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Tyndale House The Law of Rewards: Giving what you can't keep to gain what you can't lose. - eBook

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. Taken mainly from excerpts of Money, Possessions, and Eternity, this book shows how our faith determines our eternal destination but our behavior determines our eternal rewards.
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Good short read

Date:December 26, 2012
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Jason B
Location:Lapel, IN
Age:25-34
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I really enjoy books by Randy Alcorn. This book isn't really long but it packs a lot in there. Always based on God's word and easy to understand.
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Date:July 11, 2012
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alana
Location:Fonthill, Ontario Canada
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This book showed me that God "wants to reward" us and we don't need to feel selfish to work to that end. Also I learned that Jesus put a lot of "emphasis" on helping the impoverished in our communities and so I am now much more aware of this responsibility.
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