Summary of BI1 14 El Juicio Eterno Academia de lideres Casa de Dios

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The video discusses the concept of the eternal judgement and how it relates to the resurrection of believers and non-believers. The speaker emphasizes the importance of being born again spiritually and explains that judgement follows after physical death. The video explores the different types of judgement, including the Tribunal de Cristo for believers and the Throne of Judgment for non-believers. The video describes how every individual will appear before the Tribunal de Cristo to receive their reward based on their deeds done in life, and that the Bible compares good works to gold, silver, and precious stones. The video also discusses the final judgement described in the book of Revelation and the ultimate fate of those who die without knowing Christ.

  • 00:00:00 section of the video discusses the connection between resurrection and the doctrine of the eternal judgement. The speaker references Genesis 2:7 to explain how God created man from dust and gave him the breath of life, making him a living being. However, after Adam and Eve sinned, they were destitute of the glory of God and were told that they would return to the dust from which they were made. The speaker emphasizes the importance of being born again in order to have spiritual life, and explains that both believers and non-believers will experience physical death, but that judgement follows only after death. The speaker uses an analogy of being caught committing a crime to help explain the concept of the eternal judgement.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, the video explores the concept of eternal judgement and the different types of judgements that exist. The speaker discusses the idea of waiting for sentencing in jail and how sentencing varies depending on the crime committed. The video also delves into different historical examples of judgement, such as the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah or the time of Noah's flood. The idea of a judgement day is presented, and it is clarified that the wrath of God is not for the obedient followers but for the disobedient ones. The video mentions the importance of the judgment and how it is necessary. The concept of the tribunal of Christ is also discussed as different from the final judgement that occurs after the wrath of God. A biblical parable is analyzed to illustrate the different places where people go after death.
  • 00:10:00 In this section, the video explains the concept of the eternal judgment in relation to the story of Lazarus and the rich man. It emphasizes that each person will receive their reward according to their deeds, not the circumstances that happened to them. The rich man asked Abraham to send someone to warn his brothers about the place of torment, but Abraham said that if they do not listen to Moses and the prophets, they will not be persuaded even if someone rises from the dead. The video also clarifies the difference between saying "today you will be with me in paradise" and "today you will be with me" and discusses the two judgments that are to come. It concludes with the reminder that all will appear in front of the tribunal of Christ, and every knee will bow and tongue confess to God.
  • 00:15:00 In this section of the video, the speaker discusses the concept of the Tribunal de Cristo, which is the judgment of believers. Every person will account for themselves, and 2 Corinthians 5:10 states that every individual will appear before the Tribunal de Cristo to receive their reward based on their deeds done while in the body, either good or bad. According to the speaker, the Bible compares our works to silver, gold, and precious stones, which are pure and permanent, whereas wood, hay, or stubble are flammable and temporary. Therefore, believers should strive to do works that are like gold, silver or precious stones to bring honor and glory to God. Furthermore, the video also mentions the judgment of the impious or the Throne of Judgment, which can be found in Revelation 20:5-15.
  • 00:20:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the final judgment as described in the book of Revelation, where the dead will be judged according to their deeds. The speaker emphasizes that those who die without knowing Christ will be resurrected to face judgment and will ultimately suffer the second death, being thrown into the lake of fire. However, those who have their names written in the Book of Life will spend eternity with Christ. The speaker ends with a blessing and encourages the viewers to continue their learning in the Academy of Leaders, being led by the Holy Spirit.

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