It is a trait of children to be easily distracted by bright toys instead of choosing things of real value. Some of us haven’t grown up. Today’s devotional will explain. God bless you.
Because of Calvary,
“Life is a poor thing if it ends here. Do you believe that all you can possess is to be had on this side the grave? It is a poor lookout. Do you fancy that your life can be nothing better than an endless turning of the grindstone? Were you born merely to toil for daily bread? Is there nothing higher and better? If you say that you will die like dogs, I dare not think so meanly of you as you think of yourselves. You have only begun to exist. You have to live forever. You will exist in eternity as surely as God shall live, world without end. Shall it be an immortality of happiness, or an eternal existence of woe? Do, I pray you, think about this.” [Charles Haddon Spurgeon, The Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit XXXVI, (London: Passmore and Alabaster, 1890), p. 646]