This is a 1990 book from Regular Baptist Press. The sub-title is: “Studies on The Judgment Seat of Christ.” I think this kind of study is in great need today. The Bema Seat of Christ ought to be of greatest concern for a Christian yet we seldom think about the seriousness of it. The author quotes Robert Ketcham: “Brethren, have we overworked grace? Because we must be entirely passive under the blood for our salvation, have we concluded that we are not to be active in a life of service? Thanks be to His infinite grace, I am a child in my Father’s family, but does not that fact itself force another—namely, that my Father has a right to deal with His child in corrective chastisement? And will He not do so here, and if necessary, hereafter?” Johnson does a quick but good job of reminding us of that accountability.
The Account Which We Must Give
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