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Monday: In The Midst of the Millennium — 6 Comments

  1. We must pray our God so much in the end of this time so that he can give everyone the opportunity that we can understand his words.

  2. What entails in the midst of the millenium is the second phase of the judgement. The redeemed will do millenial review or in other words, we will be given the opportunity to examine God's ways and judgement. God is accountable to the redeemed to see for themselves why loved ones didn't make to heaven and records are transparent.

  3. Let everyone understand that our God is a Loving one in the most transparent way. In the middle of the milenium He is giving those who endured the test of time with temptation of dragon the opportunity to fully get aquinted with His judgement.
    We will also get the opportunity to reign with our Creator for a thousand years. During this time God Himself will be teaching His saved one how to rule in a holistic manner
    Third, we shall get time with Christ speaking to Him on one to one basis.

  4. According to the Bible passage quoted, during the millennium judging is "committed to" the saints. Yet the lesson itself depicts this judgment as nothing more than a review of what God has already decided and carried out.

    This makes no sense to me. If something is "committed" to someone, that implies real responsibility, and even authority. I'd say something is missing here.

  5. R.G. I think we should consider all texts on the topic so here is another one that I think needs to be added, "For the Father judges no one, but has committed all judgment to the Son" (Jn. 5:22 NKJV).

    • Every activities that take place during the thousand years with God in Heaven will be to the saints favor and will testified of God's justfullness. We need not to waste precious time and effort to know it to the T. Make sure we will enter into the pearly gates of the Eternal kingdom.


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