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millenium saints at great white throne of Judgement?

Discussion in 'Baptist Theology & Bible Study' started by TheWinDork, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. TheWinDork

    TheWinDork New Member

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    Hi Guys,

    Here's one for you all.... I heard a pastor say at a Baptist Church I was once visiting that he believed that millennium saints would be judged at the great white throne of judgment?

    what do you ya'll think? I'm kinda clueless on this one myself.

    This was a KJV-Believing, IFB Church no less!

    What do you people think, I'm curious to know. :confused:

    -WTD
     
  2. Ed Edwards

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    Even if you find an answer, it won't be important. :saint:
     
  3. psalms109:31

    psalms109:31 New Member

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    Judged

    If we are in Christ there is no condemnaion . In the judgement in the white throne judgement it says this

    Take a look at this scripture

     
  4. TheWinDork

    TheWinDork New Member

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    I know Ed, I'm just wondering. :D
     
  5. TheWinDork

    TheWinDork New Member

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    Interesting. anyone else?
     
  6. Linda64

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    There will be a final battle after Satan is loosed from the bottomless pit--after the Millennium. It will prove that even in an almost perfect environment, man's heart remains wicked (Jer. 17:9). Revelation 20:7-15 says that those who follow Satan in this final rebellion will be as the "sand of the sea" (vs. 8, Rev. 20). Those who follow Satan are NOT saints. The Great White Throne is for the UNSAVED only.
     
  7. Ed Edwards

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    Me too :laugh:

    I even know how to research it in the Bible and how to
    extrapolate. But most people can't follow the logic of my
    extrapolation so they think i'm making it up :tear:

    [MATHS 101: EXTRAPOLATION - to determine data outside
    the scope of the given data.

    [BTW, 'maths' is a British usage; American usage is 'mathematics']
     
  8. Ed Edwards

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    Linda64: //Revelation 20:7-15 says that those who follow Satan in this final rebellion will be as the "sand of the sea" (vs. 8, Rev. 20). Those who follow Satan are NOT saints. The Great White Throne is for the UNSAVED only.//

    Amen on your first two sentences - you are sure RIGHT ON! :thumbs:.

    Your third sentence does not logically or Biblically follow
    the first two. Will there be people who don't follow Satan?
    Will they be considered elect saints? I don't know.
    I do suspect there will be people who die in the Millennial
    Messanic Kingdom world who trust Jesus - the only road
    to salvation. What happens to these saved when they die?
    What happens to these saved at the Great White Throne
    Judgement?
     
  9. TheWinDork

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    Be cool you two...

    come now, let's not turn this into a confrontation. Please. :(

    I only asked this, because I was wondering about it. no need for name calling or anything of that sort. :rolleyes: :eek:

    Thanks..

    -WTD
     
  10. James_Newman

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    Maybe he is trying to explain why Rev 20:13-15 seems to say that there are people who are going to come out of death and hell at the end of the millennium who are written in the book of life. I think it is because there are people who are going to come out of death and hell at the end of the millennium who are written in the book of life.
     
  11. Rex77

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    Linda64 quote
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    There will be a final battle after Satan is loosed from the bottomless pit--after the Millennium. It will prove that even in an almost perfect environment, man's heart remains wicked (Jer. 17:9). Revelation 20:7-15 says that those who follow Satan in this final rebellion will be as the "sand of the sea" (vs. 8, Rev. 20). Those who follow Satan are NOT saints. The Great White Throne is for the UNSAVED only.
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    Amen. Linda


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    Originally Posted by Ed Edwards
    Even if you find an answer, it won't be important. :saint:
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    Unless you happen to be a millennium saint :smilewinkgrin:
     
  12. npetreley

    npetreley New Member

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    That is exactly how I interpret the reason why God imprisons satan and then lets him loose. It leaves men totally without excuse and exposes their wicked hearts. Not only is the world idyllic compared to the way it is today, Jesus is right there on earth during the millenium. Nobody can pretend He didn't exist, or that He's not who He says He is. Yet even then, people are deceived and rebel against Him. I'm very glad to see that someone else out there sees it this way.
     
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