We will find the secret plans and secret thoughts of members of each of the religions in their Holy Book when we open the books to examine them. If we compare what was written down in the Holy Quran with how the Muslims have been conducting themselves on earth, we will be able to see scenes of the reality show of the Muslims playing out in the screen above our heads. The screen is the sky. Likewise, we will be able to watch the live-broadcast of the movie of the Christians in the sky when we compare how the Christians have been behaving on earth to what was written down in the New Testament.
Those meant to be condemned will be condemned by their own book (with their own work) when it reveals their actions on earth:
“The dead were judged according to what they had done, as recorded in the books.” (Revelation 20:12)
The histories of those who do not belong to any of the three religions are contained in the Holy Bible; therefore how this group of people lived on earth will be aired live when we begin to compare their actions with what was written about them.
What this means is that everyone on earth is already judged by God:
“And I saw the dead, great and small alike, standing before the throne.” (Revelation 20:12)
The characteristics of every man on earth are contained in the Holy Bible; therefore the final judgment is about examining oneself. It is about every man reviewing how he lived his life on earth, comparing his actions with what was written about him in the Holy Bible, and examining his conscience.
“And all were judged according to what they had done.” (Revelation 20:13)
God is the LORD who sits at the center of the judgment throne. The center of the judgment throne is the White Foundation Stone at the center of the Mosque in Jerusalem called Dome of the Rock.
“Then I saw a great white throne and the one who sits on it” (Revelation 20:11)
Great white Throne = Foundation Stone
= Pierced Stone
The one who sits on it: the one who sits on the White Foundation Stone
The Pierced Stone is Jesus of Nazareth, therefore,
The one who sits on it = Jesus of Nazareth
Jesus of Nazareth was the one pierced after he was crucified:
“One of the soldiers, however, plunged his spear into Jesus’ side, and at once blood and water poured out.” (John 19:34)
Jesus of Nazareth is the Pierced Stone whom the scripture says, “People will look at him whom they pierced.” (John 19:37)
Jesus of Nazareth is the Judge, and the Judge is the LORD. The LORD (Jesus of Nazareth) is the one communicating through the person in Nigeria. What the person in Nigeria is communicating is the Revelation – the end of the book called the Holy Bible. He is explaining the mysteries of God contained in the Holy Bible, and the explanation is the Apocalypse.
Everything written down in the Holy Bible has been fulfilled on earth; it is time to review all of them and accept that God is truthful. It is time to proclaim that God is all powerful. It is time for all kneels to bow and every mouth to confess that Jesus Christ of Nazareth is the LORD.
Comparing the actions of men on earth with the things written in the Holy Bible gives understanding that brings about repentance.
“In a single day I will take away the sin of this land.” (Zechariah 3:9)
The product of this repentance is global peace and security and freedom of worship.
“When that day comes, each of you will invite his neighbor to come and enjoy peace and security, surrounded by your vineyards and fig-trees.” (Zechariah 3:10)
Surrounded by your vineyards and fig-trees: freedom of worship or religious harmony
This means that the Final Judgment will destroy sin in the hearts of all men after every man have examined himself and repented of those negative things the Holy Bible said he would do. Sin is identified as death and repentance is described as destruction of death.
“Then death and the world of the dead were thrown into the lake of fire” (Revelation 20:14)
Lake of fire = Burnt (Destroyed)
Death is destroyed in the hearts of men so that there is no more fear.