MENTORING CORNER/STUDY GUIDE, PRINCIPLES OF GOD’S JUDGMENT, PART 2, 16.01.20

 

NOTE: LISTEN TO RABBI CAL’S MESSAGE TO ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS FULLY. http://www.bethshechinah.com/sermon/how-will-god-judge-rabbi-cal-goldberg/  

 

    1. Re-read Romans 2:6. What does this mean?
    2. Outline the SPECIFICS  of HOW will He judge? According to which aspects of peoples’ behaviour?
    3. What is different between believers/unbelievers in regards to WHAT IS BEING JUDGED?
    4. Why can’t God just let everyone into Heaven?
    5. From Jer.9:24, identify the two pivotal characteristics of God which can be seen as two-sides-of-the-same-coin?
    6. What does Rev.16:9 tell you: (a) about human nature; (b) about how people will choose at the last days of the tribulation.
    7. What does Rabbi Goldberg help you to understand about the HUMAN CONSCIENCE? (a) What difference does it make whether one is a believer/unbeliever? (b) what primary function/role does one’s conscience serve? What does it achieve?  © What specific criteria will God use to judge believers? (d) What specific criteria will God use to judge unbelievers? (e) What do you experience when you violate your conscience? (f) What will you experience when you obey your conscience? (g) What is the analogy made by Rabbi Goldberg, a very practical comparison? (h) The reason you will experience negative emotions when you violate your conscience is because violating your conscience results in   ________________.
    8. Connect the dots from Rom.2:14 to the discussion of conscience. How is it that holiness is so important to God?
    9. Review Romans 2:12-16, & re-read the paragraph wherein Rabbi Cal discusses/interprets this text. Identify two primary points he makes, from this text, about the criteria upon which God will judge those who did not know who God is.
    10. Discuss your own understanding of why/how it is that even those who never knew of the Gospel of Salvation will still be subject to God’s judgment. Identify those tenets to which they will be held accountable.
    11. There are varying degrees of severity in God’s judgment. Make this Connection from: Jer.17:9,10, Lk.12:48, Rev. 20:12,13, & Matt.11:20-24.
    12. What reason does Rabbi Goldberg give for believing that the generation that lived in Jesus/Yeshua’s time will be dealt with mostly harshly?
    13. Develop your own view about how you believe (in relation to the view of this writer) God will deal with this present-day generation. 

 

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