Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

Summary

And he commanded us to preach unto the people, and to testify that it is he which was ordained of God to be the Judge of quick and dead.

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Bible References

He commanded

Acts 1:8
But, you apostles will receive power when the Holy Spirit descends on you and [then] you will become My witnesses [i.e., to tell what you know] in Jerusalem, in [the countries of] Judea and Samaria, and [even] to the distant regions of the earth."
Acts 4:19
But Peter and John replied, "You decide whether it is right before God to listen to you men or to Him;
Acts 5:20
"You men, go and stand in the Temple and speak to all the people words about this Life [i.e., about Jesus]." [See John 14:6].
Matthew 28:19
So, as you go, make disciples out of people from all the nations, then immerse believers [See Mark 16:15-16] into the name of [i.e., to enter a relationship with] the Father, and the Son and the Holy Spirit.
Mark 16:15
Then He said to them, "You [men] go into the entire world and preach the good news to every person.
Luke 24:47
And [the need for] a change of heart and life in order to receive the forgiveness of sins [from God] will be preached in Jesus' name [i.e., by His authority] to people of all nations, beginning from Jerusalem.
John 21:21
[When] Peter saw this disciple, he said to Jesus, "Lord, what will happen to this man?"

That it

Acts 17:31
For He has appointed a [certain] day when He will judge the people of the world according to [a standard of] true justice by the man [i.e., Jesus] whom He has appointed [as Judge, See II Tim. 4:8]. [And] He has given assurance to all people [that He will do this] by raising Jesus from the dead."
Matthew 25:31
"But when the Son of man comes [back] in [all] His splendor, accompanied by all the angels, then He will sit on His throne of splendor.
John 5:22
For the Father does not judge anyone, but He has given [full responsibility for] judging people to His Son,
Romans 14:9
For this is the reason that Christ died and [now] lives again, so that He could be Lord of both those who have [already] died and those who are [still] alive.
2 Corinthians 5:10
For we must all appear in front of the judgment bar of Christ, so that each one of us may receive what is due him for what he had done while in his [physical] body [i.e., on earth], whether it be good or bad.
2 Timothy 4:1
In the presence of God and of Christ Jesus, who will judge [both] those still alive and those who have already died, and in view of His appearing [i.e., at His second coming] and His kingdom [i.e., when it is revealed in its eternal splendor], I solemnly urge you:
1 Peter 4:5
But, they will have to answer to God, who will judge both those who are now alive and those who have already died, [for the way they have lived].
Revelation 1:7
Look, He [i.e., Jesus] is coming with [i.e., "on"] the clouds! And [then] every eye will see Him, including those who pierced Him, and all the peoples of the earth will grieve because of Him [i.e., because of how they had treated Him]. So it will be. May it be so.
Revelation 20:11
Then I saw a great, white throne and Him who was seated on it [i.e., probably Christ]. Earth and heaven fled from His presence and they were not found anywhere [again].
Revelation 22:12
"Listen," [says Jesus], "I am coming quickly! And my reward is with me to pay [back] every person for what he has done.

General references

John 5:22
For the Father does not judge anyone, but He has given [full responsibility for] judging people to His Son,
Acts 26:8
So, why should you [Jews] consider it incredible for God to raise the dead?