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I. Believers inherit the kingdom of heaven
Their inheritance is secure
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The value of their inheritance is beyond human calculation
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As those adopted into God’s family they are heirs of God and Christ
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The nature of the heavenly inheritance
It is inviolable
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It is a response to faith and love
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It is for overcomers
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The heavenly treasure is to be sought
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Heavenly rewards
Service will be rewarded in heaven
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The prospect of heavenly rewards should be a spur to present service
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X. Rewards will vary
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Endurance for Jesus Christ’s sake will be specially rewarded
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Rewards for service include crowns signifying position and authority
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The redeemed will share Jesus Christ’s position in glory
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Conclusion:
The resurrection body as a heavenly inheritance
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