Day of Judgement

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Synonyms for Day of Judgement

(New Testament) day at the end of time following Armageddon when God will decree the fates of all individual humans according to the good and evil of their earthly lives

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Reading the Book of Revelation, he becomes convinced that 6/6/66 must be the Day of Judgement forecast in the Apocalypse.
The one and only key for success on the day of judgement is the love one posses in his heart for Prophet and his offspring.
Expressing solidarity with the bereaved families, he assured them that justice would be done on the Day of Judgement as nobody will escape the grip of Allah Almighty.
It is a reminder of the Day of Judgement, where Muslims believe mankind will stand on a similar plain, in scorching heat, waiting for judgement.
Judge Robin Onions told Sharon Foxall, 38, she was guilty of "persistent" dishonesty and added: "You must have known the day of judgement would come, but you buried your head in the sand."
So be it until the day of judgement. Incidentally, members for the Assembly were voted to their posts through legal and due process.
Come the Day of Judgement God may ask for any settlement back.
The MP for Ladywood faced a day of judgement when Labour's National Executive Committee discussed whether to strip her of the party whip, effectively expelling her.
The day of judgement for rooftop protester Rick Canty has been put off.
'If he knew that I was putting it all on for some charlatan, cynical, public relations purpose, He would be very hard on me on the day of judgement.' And, be adds, all through history high profile converts have had to cope with cynicism.
Christ said of those places which rejected the message of truth given by His apostles: "Truly, I say to you, it shall be more tolerable on the day of judgement for the land of Sodom and Gomorrah than for that town" (Matthew 10:15).