen: “Bottom line, you don’t get what my
ministry is about, and frankly you don’t care!” Terry: “No, I am asking basic questions
and you’re the one refusing to answer!” Terry: “Who’s the one who doesn’t care?” God: “Allen! You knew. You were
told, and you were warned!” Allen: “Lord..” God: “Did you not read in My word, that those were teachers
in the church, would be judged by Me with greater strictness!?” Allen: “Yes Lord, I did, but I believed
I had been called to this work.” God: “You were called.” God: “And it would’ve turned out differently if
you’d only surrendered your life and ministry to me.” Allen: “But!” God: “But now you must depart from me!” Allen: *quick gasps* God: “For My presence is not within you,
and your name is not found in the Book!” Allen: “Oh God!” God: “Bind him hand and foot.” Allen: “Please Lord…” God: “And cast him into deepest darkness.” Allen: “Deepest.. darkness?! My Lord! But wh-..” God: “When I was on the Earth I said:
‘Whoever causes one of these little ones to stumble, it would be better for him if a millstone were hung
around his neck and he were thrown into the sea.'” Allen: “I didn’t know-..” God: “For such persons I said I would
reserve a place of greatest torment.” Allen: “God..” God: “The place of deepest darkness!” God: “Take him.. away.” Allen: “God?!” Allen: “God!” Allen: “PLEASE!” Allen: “NO GOD, NO!” Allen: “NO!” Allen: “OH GOD!” Allen: “PLEASE!!!” Allen: “PLEASE LORD GOD, NO!!” Allen: “NO-O-O-O-O!!!” Allen: “NOOOOOOO!!!!!” Allen: “God No!!” Allen: “GOD!!!” [crying] Allen: “God….!” Allen: “God-..God You’re fading! Please No!
Your presence-.. it’s drifting away!” Allen: “This is the last time-.. I’ll ever see Him.” Allen: “EVER KNOW HIM!” Allen: “Why did I weigh such cheap shallow teaching?!” Allen: “Why was I so proud?!” Allen: “It was a simple truth!” Allen: “Why didn’t I listen to His voice?!” Allen: “My own pride!” Allen: “Why did I turn away from Him?!” Allen: “I missed it!” Allen: “Why did I reject His truth?!” Allen: “A FOOL!” Allen: “WHY DID I REJECT HIS LOVE?!” Allen: “A WRETCHED DESPICABLE FOOL!” Allen: “WHY DID I REJECT HIM?!?!?!” Allen: “WHYYYY?!?!?!?” [utter sorrow] Allen: “AH!..” Allen: “The Angel!” Allen: “OH PLEASE!” Angel: “Allen!” Allen: “PLEASE!!” Angel: “Take my hand!” Allen: “Oh please, thank you!! Thank you!” [crying] [breathing heavily] Angel: “Come with me, Allen.” Allen: “Wha-.. How?!” Angel: “What you have been through is real.” Angel: “If you lost your earthly life at this moment in time,
this would have been your eternal destiny.” Allen: “Wh-.. what do you mean? If I lost my earthly life?” Angel: “The Father allowed you to see what would have happened if
your son was not, at this very moment, rescuing you from death.” Allen: “Jeff!!” Angel: “Because of your son’s persistence and obedience to the urging of the Spirit, you are about to be spared.” Angel: “You see Allen, the Father is going to
allow you to deliver a message to the world.” Allen: “Whaa-…” Angel: “He is granting you a second chance.”

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  1. My website: Bibleapostle dot com says:

    Very short and to the point.

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