So one month later, she found herself on I-65 South headed for the Sumner County courthouse, and mentally preparing her speech to the judge. But, when it came down to it, somehow all of her pre-planned, eloquently-worded remarks got lodged in her throat when the judge sharply queried, "Guilty or not guilty?" It was all she could do just to croak out, "Guilty." That was that, and the bailiff escorted her out of the courtroom, where she found herself handing $109 to the cashier. She drove the speed limit home.
HEB 9:27 - And just as it is appointed for man to die once, and after that comes judgment..
A lot of misinformed people will think on that Day God will be tolerant with them; give them another chance after they say, "I'm sorry". But it will be too late then. God's judgment will be swift and just.
The very thing (God's love) that many will think will help them on Judgment Day, will be the very thing that condemns them to an eternity in Hell.
God has made His truly amazing grace readily available. To those who reject it, His final judgment will be severe.