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Re: A walk through Paul's epistle to the Romans
« Reply #128 on: January 17, 2018, 11:49:40 AM »
* I said that the believer will not come into judgment (or condemnation), and that is true (Rom. 8:1). Yet we will all stand before Christ and give an account regarding our walk (Rom.14:10,11), and receive reward or suffer loss as appropriate: but we will not come into condemnation, or lose the gift of life promised to us in Christ Jesus.

* The great white throne judgement, of Revelation 20:12, that you quote, is not for the believer, for He has passed from death to life, in Christ Jesus.

I'm afraid I do not understand the last paragraph.

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Chris

Hi Chris
Thank you for your reply to which I agree of course you are right judgement dose not always mean condemnation dose it.

I realised this this morning when I woke up and I realised what a fool I had bean not seeing it before.

As for my last paragraph the point I was trying to make was.

Those who God judges worthy who have not heard the gospel how will they be able to love God who they don't know.

I believe God wants us to love him from the heart of our own freewill.

So those who God judges as worthy and have not heard the gospel  must have an opportunity to come to know him and to love him and make a choice to accept or reject him.

Love and peace
Dave

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Re: A walk through Paul's epistle to the Romans
« Reply #129 on: January 17, 2018, 08:43:01 PM »
Hi Chris
Thank you for your reply to which I agree of course you are right judgement dose not always mean condemnation dose it.

I realised this this morning when I woke up and I realised what a fool I had bean not seeing it before.

As for my last paragraph the point I was trying to make was.

Those who God judges worthy who have not heard the gospel how will they be able to love God who they don't know.

I believe God wants us to love him from the heart of our own freewill.

So those who God judges as worthy and have not heard the gospel  must have an opportunity to come to know him and to love him and make a choice to accept or reject him.

Love and peace
Dave

Hello Dave,

You are not a 'fool', for the fool says in his heart that there is no God (Psa.14:1), and that is not something you are guilty of.  :)

Regarding those who are granted life in Romans 2, when God judges the secrets of men's hearts, by Christ Jesus.   I accept what is written there, and leave the detail with God, Who knows all things.  For I surely do not! If there is more written concerning this that I am not yet conversant with, and God wishes me to know it, then He will reveal it to me in His time. 

Praise His Name!

In Christ Jesus
Chris

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Re: A walk through Paul's epistle to the Romans
« Reply #130 on: January 18, 2018, 02:05:00 PM »
Hello Dave,

You are not a 'fool', for the fool says in his heart that there is no God (Psa.14:1), and that is not something you are guilty of.  :)

Regarding those who are granted life in Romans 2, when God judges the secrets of men's hearts, by Christ Jesus.   I accept what is written there, and leave the detail with God, Who knows all things.  For I surely do not! If there is more written concerning this that I am not yet conversant with, and God wishes me to know it, then He will reveal it to me in His time. 

Praise His Name!

In Christ Jesus
Chris

Hi Chris
Ok fair enough lets move on Its your thread so I wait for you to kick us of

Love and Peace
Dave