Day of Judgment

  1. (New Testament) day at the end of time following Armageddon when God will decree the fates of all individual humans according to the good and evil of their earthly lives
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  • And if you do not do this, know that you are beholden to render an account before your Lord God Jesus Christ on the day of Judgment.
  • It may not, on the Day of Judgment, or any other day, lessen its collective responsibility by baptizing certain portions of its organism as extraneous "blots" dropped thereon from without.) Your United States Impressions of a first visit
  • God, a day of judgment to come, and yet for all that, as Hugo saith, ita comedunt ac dormiunt, ac si diem judicii evasissent; ita ludunt ac rident, ac si in coelis cum Deo regnarent: they are as merry for all the sorrow, as if they had escaped all dangers, and were in heaven already: Anatomy of Melancholy
  • Our oneness with Him even now in His exalted position above (Eph 2: 6), so that all that belongs to Him of righteousness, &c., belongs to us also by perfect imputation and progressive impartation, is the ground of our love being perfected so that we can have confidence in the day of judgment. Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • Christ foretells the destruction of the temple and the signs that shall forerun the day of judgment. The Bible, Douay-Rheims, Book 48: Mark The Challoner Revision
  • That stroke is to remind us," said Colum-cille, "that it is fitter for us to be inside Saint Patrick's church, praying as Saint Patrick taught us to pray, than to be foretelling what he will do for us on the Day of Judgment. St Patrick's Day
  • No girl is left to languish and die forsaken by her betrayer, for the betrayer is a worthy young man who marries her as soon as he possibly can; no finger of scorn is pointed at the fallen one, for all the fingers in the street are attached to women who began life in precisely the same fashion; and as for that problematical Day of Judgment of which they hear so much on Sundays, perhaps they feel that that also may be one of the things which after all do not happen. The Solitary Summer
  • Ninevites and the Queen of Sheba will be the victors over Israel in the day of judgment. The Beginnings of Christianity. Vol. I.
  • London: the roaring waves, the whistling of the salt winds, the loneliness of the bitter North Sea -- these set his imagination aworking on the old legend of the mariner doomed to sail the ocean until the Day of Judgment. Wagner
  • •treated him right before the day of judgment; but he cannot make every person know and see, that he has treated all other creatures right, without calling them all together and fully opening his conduct to - % vards them and their conduct towards him and one another. Sermons on various important subjects of doctrine and practice
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