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.
Unabridged. 3 CDs. Read by the author.
What motivates you? Do you ever long for approval? Would you like to hear someone you love and respect say, Well done”? Do you yearn for wealth, influence, or pleasures? As Christians, we tend to dismiss these longings as superficial, even sinful. But best-selling author Randy Alcorn explains that God created us with these desires. It’s all part of his incentive plan. In this fascinating look at God’s motivational system, you’ll find out why he wired us for rewards, what kind he offers, and when and how we can claim them. God doesn’t guarantee power or possessions or pleasures in this world, but he promises extravagant rewards in the next. Discover how the way you live and give today determines the way you’ll be rewarded in heaven for eternity.
"Alcorn narrates his own work with skill as he examines why God intends believers to be "His money managers." With an effortless-sounding narration he builds a compelling case for a scriptural concept he calls the "Treasure Principle": Earthly investments in God's Kingdom bring eternal rewards. He also explains what the rewards are and how to claim them. Alcorns ability to simplify and convey complex ideas about tithing, money management, and heavens rewards is persuasive. While his ideas can be viewed as Gods incentive program, he is quick to assure listeners that money management is linked to eternal rewards and not to salvation. Alcorn's easy-to-listen to voice affirms that those who store treasures on earth receive their reward on earth."
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