Three Things You Will Not Hear On The Day Of Judgment

The concept of a coming Day of Judgment is not a fantasy or fable. It is a fact. Paul told the people in ancient Athens that God hath appointed a day, in the which he will judge the world in righteousness. (Acts 17:31). All people that have ever lived on this earth will be brought before the judgment throne of God, and His glorious Son will judge each one of them (Matthew 25:31-33).

1.  On the Day of Judgment, not one will say, There is no God. According to the Bible, this is what fools say while living in this world (Psalm 14:1). However, on judgment day this truth about God will be clear to all: He is (Hebrews 11:6). So then every one of us shall give account of himself to God (Romans 14:12).

2.  On the Day of Judgment, no one will say, One religion is as good as another. On that day all will know without a doubt that only through Jesus can people come to the Father (John 14:6). All will see that only those who are washed in the blood of the Lamb are redeemed from their past sins (Revelation 5:9), and the only way His blood will keep on cleansing a person is for that person to continue to walk in the light of His Word (I John 1:7).

3.  On the Day of Judgment, no one will say, I regret that I did my best to follow Jesus faithfully. Friends, the crown of life is for the faithful period! (Rev.2:10). It is the good and faithful servant who will hear on that day, Well done, enter thou into the joy of the Lord (Matthew 25:33). Regret such a reward? Never! Every service attended, every prayer offered, every minute spent in Bible study, every visit made, every mile driven or walked for the Cause all of this and so much more will make us think, as the old hymn says, Heaven will surely be worth it all. May we all give diligence to make our calling and election sure (II Peter 1:10-11).