Short Fictional Story: The Great White Throne Judgment “Eye for an Eye”
*characters are from by Christian Fiction Book: Judgment-the innocent suffering
In the realm beyond earthly existence, where time ceased to hold sway, the Great White Throne stood as the symbol of divine justice. It was a place of reckoning, where all souls faced God's judgment for their actions on Earth. And on this fateful day, the abusers were about to learn a profound lesson and the ultimate justice would be dispensed by God himself.
The atmosphere crackled with anticipation as countless souls awaited their turn to face the divine tribunal. The abusers, perpetrators of unimaginable cruelty, were among them, unaware of the unique twist that awaited them in their moment of reckoning.
Among the crowd of tormented souls, a man stood quietly, his eyes filled with a strange mix of sadness and hope. This man was the victim of a terrible betrayal, a man with a smile that masked the pain that ravaged his soul. He had suffered at the hands of his trusted friend, a betrayal that tore his life apart.
As the first abuser stepped forward, a hushed silence fell over the assembly. The victim, a captured soldier who had endured unspeakable torture, emerged from the shadows, facing his abuser. The abuser, expecting a customary judgment, prepared himself for the consequences of his actions.
In this kaleidoscope of justice, the Jewish woman who had endured chemical experiments and the horrors of the gas chambers became an instrument of redemption. With her newfound voice, she recounted her ordeal, detailing every torment inflicted upon her. The abuser, now transformed into the embodiment of evil he had once embodied, listened with mounting despair as the depth of his own depravity was revealed.
But God's justice is a tapestry woven with wisdom and compassion. In a unique spiritual twist, the abuser and victim were about to switch places. Time itself bent to the divine will, transporting them back in history to experience firsthand the pain they had once inflicted.
In this altered reality, the abuser now stood in the shoes of his victims. His heart pounded with fear as he found himself within a concentration camp during the atrocities committed by the Nazis. He witnessed the horrors of gas chambers, the pain of starvation, and the anguish of separation from loved ones. He experienced the dehumanization that he once inflicted upon others.
Similarly, the slave owners were transposed into the roles of slaves. They tasted the whip and chains, their hearts heavy with the weight of their sins. The slave that had been beaten and hung for a crime he never committed now watched as those who had perpetuated his suffering were shackled and made to bear the scars of their transgressions.
The Great White Throne bore witness to this profound reversal of fate. The abusers, now victims themselves, experienced the anguish they had so callously wrought upon others. The power dynamics shifted, and divine justice prevailed.
Time moved in an inexplicable manner within this spiritual realm, and as the abuser experienced the suffering he had once caused, his heart shattered with remorse. The depths of his cruelty became apparent, and he understood the profound impact it had on others. The abused, now in the abuser's form, found solace in the knowledge that her oppressor would taste the bitterness of his own actions.
Days turned into weeks, and weeks into months as the abuser suffered, living the consequences of his past choices. He pleaded for forgiveness, understanding the magnitude of his wrongs. The abused, in the abuser's guise, listened with empathy, recounting in vivid detail the horrors she had endured—the pain, the fear, and the shattered innocence
God, in His infinite wisdom, sought not only punishment but transformation. The abusers, now stripped of their power, were given the opportunity to comprehend the magnitude of their actions, to feel empathy for their victims, and to seek redemption.
In the end, the Great White Throne taught a lesson that transcended time and space. It taught that the cycle of abuse could be broken, that the abusers could learn compassion through the agony they once inflicted. And as the abusers confronted the victims and listened to their stories, a flicker of hope ignited in the hearts of all present, reminding them that justice, even in its harshest form, could be a catalyst for healing and redemption.
-Ronald A Fahrenholz II www.anchoredingod.org