Appearing Before the Judgment Seat of Christ

What does it mean that we will all appear before the judgment seat of Christ? In today’s Bible study, Wes and Travis discuss a question from a listener:

“Growing up in the church I heard it said quite often we’d sit at the judgment seat. We will give an account for all our sins….almost like a line-by-line reading of everything we’ve done wrong. I’ve also heard many sermons saying that God has wiped away all our sins and remembers them no more (perhaps magnified with studies on grace that I was never exposed to as a child). So are sins forgotten or will we have to give an account!?!?”

– Nathan

Here are a few of the passages discussed in today’s Bible study:

  • Matthew 12:33-37
  • Romans 14:1-13
  • 2 Corinthians 5:6-10
  • Romans 2:14-16
  • 1 Corinthians 4:1-5
  • 1 John 4:13–21

When read in context, what do these passages teach us about the Day of Judgment and appearing before the judgment seat of Christ? On what basis will we be judged? Can we have confidence for the day of judgment?

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