What did Jesus say about the sheep and the goats?

All the nations will be gathered before Him, and He will separate them one from another, as a shepherd divides his sheep from the goats. And He will set the sheep on His right hand, but the goats on the left” (Matthew 25:31-33). These words picture the final judgment that will occur at the second coming of Christ.

What does it mean that God will separate the sheep from the goats?

Distinguish between good and bad individuals, or superior and inferior ones.

What does the Parable of the sheep and goats teach us about the Last Judgment?

The Parable of the Sheep and Goats strongly encourages Christians to take action to help those in need. In this parable, Jesus makes it clear that a life worthy of the reward of Heaven must involve actively helping people in need.

What is the final Judgement in the Bible?

Belief in the Last Judgment (often linked with the general judgment) is held firmly in Catholicism. Immediately upon death each person undergoes the particular judgment, and depending upon one’s behavior on earth, goes to heaven, purgatory, or hell.

What does the goat symbolize in the Bible?

Goats were a part of everyday life and they are mentioned throughout the Bible. This view carried through to Christianity, where the goat came to be associated with paganism, lust, lewdness, and the devil. (By comparison, sheep symbolized the God-fearing faithful being led by Jesus or God as their shepherd.)

Who will be judged on Judgement day?

There will be two judges — God and Jesus. God is one (Romans 14:10), Jesus is the other (2 Corinthians 5:10), but God puts Jesus in charge of the judging (John 5:22, 27).

Where is the final Judgement?

At the Final Judgment we will inherit a place in the kingdom for which we are prepared. The scriptures teach of three kingdoms of glory—the celestial kingdom, the terrestrial kingdom, and the telestial kingdom (see D&C 88:20–32).

What is the biblical difference between sheep and goats?

What distinguishes the sheep from the goats is the acceptance or rejection of Jesus’ message. There is some difference of opinion among scholars regarding the identity of “the least of these my brothers”, with Reginald H. Fuller and others holding that it refers to the disciples Jesus sent out on mission.

When does the sheep and goat judgment happen?

It sounds like it happens on earth just prior to the 1,000 year reign of Christ. Matthew 25:31-46 describes the sheep and goat judgment. But when the Son of Man comes in His glory, and all the angels with Him, then He will sit on His glorious throne.

Where did Jesus place the sheep and the goats?

The Sheep and Goats Judgement. In Matthew 25, we see Jesus passing a judgment on the nations and people that survived the Great Tribulation under Antichrist’s rule where He places the Sheep on His right hand and the Goats on His left hand.

What happens to the goats during the Tribulation?

The Goats will have believed the lie. The great deception of the Tribulation Period. They believe Antichrist is God and will think that by persecuting and killing the Jews and Christians that they will be doing a service for God. They are so very deceived. They took the Mark of the Beast as a badge of servitude and are lost forever.

Who are the sheep in the Tribulation period?

This is specific to the survivors of the Tribulation Period where Antichrist was ruling and demanding total allegiance or death. During the Tribulation Period, those who reject the Antichrist as god (The Sheep) are going to be hunted down and persecuted harshly.