Questions 188 (COD Page 834)
What happened to the born-again believers who are in the various denominations but not in the Bride of Christ? What happens to them?
200 Well, I think we explained that a while ago. See? They go into the Tribulation. They are martyred in the Tribulation. Come up in the last, after the Millennium, for their judgment.
See? Because the Bible said that the rest of the living… “The rest of the dead lived not until the thousand years was expired.” Then there was a resurrection, and then come forth the both, just and unjust, and was judged by Christ and the Bride. He came to the earth with ten thousand times ten thousand of His saints. Is that right? His Bride.
201 Judgment was set. Books were opened. Books were opened. And another Book was opened, which was the Book of Life. He separated, from there, the goats from the sheep. Is that right? That had nothing to do with the Bride. She was standing right there in judgment, with her Queen…the Queen and King, together.
“He came with His saints; ten thousand times thousands ministered to Him,” His wife. Then judgment was set, and then the sheep were separated from the goats. Remember the other night, me bringing that little meditation, so you’d understand it, the cowboy meditation? See? There you are.
202 No, they, that’s they, the–the–the church, the people that are in denominations, that are–are genuine Christians, who receive the Message and they will never see It.
It’ll never be preached to them. And those in a mixed crowd, who It is preached to, It’ll go right over the top of their heads, unless their name was on the Lamb’s Book of Life. Yeah. But they will be good people.
203 And they’ll be raised up again and given trial, and be judged by the very group that preached to them. “Don’t you know the saints will judge the earth?” They’ll be preached to, see. They’ll be preached to, by the very same people witnessed to them of the Message, to “Come out of it!” See? I hope that explains it. I got so many here, that…