5 laws by which God will
judge all mankind!!

                                            THE LAW OF THE HEART

                        Biblical Prophecy of Judgment

Biblical prophecy is a very prominent part of the Bible.  Prophecies are numerous and
speak to many and varied subjects.  

There are two major categories of prophecy and under each category various

1).  One category / type of prophecy is prophecy that tells of events that happen to
mankind -- in which mankind is involved  or is active in the carrying out of the


The destruction of Jerusalem by the Babylonians.  

2).  Another category / type of prophecy is prophecy in which mankind has no
involvement -- totally an act of God intervening in physical creation bringing to pass
that which He has determined / prophesied.

Some examples:

The birth and life of Jesus Christ -- the end time tribulation -- the final judgment of
mankind, etc.

We are told in Scriptures that God will prophesy to His creation events to come.

"Behold, the former things have come to pass, and new things I declare; before they
sprang forth I tell you of them."    Isaiah 42: 9.

"Surely, the Lord God does nothing, unless He reveals His secret to His servants the
prophets."   Amos 3: 7

Therefore, since God reveals before He acts, He has given to us the final events of His
creation in the book of Revelation.

The prophecy of Revelation is unique as compared the other prophecies in the Bible
and totally an act of God.

First --- it is unique in its manner of delivery to mankind.

The message is from the right hand of God as He sits on the throne, sealed with seven
seals, which only Jesus Christ can open.  

*** "And I saw in the right hand of Him who sat on the throne a scroll written inside and
on the back, sealed with seven seals."    Revelation 5: 1.  

*** "And I looked, and behold, in the midst of the throne, and of the four living
creatures, and in the midst of the elders, stood a Lamb as though it had been slain,  ---
.  Then He came and took the scroll out of the right hand of Him who sat on the throne.  
-----, You are worthy to take the scroll and to open its seals, for You were slain and
have redeemed us to God by Your blood."  Revelation 5: 6, 7, & 9.

All prophecy comes from God through Jesus Christ --- He is the author of the future.

"For the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy." Revelation 19: 10b.

Therefore, because of the manner of delivery as described in Chapter 5 and referred
to above, we see the importance and uniqueness of this prophecy in Revelation.  God
seated on the throne, only Jesus can open and all of creation declaring the worthiness
of Jesus to open the seven sealed scroll makes to be most important among the

Most important because:

The old testament  prophecies were primarily given to Israel and the peoples
surrounding the nation of Israel.  OT prophecies were not the whole of prophecy, but
when combined with Revelation we see the coming of Jesus Christ -- coming judgment
of the nations and then end time prophesies.  All of prophecy rightly interpreted
reveils the whole message from our Creator.

### But this prophecy from the right hand of God seated on the throne is given to all
mankind, as all mankind will be present at the great White Throne judgement.  The
great White Throne judgment is the final judgment of all mankind from Adam to the last
person to live.
We believe that the message of the book and prophecy of Revelation is the coming
judgment at the great White Throne of God.
There is no other message / prophecy that involves every human being that has ever

Thus -- the importance of the Revelation of prophecy from the right hand of God given
to Jesus Christ.

"The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave Him to show His servants -- -- things
which must shortly take place.  And he sent and signified it by His angel to His servant
John, who bore witness to the Word of God and to the testimony of Jesus Christ of all
things that he saw."  Revelation 1:1.

This statement in Revelation 1: 1 is acted out in visionary form in Revelation chapters 4
and 5.  

Please note:   In Revelation 1: 19  Jesus instructs John to, "Write the things which you
have seen".  Jesus then, quotes to John Revelation chapters 2 and 3. Then, beginning
with chapter 4: 1,  John says, "I looked",  5: 1, "and I saw",  5: 2  "Then I saw",  5: 6, "and
I looked",  5: 11,   "Then I looked",  6: 1,  "I saw",  6: 2,  "I looked",  6: 5, "I heard",  6: 6, "I
heard",  6: 7,  "I heard"  6: 9,  "I saw"  --- this same pattern continues throughout the
book of Revelation.  
Please recognize the importance that John wrote only what he saw and what he heard
from the the Seven Sealed Scroll from the right hand of God seated on the throne.

*** Therefore, the message from the right hand of God gives us numerous prophecies
-- God's law, tribulation, the physical end -- and the conclusion -- the Great White
Throne judgment, followed by the results of that judgment.

It is needful / necessary at any seat of judgment that there be a basis / law / or
foundation upon which judgment will be declared.  Also, there must be evidence
presented to the court of judgment.  That evidence can easily be seen from the books
opened at the great White Throne.  

### The basis / law or foundation for the great White Throne judgment is revealed as
Jesus Christ opens the Seals of the Seven Sealed Scroll from the right hand of God.  

*** Seals #s 1 -- 5 are the basis / law for the Great White Throne Judgment of God.  
(Revelation 6: 1 -- 11.)

*** Seal # 6 is the dividing of mankind into two groups -- the rebellious (Revelation 6: 12
- 17.) -- family of God.  (Revelation 7: 4 - 9.)  

*** Seal # 7 is the description of the beginning of the end time tribulation -- then the
describtion of the tribulation with numerous explanations.  (Revelation chapters 8 --

Explanations of Seals 1 -- 5:    

Seals 1 -- 5 give the basis / law for the judgment of all mankind.  
At the Great White Throne, the eternal destiny of all mankind will be determined.

Please note -- that there is a law, the 10 Commandments that was given to Moses, and
it is the basis of God's law for mankind.
But most mankind are not aware of, do not known of, nor are taught the 10
Commandments.  Jesus expanded upon the 10 Commandments as he taught us in the
sermon on the Mount, etc.  Yet many millions have lived, who have not known the 10
Commandments nor the teachings of Jesus or even who is Jesus Christ  ---  and they
will also be judged at the Great White Throne to determine their eternal destiny.  

Seals 1 -- 5 are the foundation of the law given in the 10 Commandments.  These Seals
and the 10 Commandments are contained in each other, expand each other and
complement each other as does the teachings of Jesus Christ.  

*** Seals 1 - 5 are the law of the heart.  (The words of this writer).  The law -- written in
the heart of every human being who has lived and who has possessed a sound mind.  
Everyone knows it is wrong to kill – to steal –to commit adultery etc.  Every human, who
has lived, is without excuse to believe or not to believe in God -- it is their personal
decision and evidence is everywhere.

" For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being
understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that
they are without excuse, --- ".   Romans 1: 20.

Seal #s 1 - 4 have in common;  announcements from one of the four living creatures, a
horse -- the courier, a rider -- mankind.

SEAL # 1:

The message of seal number one is twofold:

1. The rider had a bow -- a bow is an implement made from God's creation.  It can be
used for good (help to put food on the table) or bad (to threaten harm or to kill a
neighbor).  Mankind is given from God, the ability to make things from His creation
from wooden bows to nuclear power and mankind will be judged by how he uses it.  

2.  The rider was given a crown -- --  the crown represents freedom of choice -- like a
Mankind is given / guaranteed from God, the right to choose -- make their own
decision both physically and spiritually.

God allows every person to choose their occupation and life-stile, but they will be
judged by what they did with the life God gave them.  (Reference the parable of the

Mankind is guaranteed the right to believe or not -- receive or reject -- the God who
created them.  At the Great White Throne Judgment each human being will receive the
consequences of the choice, which they made.

SEAL # 2:

The message of Seal number two is twofold:  

1. "It was granted to the one who sat on it to take peace from the earth."  
Mankind is granted (not given) to 'take away peace' / cause trouble.

Example == A person walking peacefully down the road, then meets another person,
who speaks with anger, malice, prejudice, etc.  Peace is taken away and trouble
ensues, (sin) which has the possibility to escalate even to the point of murder -- the

2. The rider was given a great sword:  
The term 'great sword' is given to symbolize sin -- many and great sin.  If a person
speaks to another and anger -- it is sin.  If a person speaks with malice to another - it is
sin.  If a person treats another with prejudice - it is sin.  Yet the greatest sin against
another person is to kill them.  Thus, the 'great sword' is used as a term implying /
referring too the physical sinfulness of mankind.  An angry word -- murder, both are
sin.  Unforgiven sin == spiritual death.

"For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God." Romans 3: 23.  

Peace is taken away by sin -- where there is unforgiven sin there is no peace.  

To mankind is given great freedon -- to sin -- even a great sword.  

At the great White Throne Judgment mankind will be judged for physical sin.

SEAL # 3:

In the message of the third Seal the rider 'had a pair of scales'.  The scales represent
the exercising of business / work of the individual person.  Because –
in verse six the message refers to the cost of food -- thus, the necessities of life.  
All mankind, at the Great White Throne Judgment, will be held accountable for the way
they conducted business and the work that they did in their life time.  (Honesty -
fairness - etc.)  (Reference Rev. chapter 18).

SEAL # 4:

The message of the 4th Seal is -- the rider is named death -- and one fourth of mankind
will die a tragic -- premature or early death.  
All mankind must die a physical death as God declared to Adam in Genesis 3: 19 'for
dust you are and to dust you shall return.'

All mankind's destiny is determined at the point of physical death, as is illustrated in
Jesus' parable of Lazarus and the Rich Man in Luke 16: 19 - 31 --- hell for the rebellious
/ disobidient against God -- or -- Abraham's bosom (A place prepared for the family of
God) for God's family.  

The Great White Throne Judgment is a judgment in the spiritual realm.  
Mankind -- who had previously died physically -- their spirits then residing in their
respective place, until they are united with their resurrected bodies to be judged at
the Great White Throne.  

Thus, the Great White Throne judgment is a judgment of spiritual mankind that
determines spiritual death for those who have rejected God.
This spiritual death is separation from God and the provisions for spiritual life that are
from God --- forever.  

At the Great White Throne the family of God will be rewarded eternity in heaven – and
the provisions described in Revelation chapters 21 & 22.

SEAL # 5:

The message of the fifth seal declares that those who have killed the servants of God
will be judged for their actions at the Great White Throne.  

Whereas, there are numerous variations of the interpretation of Revelation and the
fact that Seals one through five are almost unanimously interpreted to be tribulation, it
is necessary to make some explanations.  

Tribulation is explained through the message of the seventh Seal, which is opened in
Revelation 8: 1.  The message of the seventh seal then continues from Chapter 8, all
the way through to the end of the book of Revelation --- thus, the 7th sealed message
is the complete  message of tribulation.  (The number '7' is a complete number in
prophecy).  The tribulation, explanations and judgment are explained as Jesus Christ
opens the 7th Seal.  From the beginning God had a plan for His creation that included
how He would end His creation.  He prophesied / reveals to us that plan through the
seven sealed message from His right hand.  

There is a judgment declared, an illustration of judgment against the woman / great
harlot who sits on the scarlet beast in chapters 17 & 18.
The woman, by the descriptions given of her, is representative of mankind, who has
rejected God their creator.  (In a similar / like manner  the 'Bride of Christ' (a woman) is
representative of the family of God.)   The extensive descriptions and explanations of
this woman called Babylon the great / the mother of harlots and abominations contains
five judgments. These five judgments correspond with -- are of the same nature / spirit
as the judgments explained in Seals one through five.  The judgments of the woman
are expanded / more explanation, as compared to the Seals, thus giving a broader
understanding of the Great White Throne Judgments.  The five Seals established the
basis / law for judgment and the judgment against the great harlot describes the
lifestyles of those who will be judged guilty at the Great White Throne.  

The law of Seal number # 1:

The crown of choice ===  The family of God, described as the 'Bride of Christ', has
                                 exercised their choice, chosing to believe in God --
                                 obedient to God's plan -- their names written in the
                                 Lamb's book of life --- thus there is no further judgment
                                 for them -- innocent by the blood of the Lamb.  

                                  Mankind, who by choice rejected God, represented by
                                  the great harlot are judged to be unfaithful / spiritual
                                  fornication -- rejecting their God and creator --- thus,
                                 guilty.     (Reference --  Revelation 17: 2 & 18: 3).

The law of seal # 2:

Take away peace & a great sword ===  The physical sins of the great harlot have
                                                       reached to heaven -- thus, judged guilty.  
                                                         (Reference --  Revelation 18: 5).  

                                                      The great harlot  is also judged guilty of the
                                                        blood of ‘all that were slain upon the earth.  
                                                         Revelation 18: 24b.

The law of seal # 3:

'Scales' -- business ===  The great harlot used corrupt business to amass the
                               riches of the world --- thus, found guilty.  
                                 (Reference -- Revelation 17: 4 & 18: 6 & 9 - 19).

The law of Seal # 4:

''Death"  ===  The great harlot denies death – then judgment --- thus, judged guilty.  
                            (Reference  -- Revelation 18: 7b - 8.)  

The law of Seal # 5:

To kill because of the Word of God  ==  The great harlot was drunk with the blood         
                                                              of the saints --- thus judged guilty.
----                                                                       ---  Revelation 17: 6 & 18: 24.  

With the above explanations we believe that God has given to
all mankind a prophecy,
(The book of Revelation, from the right hand of God -- seated on His throne),
that He will judge
all mankind at a time and place called the Great White Throne
Judgment.  With 5 pre-determined judgments, God will judge.  Every sound-minded
knows right from wrong and will recognize the justice declared at the Great
White Throne Judgment.  

God created all -- from Adam to the last person -- all belong to Him and He has
determined this judgment will come with
all present at His Throne of Judgment.  

God has given fair warning --- and mankind is without excuse.

The obedient family of God, whose names are written in the Book of Life will be with
their creator  forever, as pre-determined during their lifetime.  

Mankind, who has rejected God -- being disobedient until physical death -- will be
judged – then given their pre-determined choice of disobedience -- separation from
God forever.