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Karma - is it in the Bible?

The other thing we need to remember is that we are not promised all of our rewards in this life. In fact, we are told we will have tribulation (John 16:33). We have to realize that we always reap later than we sow. Doing good will not necessarily bring riches and prosperity in this present age, contrary to what some preachers are telling their congregations. Sometimes bad things happen to believers. And, at times, it seems that unbelievers are better off, even if they are sinning. That is never the case, however. It is by God's grace that their punishment is delayed.

Conclusion When all is said and done, it is God who is the perfect and holy judge of all the earth. He will see that righteousness is rewarded and that sin is punished. When we cite karma as the force that will do these things, we are taking the glory away from the one who alone deserves our fear and our praise. Karma is not real. It is a pagan concept that promotes a form of salvation by works and the believer in Jesus Christ must remove it from his or her vocabulary. Let us give God his proper place in the universe—for in the end he will not be denied!

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