The Judge of All Creation

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The Judge video. (Wanna see me as judge?! Oh my…)

The judge enters the courtroom and all rise rings out from the bailiff.  Out of respect for his position and authority, all rise.

We honor him with our attention. And what he says is the law in his courtroom. All obey or they are thrown into contempt of court and possibly jail. He rules. It is his domain and responsibility to reign with authority to uphold the law.

God says He is The Judge - of all creation. Do we rise and respect Him each and every day? Do we pay honor to His Position, to Him, and to His Name? Join us

Yet God says He is The Judge – of all creation. Do we rise and respect Him each and every day? Do we pay honor to His Position, to Him, and to His Name?

Do Not Judge Others

“Do not judge others, and you will not be judged. For you will be treated as you treat others. The standard you use in judging is the standard by which you will be judged.

“And why worry about a speck in your friend’s eye when you have a log in your own? Matthew 7:1-3 (NLT)

Yet how often do we break the law of the land? How often do we break God’s law – and His heart when we stray? Daily…

Do you think we owe God our obedience? Are we to yield and submit to His authority?

I say yes.

Court is adjourned.  All rise!

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34 thoughts on “The Judge of All Creation

  1. I just had a conversation with 2 friends yesterday about God’s judgments. When we stand in His presence, there will be no arguments and no discussion. We will all agree 100% with His edicts and fall on our faces to praise the One who is Righteous and True! Amen!

  2. What a blessing to be loved and saved by the same ONE is who also our judge. The ONE who is the same yesterday and today and forever. It is sobering because of my own weakness and unworthiness, but His grace is amazing.

  3. EWWW! “Court is adjourned. All rise.” That says so much to my heart in just Who I am to be obedient to and for! Thank you, thank you.

  4. It’s intimidating to think of God as a judge and what I’ve done. I’m overjoyed Jesus paid for all the things that make me guilty. In God’s eyes I’m free and blameless without any action on my part.
    Thank you Susan for your words and for hosting!

  5. Yet God says He is The Judge – of all creation. Do we rise and respect Him each and every day? Do we pay honor to His Position, to Him, and to His Name?

    Thanks for this, Susan – I don’t think I do! And judging others is so insidious – I do it w/o even thinking. thanks for a great post and for hosting so faithfully!

  6. Love this, Susan! It convicted me, and this is something I have been going to God about lately because I find myself trying to “fix” my husband when I have my own issues!!!!!!!!!! Gah!! Thanks for sharing dear. God bless!

    1. Meghan,
      Then I praise God He used this little video clip and words to convict you, girlfriend! It sure starts with us, doesn’t it?!
      Hugs, Susan

    1. Yes, Donna! Savior all the time, but just special times for Judge and Lord. Oh to learn to keep my eyes on Him in all His roles always…
      Hugs, Susan

  7. I struggle so much with judgement! It sneaks in and disguises itself so easily. So grateful that He is the only judge and that He forgives so much more freely than I ever could!

    1. Becky, oh yes! Judgement puts on a “pretty robe of self-righteousness” for me too! Dang enemy, he knows how to get us to take our focus off God. And I fall for it tooooooooo often myself! Hugs, Susan

  8. Smiling, Judge Susan!
    And I’m reading in I Peter these days, and so far I’ve noticed two instances in which Peter refers to God as judge: once it is in conjunction with His role as Father and the other time Peter emphasizes God’s justice as our judge.
    Thanks for bringing this to mind with your creative post!

    1. Michele,
      LOL! Girl, I’m so quick to pick up the judges gavel and SLAM it down – but God tells me differently. STOP. Not your job. Get out of My seat…And He keeps convicting until we listen, huh?!

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