i was at college group last night and we watched a movie. well… presentation? i don’t even know what to call it. we’ll call it a dvd.
it was about the Bema judgement.
The Bema judgment, spoken of in 2 Corinthians 5:10 and 1 Corinthians 3:12-15, is nothing to fear, either. The purpose of this judgment is to give rewards based on our stewardship of the things God has given us and whether we invested in things that will last for eternity.
this dvd was the Bema seat monologue.
i can’t even begin to express how much it has made me think.
how many times have i done something of eternal significance? how many times have i gotten angry or irritated when i should have been patient? how many times have i invited someone to church? how many people know that i’m a Christian and how many are waiting for me to say something? how many are waiting for me to reach out? how many times have i THOUGHT to pray and not done it?
now. i realize that this is an hour long. but it’s GOOD. if you have the time, PLEASE listen to the Bema seat judgment by Pete Briscoe.
i’m listening to it right now. again.
i wanted to write some epic post about this, but i can’t. not at this moment.