The Road to Reward, 2nd Edition

Robert N. Wilkin

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A Biblical Theology of Eternal Rewards

Just like the Olympics motivates athletes to train harder, jump higher, and swim faster for the ultimate reward on earth, so too should our heavenly rewards motivate us to live better, love more deeply, and share our faith more frequently. With clarity and brevity, Bob reminds us of the importance of living today in light of tomorrow.
Dr. Anthony Evans
President, The Urban Alternative

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Just like the Olympics motivates athletes to train harder, jump higher, and swim faster for the ultimate reward on earth, so too should our heavenly rewards motivate us to live better, love more deeply, and share our faith more frequently. With clarity and brevity, Bob reminds us of the importance of living today in light of tomorrow.
Dr. Anthony Evans
President, The Urban Alternative

There is no doctrine that the Lord Jesus and His apostles used more frequently and powerfully to motivate believers to endure in good works than the potential of reward in His coming reign in the climax of earth’s history. And there is no one more capable of handling the subject with clarity and faithfulness to the Scripture than Robert Wilkin. All believers will profit significantly from The Road to Reward.
Earl D. Radmacher
President Emeritus Western Seminary

Bob has treated the church to a biblical, comprehensive, and masterful discussion of rewards. This book should place this neglected subject back on the front burners of theology and the Christian life where it belongs. Bob has shown how a biblical view of rewards prevents confusion over the condition for eternal salvation and the motivations for godly living. But wise Christians will also heed its message to live in light of eternity.
Charlie Bing
Executive Director of GraceLife Ministries

In The Road to Reward, Dr. Wilkin has given the Body of Christ a unique tool for understanding the imperative of walking in holiness today with eternity in view. Many of the “tough texts” of the Scriptures are examined in-depth elucidating fresh new insights for motivating Christians to a deeper love, service, and walk with Jesus. The result of this work is a systematic study of sanctification or discipleship, which will draw each of us into more effective service of our Lord.
T. Kem Oberholtzer
Professor of Biblical Literature
Grace School of Theology

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Weight 0.875 lbs
Dimensions 9 x 6 x 0.5 in
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