Félix H. Cortez

is an assistant professor of New Testament Literature at Andrews University and president-elect of the Adventist Theological Society.

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Who said God is fair?

Those who travel very frequently by air receive preferential treatment from airlines. They have access to special airport lounges. They can choose the best seats on the plane. They can board the plane first. And, on many occasions, they can fly business class for the price of an economy ticket. Sometimes those who pass them by on their way to the back of the airbus may wonder if that’s fair.

What about those faithful to God? Do believers receive preferential treatment? They are, after all, frequent, loyal members of the kingdom of God. So does heaven have a rewards program? And would it be a fair one?

Heaven’s Rewards …

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