Yesterday I Was Your Savior but Now I Am Your Judge
A young woman committed a crime and was sent to court. The penalty for the crime was life imprisonment. Tears were shed for help, but no one could help. When she was called to the case in court, she started crying. Her family and friends who accompanied her also started crying, but there was no hope.
But something strange happened. Before the young lady went up to stand on the witness stand, a man stood up and the courtroom was silent. Everyone looked at him. He was noble and kind. He stood at the witness stand and mediated on behalf of the woman. The case was very difficult, but he used all his strength, energy, and resources to fight on behalf of the woman.
Yesterday I Was Your Savior
After a long legal battle between the man, the case, and the court, the woman was released. The lady stood in front of the man and asked, ‘Who are you!?’ You did not hear the answer!
But the next day she came back, and the lady deliberately committed another crime and was sent to the same court. As soon as she entered the courtroom, she saw the man who had interceded for her the day before on the bench. But the irony that occurred today is that he is no longer a lawyer, but a judge.
‘I came again,’ said the lady, with a smile on her face. The man raised his head and said, ‘Yesterday I was your attorney, so I fought for you even though you were guilty.’ But today I am a judge and my judgment must be fair. With tears in the lady’s eyes, she asked for the second time, ‘Who are you?’! The man replied,
‘Yesterday I was your savior. But now I am your judge’.
My beloved brothers and sisters!
Today, Jesus Christ is our Advocate and Savior, but the day will come when He will give just judgment and be the judge of all.
Jesus is coming soon, so prepare to meet Him. (Google auto-translate)
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