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Publisher's Summary

Randy Alcorn, best-selling author of The Treasure Principle, makes a clear and compelling case for an under-emphasized scriptural principle: that believers will receive differing rewards in heaven depending on their actions and choices here on earth. In The Law of Rewards, Alcorn shows that we shouldn't serve God just for rewards. It's more important to remember that God's reward system is for His glory, our good, and the good of others. Once we understand God's incentive program, our attitude towards generous living will never be the same. This audiobook explains how our faith determines our eternal destination but our behavior determines our eternal rewards.
©2003 Randy Alcorn; (P)2008 Penguin
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By Anthony on 01-31-17

fantastic

great book, lots of scripture, excellent topic, sound perspective. I've saved several bookmarks and will study this material

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By Bruce on 07-10-12

Every Christian's guide to sound decisions

What did you love best about The Law of Rewards?

The important thing about this book is that it clarifies a difficult subject in a Biblical way. Many Christians are mistaken or deluded on the subject of money. Some think that business is evil, which is not the case. In fact God insists that we must multiply our return on the money we have, and help the poor, orphans, and widows, etc. Another thing is that some, especially Catholics, think that poverty is the Christian objective, which is certainly not the case, although there is nothing wrong with giving away one's possessions. Altogether, highly recommended!

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Randy Alcorn is an authentic Biblically based Christian teacher which is very important in this day of false teachers and false religions meant to deceive and destroy Christians.

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