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Topic: Minute(s) (as in time) (03/03/11)
- TITLE: Less than Sixty Seconds
By Philip Barrington
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“What do you want?” I asked in fear.
“You are so selfish. You have not done the things I have required you to do. I asked you to give of your self and you didn't do it. The man down the street you met you could have witnessed to, died this morning without Christ. What about the severe accusations you made against the brother at church? Just because you have had a bad time, you took it out on him. You have hurt a child of God. To be scared of the Lord coming because you want to do more in this life is selfish. You should love His coming. Your lack of interest teaching others has gone by without any thought to how you could be a blessing to others. I'm so sorry but I can't give you any rewards.”
“Wait a minute, am I supposed to be in Heaven.”
“Oh, You are at the judgement seat of Christ.”
As I started to pray to ask forgiveness of all the things I was to doing wrong, I suddenly heard a big rumble.
“What is that:?” I asked quickly.
“Oh that! That is the dead in Christ rising from the graves and going to heaven.”
Weeping, thinking I had missed out on those things I should have been doing. I started to feel the shaking. With tears in my eyes, I woke up seeing my friend standing over me.
“What's wrong?” he asked with great concern.
I put my hands on his arms and told him I had to go out for a while to put things right with those I have neglected and hurt.
It is going to be in a twinkling of an eye when Jesus comes and we won't have a minute to put things right with those we have done wrong.
May we answer this question in our hearts... What is our lives like right now?
“For we must all appear before the judgement seat of Christ, that each one may receive the things DONE IN THE BODY, according to what He has done, whether good or bad.” (2 Corinthians 5:10)
This Story is fictional with a very true meaning.
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