It is a most lamentable thing to see how most men do spend their care, their time, their pains, for known vanities, while God and glory are cast aside
That He who is all should seem to them as nothing, and that which is nothing should seem to them as good as all.
That God should set mankind in such a race where heaven or hell is their certain end, and that they should sit down, and loiter, or run after the childish toys of the world, and so much forget the prize that they should run for.
Adapted from “Making Light of Christ and Salvation,” in The World’s Great Sermons, 2:60.
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