Judgment seat

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the seat or bench on which judges sit in court; hence, a court; a tribunal.

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class="MsoNormalI am very annoyed by the social media types who are quick to take their position on the judgement seat and pass a verdict on the conduct of the departed girl.
At times it is as the commander of an army of angels on our behalf (Psalm 91:11); at times it is as a protecting shepherd (Psalm 23); at times it is as the friend who lays down his life (John 15:13); at times it is as an advocate before the judgement seat (1 John 2:1); at times it is as the one who loves perfectly and banishes all fear (1 John 4:18).
The Sunday services were taken by Pete Barrett, and the talks were given by Robert Adams from Glenfield, whose subject at the evening Bible hour was "We must all appear before the judgement seat of Christ." The meetings planned for the coming week are as follows: the coffee morning Bible reading group will meet on Tuesday morning at 10.30am.
The truth is that most of us believe that one day we have to face the Creator, who will be seated on the judgement seat and we will have to account for the kind of lives we enjoyed on planet Earth!