"His reward is with him"

God's defining of reward comes early in the Scriptures. After Abram had refused to take from a vanquished enemy "a thread even to a shoelatchet" (Gen. 14: 23) instead of demanding the customary spoil, God said to him, "Fear not, Abram: I am thy shield, and thy exceeding great reward."

Surely God is reward enough for any right doing. To know Him, to reflect His power, and to be conscious of at-one-ment with Him exceed any material benefits one might wish for; and the divine reward can never be withheld, for it accompanies God-impelled action.

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