Popular Christian Blogger from Singapore Highlights Biblical Ways to Maximize Eternal Rewards in His Debut Paperback Book 'Sandcastles Don't Last Forever'
Contact: Milton Goh, +65-81-80-2083, email@example.com
SINGAPORE, Dec. 12, 2018 /Christian Newswire
/ -- Milton Goh is a blogger whose website is ranked No. 7 on Feedspot's list of Top 30 Christian Parenting Blogs
worldwide. Over 500,000 unique users visit his blog for Bible-based inspiration annually. He also runs a Christian Facebook group with over 300,000 members. He recently launched his debut paperback book, 'Sandcastles Don't Last Forever' which contains Biblically-sound devotionals about maximizing eternal rewards, end-time judgments, and fulfilling one's calling in life. He believes that the topic of eternal rewards is hardly being focused on today - it is drowned out by seemingly-more practical teachings about temporal blessings. Milton hopes to put eternal rewards in the spotlight through this book.
In his book, he writes: "Well you see, if you want to receive heavenly rewards from the activities of charity, praying, fasting, and all other activities that merit rewards, then you have to respect the non-disclosure agreement between God and you." Milton points out that the Bible teaches ways that Christians can disqualify themselves from eternal rewards.
In another chapter: "If you cannot ignore and must say or do something to those who persecute you with insults and false accusations, then do this: Bless them, pray for them, in front of them if possible. Be extremely nice to them and even become the nicest person in their life." Milton believes that people are getting more disconnected in today's world that is more connected than ever with the Internet and social media. He believes that Christians should overcome the evil they face in society with good by responding in kindness.
Milton writes: "Believers will stand before Jesus' throne, before the Great White Throne Judgment takes place, to receive rewards for the good works that they have done in their lifetime, like acts of faith and service to the Lord." Milton believes that the fear of God's punishment is a crippling wrong belief present in some Christians. He hopes his book can soothe those worries through Bible exposition.
Milton believes that many Christians are unsure of what God's calling is on their life. In his book, he shows ways that Christians can discover their unique purposes in life, and what to do after knowing, to maximize eternal rewards.
Read more about Milton's book here on Amazon
. Milton lives in Singapore. He replies emails promptly. Contact him for an email interview at firstname.lastname@example.org