By April 23, 2017In April 2017, Randy Alcorn was interviewed by | Life Impact on the subjects of Heaven and Happiness. In this clip, Randy talks about eternal rewards and how we can view them now.
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By April 9, 2017Randy Alcorn was interviewed by Greg Laurie of | Harvest Fellowship Church in Riverside, California on the subjects of Easter, money, happiness and living life now so that it echoes in eternity. In this clip, Randy talks about our desires for eternal rewards as Christians.
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Question from a reader:What if we serve the poor and do many good deeds before we receive the gift of salvation, and then receive Christ in the hospital a day before death? Will God reward people for works done for the right reasons even though they didn’t yet know Christ?
By May 20, 2015Randy Alcorn answers questions about how to give generously in light of eternity at the | Generous Giving 2015 conference in Colorado Springs. In this clip, Randy shares some scripture and thoughts about suffering, living for eternity and giving.
By March 19, 2010Service is a reward, not a punishment. This idea is foreign to people who dislike their work and only put up with it until retirement. We think that faithful work should be rewarded by a vacation for the rest of our lives. But God offers us something very different: more work, more responsibilities, increased opportunities, along with greater abilities, resources, wisdom, and empowerment. |
By March 5, 2010Revelation 3:11 says, "Hold on to what you have, so that no one will take your crown." |
By March 5, 2010I did use the word “earn” in a few places in my books | Money, Possessions and Eternity and In Light of Eternity. But in its context in both books I used “earn” in the sense of a Christ-empowered obedience resulting in God graciously granting us the rewards he promises.
By February 4, 2010Eternal rewards is a hot topic in the evangelical community, partly because some people think it is anti-grace and leads to works-righteousness to earn salvation. Nothing could be further from the truth, but that’s the perception. |