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The Judgement Seat Of Christ

Dr. Adrian Rogers

It is coming. Every person, saved or unsaved, is going to face judgment by God one day. Not one mother’s child is an exception. In this study we want to examine the three judgments all of us must face.

First, God will be judging both the saved and the sinners.
Next, God judges the saved as sons and daughters.
Then God judges the saved as servants.


All sin will either be pardoned in Christ or punished in hell.
No sin and no person who sins will slip by, unjudged.

Those who stand before the Great White Throne (Revelation 20) at the end are judged and cast into the lake of fire. But if you’re saved, for you that judgment is already passed.

When did that judgment happen? When Christ died in your place. When Jesus suffered, bled, and died on the cross, He took your judgment for you.

As we study what the Bible has to say about this, fill in some key words.

1. Turn to Ezekiel 18:20:

The soul that sinneth, it shall ______.

2. Turn to Romans 3:23:

Side note: Paul’s letter to the believers in Rome is considered to be as important to the Christian faith as the Constitution is to American government. Some have even called Romans “The Constitution of the Christian Faith.” While every word God has spoken is important, among the sixty-six books in His Word, Romans is without question one of the most important.

For ______ have ____________ and come short of the glory of God. Romans 5:23

Continuing in Romans:

3. Romans 5:12

Wherefore, as by _____ ______ sin entered into the world, and __________ by sin; and so death passed upon _____ men, for that _____ have sinned:

a. According to the above two verses, throughout the human race, over thousands of years, a select, saintly few have been able to escape without sinning, correct?

b. As a result of “sin entering into the world,” what entered with it?

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