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With this said, however, what is most remarkable about The Constitution Before the Judgment Seat is the prescience and durability of its numerous insights.
Dissident bishops forget that they will not have their trusted periti with them when they stand before the judgment seat of God.
When standing before the judgment seat of God, he angrily warns another baseball executive, invoking baseball tradition as an excuse for keeping a black man out of the game "may not be sufficient
Libasci, bishop of Manchester, New Hampshire, sent a letter to parishioners the day before the election, reminding them, "We will be standing before a slate of candidates, and we will also be standing before the awesome judgment seat of Christ.
By Rabab ShamaylehSpecial to The StarAoOh, east is east and west is west and never the twain shall meet, Till earth and sky stand presently at GodAAEs great judgment seat.
There's a job review that has a more definite and long term impact than any you'll ever have to face before that date, claims "Facing Your Final Job Review: The Judgment Seat of Christ, Salvation, and Eternal Rewards".
Reynolds told a local radio host, "One of the questions I like asking people-and it's not are they born again--but I like asking people, just so I can get an idea of their understanding of their religious views is, if you die today and were standing before the judgment seat of God and God said, 'Why should I let you into heaven?
Again, we all one day must stand before His judgment seat.
Vineyard, pastor of the 3,500-member Windsor Hills Baptist Church in Oklahoma City, told the Los Angeles Times, "I wish I could be with President Bush for 15 minutes, to stand with him with a Bible and tell him that when he stands before the judgment seat.
The title "king of the Jews," written uncompromisingly in three languages for all to read, accorded Jesus his rightful place on the judgment seat of the world (19:13).
WILLIAM KIDD SPENT his last days on earth in Newgate Gaol, where on Sunday May 18th, 1701, he heard his final sermon, preached by the prison chaplain on the cheerful text, `For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ.
Something about us all standing before the judgment seat of Christ.