(Matt. 27:19), a portable tribunal (Gr. bema) which was placed according as the magistrate might direct, and from which judgment was pronounced. In this case it was placed on a tesselated pavement, probably in front of the procurator's residence. (See GABBATHA.)
You can appear before His judgment seat and await your verdict with a calm and joyful soul.
This room had become too truly the judgment seat of the Years.
If we were brought to the judgment seat of pure reason how few of us would escape the cells.
What profound solicitude for the purity of the judgment seat!
But as the woman drew near the judgment seat, he uttered a horrid howl, exclaiming: See!
Then the undying gods were summoned to the judgment seat of Zeus.
Horace was summoned by Bentley as before a judgment seat, the authority of which he would have been the first to repudiate.
Thus the unjust as well as the just judgment seat has two sides.
He was accordingly brought before the judgment seat and doomed to die.
I'll give him the benefit of the doubt if he's ever brought before my judgment seat.