The JudgmenT
GenreShort Stories / Spiritual
Age Rating:PG
Submitted:Saturday, 13 February 2010
Star rating:
(3 ratings)
Read by:576 different readers

This is the story about twelve individuals from Any town, USA, and how they all are intertwined together in the physical circle of life. Follow each person from life to death and the unexpected reality for some, as they give an account of their lives to Jesus, on The Day of “The JudgmenT”.
Death is never a planned event, but preparing for it, everyone will learn that it should have been the most important obligation in their life. See how some prepared for it, some did not think about it, some put their faith in the wrong beliefs, and how some only put their faith in themselves.
What will their eternal consequence be as they stand before Jesus Christ?

Will their eternal salvations be secured?

Who will be considered worthy of the Kingdom of God?

Who will be banished to Hell?

You will see through His Righteous Judgment that we will learn that God does not condemn man, we condemn our selves.


List of chapters

Ch. 1 Amos T. Sanders and Pastor Reginald S. Martin II
Ch. 2 Netika W. Sanders Martin and Tawanna N. Sanders
Ch. 3 Pamela D. Jones and Matthew B. Lincoln
Ch. 4 Franklin J. Lewis and Bernard Tyson
Ch. 5 Shamus McDonald and Liam McDonald
Ch. 6 Danny T. Diaz and Thomas B. O’Malley
Ch. 7 Awake and Arise
Ch. 8 1st Judgment: Pastor Reginald S. Martin II
Ch. 9 2nd Judgment: Tawanna Nancy Sanders
Ch. 10 3rd Judgment: Netika Wilma Sanders-Martin
Ch. 11 4th Judgment: Amos Thomas Sanders
Ch. 12 5th Judgment: Matthew Benjamin Lincoln
Ch. 13 6th Judgment: Pamela Dolores Jones
Ch. 14 7th Judgment: Franklin James Lewis
Ch. 15 8th Judgment: Bernard Tyson
Ch. 16 9th Judgment: Danny Taylor Diaz
Ch. 17 10th Judgment: Liam McDonald
Ch. 18 11th Judgment: Shamus McDonald
Ch. 19 12th Judgment: Thomas Bailey O’Malley
Ch. 20 Authors Final ThoughT


Patch Adams Monday, 18 July 2011
Sorry, but you have a lot of learning left to do. Don't let your life of God blind you to the life you have on Earth, and what the world is really like. I found this book interesting in some ways, but it came off as more condemning and backwards than anything else. God bless you anyway.
xyz96 Sunday, 28 November 2010
very very good. the plot i mean. the writing itself was kind of dull but the thought was there. this is the kind of book that my mother would love. good job.
RedRose Wednesday, 19 May 2010
Wow! I am glad you are letting people know what the truth is! God bless you!
RedRose Wednesday, 19 May 2010
Wow! I am glad you are letting people know what the truth is! God bless you!
RedRose Wednesday, 19 May 2010
EEEK! SO glad I don't have to go through that. Although I can imagine it will be much much worse.

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