Your Eternal Reward: Triumph and Tears at the Judgment Seat of Christ

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Moody Publishers, 1998 - Religion - 176 pages
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'Well done, good and faithful servant.' What an honor it would be to hear Christ commend us in heaven for the work we did on earth! The Bible tells us that one day we'll stand before the judgment seat of Christ. But how often do we reflect on what that means? Do we really live our lives with that final judgment in mind? Find out what Jesus will be looking for when we come before Him. And learn how we can use the resources of this life to store up treasures in heaven.

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User Review  - seoulful - LibraryThing

Erwin Lutzer, senior pastor of Moody Church in Chicago, brings a book that can be disturbing to many committed Christians of today. With a well cited Biblical exposition of eternity, Lutzer lays out ... Read full review

User Review  - Arturo Robles -

I really enjoyed this book! It cleared alot of misconceptions I had about our "Judgement seat" in heaven before Christ. I also enjoyed the chapter on What Christ Will Be Looking For. While our final ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

DR. ERWIN LUTZER (B.Th., Winnipeg Bible College; Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary; M.A., Loyola University) Since 1980, Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer has served as senior pastor of the world-famous Moody Church in Chicago, where he provides leadership to Chicago pastors. Dr. Lutzer is the featured speaker on three radio programs including "The Moody Church Hour", the popular evening program "Songs in the Night," as well as the daily broadcast called "Running to Win". Dr. Lutzer is an award-winning author of numerous books. His speaking engagements outside the pulpit of The Moody Church include Bible conferences and seminars, both domestically and in other parts of the world. He has led tours of the cities of the Protestant Reformation in Europe. Dr. Lutzer and his wife, Rebecca, live in the Chicago area and are the parents of three grown children and eight grandchildren.

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