Taken and adapted from, “The Day of Judgment”
Written by, Archibald Alexander (1772-1851), founding professor of Princeton Theological Seminary.
That a just God will render to every man according to his character and works, is a dictate of reason…
Conscience also intimates to every man, when he sins, that he deserves to be punished; and when we see or hear of great crimes committed by others, such as murders, perjuries, robbery, or treachery, we feel something within us demanding that such should receive condign punishment. But we see that the wicked are not always punished in this world according to their evil deeds; it seems reasonable, therefore, to expect that there will be a judgment after death.
We are not left, however, to the mere dictates of reason on this subject: God, in his word, has revealed in the clearest manner that there will be a day of reckoning…
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