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Win Your Race, Gain the Prize: Rewards and…

Win Your Race, Gain the Prize: Rewards and Inheritance After Jesus Returns

by Theodore P. Ayre

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This book deals with the most awesome issue Christians will ever face - their accountability to Jesus Christ. After Jesus returns to earth from heaven, He will evaluate the lifetime performance of everyone who belongs to Him. His unfaithful servants will lose rewards. But He has an inheritance, honors and royal service in His Kingdom for those who have won their race by living according to His instructions.

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