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Great White Throne Judgement

Where does the Great White Throne judgement take place? In Heaven or elsewhere?

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Making your decision.

I do not have 8 more years to write endless scriptures down.

If you've made that choice, I am not responsible for it, you are.

Addicted to sympathy with unforgiveness towards family - singing an endless somebody done me wrong song...
---Cindy on 3/20/08

Addicted to sympathy, spending abnormal amounts of time with one's victims - anyone who will listen....

It's all a device of the enemy to release one from taking responsibility of making the decision to believe in God's Word and forsake all false religion that will leave you permanently without sympathy and remedy.
---Cindy on 3/20/08


It's curious that when Jesus seperates the righteous from the wicked, his criterion for doing so has nothing to do with knowledge, faith, piety, or correct theology.

In fact, the wicked were all boasting about performing many great spiritual works.

However, the sole criterion he uses is on how people showed love to their neighbors (or failed to do so).
---StrongAxe on 3/20/08

The sheep on His right hand and the goats on the left. The goats will be cursed and thrown into the everlasting fire prepared for the devil and fallen angels.

The Great White Throne of Judgment marks the end of all evil in God's kingdom, including the sin of unbelief.
---Cindy on 3/20/08

I suggest one take the quizes and read all of the scriptures given over the years that have not convinced one bent on promoting Ellen's mission, and Ellen's gospels that will lead many into the Lake of Fire.

Cyclic arguments, presenting one's case for following edicts of Ellen will not stand at the end. It will be over.
---Cindy on 3/20/08

In fairness, all those who followed a false prophet, false doctrines, false church will have their name removed from the Book of Life.

Every jot, that includes every word in Revelation, regardless of the opinions of false prophets, their stature, or impressive size of mininstry, church - anyone who disbelieves, takes away from or adds to God's Word - God will erase their name from the Book of Life.
---Cindy on 3/20/08

Investigative Judgment along with all of the other SDA false doctrines that infiltrate the blogs will not stand in the end.
Those that promote them and lead others into destruction will be without remedy in the end.

I don't believe in role playing, not even for the sake of controversy or keeping a discussion going. By doing so, even if one is not a true follower of false prophets, the results are the same. It is leading others into destruction and time is short.
---Cindy on 3/20/08

Made your final choice to follow a false prophet? When you die, you will find there is no reward. You will not find yourself with a crown, but a future date, standing before the Great White Throne of Judgment, one by one, waiting your turn to give an account why you made the choice to destroy your future. False religion, false prophets and a false belief that human doing, "works" will give one immunity from the final Judgment - a decision to have one's name removed from the Book of Life.
---Cindy on 3/20/08

Cindy, always give verses to support your arguement. The names are permanent, where do you claim removal of the names is specified in scripture? There are TWO books, but only ONE 'Lambs book of life' Revelation 21:27 where names were written since before the foundation of the earth.

Revelation 20:12...
"Also another book was opened,...".
---greg on 3/20/08

One at a time, for God says that even those whose names are in the Book of Life can have their names removed.
OSAS is an insupportable doctrine.
SDA doctrines of demons, insupportable.

Jesus will blot out the names of those who do not qualify. Regardless of how much one loves the edicts of Ellen, anyone who ignores or disbelieves God's Word - taking away from or adding to - God will erase their name and take away his part from the Book of Life.
---Cindy on 3/20/08

Separation of the sheep and goats refers to the Great White Throne of Judgment.

Investigative Judgment is SDA false doctrine...teaching sheep and the goats are Christians being judged now, which gives them immunity from being judged. But they will be there and have to answer for following a false prophet. Why they chose to follow false doctrines of human doing for human beings, going back under the curse of the law, works, why they willingly followed her, and promoted that curse to others.
---Cindy on 3/20/08

False prophets, false doctrines, false churches.
One by one, all will have to give an account of why they chose to follow one, promote doctrines of demons each and every day of their life, and lead others to have their name blotted out and removed from the Book of Life. Annihilation is a lie.
---Cindy on 3/20/08

Well, that would be more SDA doctrine, from the edicts of Ellen.

The Great White Throne of Judgment is for every person. Everyone will have their life judged there. SDA's included.
---Cindy on 3/20/08

It is my understanding of the end times events that only those at the Great White Throne will be only the unsaved in Christ. We read that the books are opened and attendees are judged by their works to determine their punishment. Since earth has passed away, the scene is in heaven.
---lee on 3/19/08

In heaven: every person of all time will be in attendance. The unrighteous to be judged and then sent to the lake of fire and the righteous because we were ever to be with the Lord after the resurrection therefore all people of all times will be at the great white throne judgment!
---mima on 8/6/07

Donna you probably figure out that what reads Mat.126:27 in my last post was meant to be Mat. 16:27. However I wanted to straighten it up anyway. I know by reading your post you have a genuine love for you fellow man. Your rewards will be great. Judgment is something you can look forward to.
---josef on 5/13/06

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Thanks, all---your input does clear things up quite a bit for me.
---Donna2277 on 5/11/06

Donna to clarify the distinctions between the judgments. The Just are those of us who have by complete confidence in the atoning sacrifice of Jesus accepted the gift of The Fathers salvation. We have our part in the first resurrection, for us the second death will have no power. Rev.20:6 For us judgement is a decision to reward us for our faithfulness, Mat. 126:27,Rev.22:12, and not to condemn us for any sin. Psalms 103:12. Our work is the work of God for us found in John 6:29.
---josef on 4/28/06

Part 2 Of 2. Pierr5853 you are also correct concerning where both judgments takes place considering Heaven is wherever the Father is. The heaven and earth that Rev. 20:11 refers to has to be that which was tangibly perceived at time. Rev. 21:1 speaks of a new heaven and earth. Donna I hope that between Rebecca,Ricky,Pierr5358, and myself you have obtain at least some understanding of this. I have enjoy the insight your question produced.
---josef on 4/27/06

Pierr5358 you are correct concerning the judgement of all referred to in Dan.7:9, Rev.20:4,which occurs just prior to the second advent and first resurrection which determined the just and the wicked. The judgement occurring in Rev. 20:13 however takes place just prior to the second resurrection. Those who took part in the first has reign with Christ a thousand years prior to this judgement. Part 1 of 2
---josef on 4/27/06

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Ricky-- Thanks for outlining the different judgements. That's helpful. But Job 22:28? In context, I'm afraid I can't get everything out of the passage that you do. It was spoken by Eliphaz to Job, after maintaining that Job's trouble was a result of his many sins and urging him to "return to the Almighty". (Perhaps Eliphaz was a wise man, but he didn't "get it" when it came to Job)
---Donna2277 on 4/27/06

J cont. As for the place, it is in heaven where God's throne is, as confirmed also by Christ's presence there. All are judged by the record of their lives and thus answer for the deeds done in their body. This work decides forever the cases of the dead but will soon close the probation of all who are living, after which Christ will come again to take with Him those who have been loyal to Hom. P.
---Pierr5358 on 4/27/06

First read DAN 7/REV 20:12
Second be open to the idea "phases" ex. investigative phase.
During this judgment scene, the righteous and wicked dead are still in their graves. The record of each one's life, however, in the books of/in heaven, and by that record the characters and deeds of all are well known. Christ is there to appear in behalf of those who have chosen Him as their advocate. 1 John 2:1. TBC
---Pierr5358 on 4/27/06

There are 5-major judgements:
1. Christ on the calvary(1Peter 3:18; 2:24)
2. Believer for works(2Corinthians 5:10)
3. The Jews(Daniel 12:1; Matthew 24:20-22)
4. The Nations(Matthew 25:31-46)
5. The wicked/non-believers(Revelation 20:11-15)
---Rickey on 4/27/06

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We are held accountable for every idle word as soon as we say it. Meaning everytime we speak a word or declare something we are judged according to it. Angels wait for us to say something so they can do something. Same with God.(Job 22:28)
---Rickey on 4/27/06

josef--Thanks for the scriptures and explanation. Is there another judgement for believers? Paul says "for we shall all stand before the judgement seat of Christ". Rom. 14:10.And when I hear Matt. 12:36 quoted (giving account for every idle word) it is usually directed at Christians. But then again we comfort believers with Ps.103:12 " as far as the east is from the west, so far hath he removed our transgressions from us". It confuses me.
---Donna2277 on 4/27/06

Rebecca--Scripture doesn't say, but what you say makes sense. (Did you really mean Noah? Is this some symbolism I've never heard?)
---Donna2277 on 4/27/06

Donna; we all will be judged by God, on our good works and our bad works, we will be judged accordinly. But this Great Judgement is for the people whom rejected Christ, and continue in their sinfull life. My thoughts that it will be close to heaven, outside the gates, so a sinner could see a glimse of how heaven will be just as Noah looked onto the Promise Land, but never entered in. Could you imagine standing in front of heaven seeing all of your loved ones, and not being able to enter in?
---Rebecca_D on 4/27/06

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Donna here's your answer. The purpose of great white throne is this, Rev.20:12-13, To judge the wicked dead. Why, Rev.20:15, To justify casting them into the lake of fire. As to where I have no idea, because when this great white throne arrives, with The Father sitting there, both the earth and the heaven fled away, and there was found no place for them. Rev. 20:11. I know that was not a part of your question, I just thought I would add it
---josef on 4/27/06

Lee, you're wrong.... the earth is where the kingdom will be.. where is jesus going to be king?.. it is on the earth. luke 1 v 31,32
---ant on 4/26/06

I'm not especially interested in where "The Great White Throne Judgement" will take place. But I've never been very clear about what this Jugdement is and for whom. Not even sure of the purpose. Would somebody explain? Please use Scripture.
---Donna2277 on 4/26/06

Only the unsaved of all times will stand before the Great White Throne Judgement.
The Saved of all times will not stand this Judgement.
---Elder on 4/26/06

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