Pastor Chris Oyakhilome has come out to explain one of the most asked questions in Christianity, which is whether a Christian would be judged on judgement day.Pastor Chris Oyakhilome made it known that it’s not the will of God to Judge Christians or believers rather he wants us to examine ourselves and judge ourselves.
He said there are series of judgements in heaven but believers won’t partake in all the judgement, he said that the first and only judgment that believers will partake in is the judgement at the seat of Christ where believers would be judged according to their works to receive their rewards.
He said the next judgement is the judgement of the sinners and no believer would be judged, rather believers would be part of judges in heaven and they would also judge some of the sinners.
He encouraged believers to stay in the light so that they won’t be cast away at the end of the day because that’s the only thing that can make them be judged.
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