How Many People Face Judgement Every Day?

155,000 worldwide*, about 6,614** of those will be deaths in the U.S.

According to itsmylife.com, about 40% of the U.S. deaths are sudden: “So 2,600 Americans woke up yesterday expecting to live for a long time to come. And today they passed away.”

Appointment

Everyone has an appointment with death, everyone will one day be numbered among the ultimate statistic: 10 out of 10 people die. Every day, over 155,000 people will pass from this life to the next and then face judgement.

On that day, how will you be judged? Here’s a quick test to see how you will do. Have you ever told a lie? Have you ever stolen anything? Have you ever used God’s name as a curse word? Have you ever wanted something that did not belong to you? Have you ever allowed someone or something to be more important to you than God?

If you have done these things, you’ve broken God’s Commandments and you will stand before Him as a lying, thieving, covetous, blaspheming, idolater. The Bible says God’s wrath awaits you and on Judgment Day you will end up in hell.

But God doesn’t desire this for you: instead, “God demonstrated His love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.” Jesus, God’s only begotten Son, came to take upon Himself the wrath and judgment you deserve for breaking God’s Law and sinning against Him. The Bible tells us, “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth on Him, shall not perish, but have everlasting life”. He did this when He shed His innocent blood for the remission of sins as He died on the cross. Three days later, He rose from and forever defeated death. He did this for you, He did this because of Love, He did this as a free gift. To receive this free gift, you must repent (that means to confess and forsake your sins) and put your trust in Jesus. If you do this you will not have to suffer God’s justice in Hell when you become numbered among the ultimate statistic. Repent and believe in Jesus now, please don’t wait. You have an appointment!

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7 Responses to How Many People Face Judgement Every Day?

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  3. Angel says:

    Are there 2 judgements?

  4. jerryk says:

    Hi Angel,

    According to Hebrews 9:27 “it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment”. Are you concerned about the coming judgment?

  5. baba says:

    dang this is so sad

  6. Rodge says:

    Hi dear blogger,

    You say that “To receive this free gift [salvation], you must repent (that means to confess and forsake your sins) and put your trust in Jesus. If you do this you will not have to suffer God’s justice in Hell when you become numbered among the ultimate statistic.”

    I ask you: How can an unbeliever REPENT when he is being blinded by the god of this world? An unbeliever is spiritually blind and thus cannot repent of his sins–HE IS BLIND AND DEAD IN HIS SINS AND TRESPASSES!

    You are asking a blind person TO SEE! And because this blind person does not heed your admonition, you readily inform him that he is headed straight to hell.

    You are asking a person who has NO FATIH IN JESUS to BELIEVE in Jesus! Don’t you know that without faith is not possible to believe in Christ? Can you not see that you are asking the impossible?

    If you cannot see it, then you are a blind trying to lead the blind. Search the Scriptures and learn that even the faith that we believe WITH WAS GIVEN TO US BY GOD. Salvation is 100 % a work OF God. We contribute NOTHING to it.

    Stop believing the adversary’s lie that SPIRITUALLY BLINDED AND DEAD MEN can somehow muster the faith to repent and believe that Jesus is their Savior.

  7. jerryk says:

    Hi Rodge, thank you for visiting and taking the time to comment. In the words of John Calvin, “No man is excluded from calling upon God, the gate of salvation is set open unto all men: neither is there any other thing which keepeth us back from entering in, save only our own unbelief.”

    Grace and Peace.

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