Judgment Day Is Everyday


Judgment Day Is Everyday

By Chance, Chancellorfiles

Chance: Often we hear the word judgment being used in everyday society we hear the word judgment in a variety of situations.

Court of law

JUDGE: The judgment is in favor of the plaintiff the defendant will have to pay for the broken window. I understand you didn’t mean to break the front window of the plaintiff’s house. Most definitely it was an accident but, you threw a baseball and your friend missed the catch. And it hit the window therefore you are liable and must pay for the repair sir. Judgment for the plaintiff is $125.00 and to the defendant do you understand that you must pay this judgment of $125.00? Yes I do your honor.


GOD: I will judge each person for their own individual actions and deeds. No other person will suffer punishment for the bad deeds of another person. Also, no one will be given the reward for the good deeds of another person. I will past judgment on every individual person for their good and bad actions.

Life has many ups and downs we know what it’s like to have a day when everything seems to be going wrong. And then there are those days when everything seems to be perfect. We humans wish everyday could be perfect with no problems or worries and everything we were supposed to get done gets done without hindrance.

In life we humans commit both good and bad actions sometimes we engage in being rude, violent, hurt other peoples feelings, negative, angry, profanity, jealous, disrespect, sexual misconduct, hate, love, compassion, kindness, empathy, sympathy, generous, altruistic, philanthropic, respectful, etc.

All actions that we do have consequences our good action produced good results our bad actions produce suffering in our lives. The results of our actions are our judgments, bad deeds result in bad judgments that punish us. Good deeds result in good judgments that reward us whatever you sow you shall reap and every measure of it.

What is a judgment? The word judgment means reward, so every action a person commits he or she will be given the reward of that action (deed). If you look at your life you will see that there are some bad thing’s that you did and, had gotten away with.

But years later a similar situation manifested and you ended up suffering. Your conscience says to you remember when you did the same-thing to that particular person many years ago? What happened is simply this; karmic judgment came and punished you for a bad action that you did to a particular person many years ago so your reward (judgment) was you had to suffer.

When you are rude to other people and hurt their feelings. Someday in the future someone is going to hurt your feelings and your hurt feelings are your karmic judgment (reward). So we don’t have to wait until we die to receive our judgment from GOD.

Because judgment day is everyday of your life, whatever you sow you shall reap. You will reap the reward (judgment) of your actions whether those actions are pleasant or unpleasant.

Every religion teaches the law of judgment the Hindus call it the law of karma, Christians call it the law of sowing and reaping, Buddhist call it law of karma, Islam teaches you will be rewarded according to your deeds whether good or bad.

Also, physics teaches that for every action there is an equal reaction and physics teaches that there is no such thing as coincidence. So even physics agrees with the law of judgment and as I said judgment day is everyday of your life.

So everyday of your life you are being rewarded for your past actions another name for judgment day is reward day. All the days of your life until the day you die you will be given the results of your deeds.

So do as much good as possible, and when your judgment comes it will be in your favor.

By Chance (Chancellor)

Written during the 21st century by Chance.

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