Judgment Seat of Christ
Arlen L. Chitwood


   Contents/Foreword       Chapter 1       Chapter 2    

Chapter 3     Chapter 4    Chapter 5    Chapter 6

Chapter 7    Chapter 8    Chapter 9    Chapter 10

Chapter 11  Chapter 12   Chapter 13  Chapter 14

Chapter 15   Chapter 16    Appendix  


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Foreword     Chapter 1     Chapter 2     Chapter 3

Chapter 4     Chapter 5     Chapter 6     Chapter 7

Chapter 8    Chapter 9    Chapter 10    Chapter 11

Chapter 12   Chapter 13  Chapter 14   Chapter 15


Chapter 16   Appendix


Questions for Study and Review.

Back Cover Remarks

Issues of the judgment seat will involve the activities of two dispensations — the present dispensation and the coming dispensation.  The present dispensation is one filled with trials, testing, and preparation.  Issues at the judgment seat will be based entirely upon Christian involvement in these activities, with a view to the coming dispensation.  And in the coming dispensation — the Messianic Era — findings, decisions, and determinations previously made at the judgment seat will be brought to pass.

In the coming Messianic Era, every Christian will find himself in one of two major positions.  He will either occupy a position of honor and glory or he will occupy a position of shame and disgrace.  And there will be no equality among Christians in either position, for the previous findings, decision, and determination at the judgment seat will have resulted in a just recompense.

One acting as a servant in the Lord’s house, on the Lord’s behalf, during the present dispensation will be recompensed for his services at a future date.  There will be exact payment for services rendered; there will be a reaping in exact accord with the sowing.  Every Christian will “receive the things done in his body, according to that he has done . . . .”  This is the reason why some Christians will occupy higher positions in the kingdom than other Christians.  And this is also the reason why, while some Christians will be given territorial authority, other Christians will be denied any authority at all (cf. Matthew 25:14-30; Luke 19:12-27).

Each ones work will become clear; for the Day will declare it, because it will be revealed by fire . . . .
(1 Corinthians 3:13)