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Does Judgement have to be negative? Can Judgement be a positive experience? Join us for the answers to these questions and more in this excellent video sermon by Mr. Jorge de Campos

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  • Jorge de Campos
    Hi Clive. Thanks for your question. Indeed those who have been with us but have lost their commitment is very sad to us. We all deeply sorrow, feel the pain, and sincerely pray for them to repent. We just do not know for sure that their conversion was real. We don't know their hearts. So it is possible that some Church members (according to the flesh) were not really Church members (part of the true Spiritual Body of Christ). It gives us peace of mind to know that God is a righteous judge and that He does not judge according to the flesh (John 8:15-16). But that by no means justifies one that loses the commitment, nor does it imply that there is a second chance (Heb. 10:26-31). It is God who knows if they were enlightened, tasted the heavenly gift, and received God's Holy Spirit (Heb 6:4-6). I hope that answers your question. If you would like to discuss it further, please email me privately. Happy to chat to you at any time. In Christian love Jorge
  • Clive
    Hi Jorge In this sermon you indicate that a Church member could be in the second resurrection , if judged not to be ready for the first at the time of Christs return. I wonder if you could clarify this point because I have always thought that for a church member it is a case of being in the first resurrection or death in the lake of fire. I ask, because I have heard questions about the destiny of young people who were baptised in the Wordwide Church in those days and with the troubles have lost their commitment. Please would you expand on this issue.
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