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How You Get "Residual Income" in God's Kingdom 2

Here's Part 1
Residual income is income you get even after a sale is done and over. You still get income from that one sale you made a long time ago, and that income never stops. That's earthly marketing.
Something like that also happens in the spiritual realms. Sharing God's Word to people and living out the Word of God daily (living the LIFE of Jesus daily) brings you great rewards. In fact, anything done for God and his Kingdom according to God's Word brings you rewards.
God is not unjust; he will not forget your work and the love you have shown him as you have helped his people and continue to help them. [Hebrews 6.10] And another promise goes like this:
Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain. [1 Corinthians 15.58]Continuing Blessings

But blessings in Christ are not just one-time affairs. They keep going on---provided you continue to share the Gospel and live the LIFE of Jesus daily (live ou…

How You Get "Residual Income" in God's Kingdom

It's all so wonderful! Working for God in his Kingdom is very profitable. Whether you are a sower, a reaper, the one who waters or all of the above, you earn "points" that translate to rewards in God's Kingdom.
The one who plants and the one who waters have one purpose, and they will each be rewarded according to their own labor. [1 Corinthians 3.8] You see two things here:

1. The one who plants and the one who waters should "have one purpose."

As long as they have one purpose, everything will be fun and smooth sailing. The problem happens if they have opposing purposes. For instance, if churches are in competition because they have different denominations. They try to outdo each other in evangelism, ending up grabbing people from each other.

One church may even say the other church "stole" its members. Clearly, they don't have one purpose, so what they do is not God's work---because God's work, according to Paul, always have workers w…