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Lovers of Pleasures more than lovers of God A father and son were walking along the streets of Paris one night. They passed a place that was brilliantly lighted. It was decorated with all the colors of the rainbow. Soft music emanated from within, and the fragrance of Arabian spices floated outward from the open windows. 'What is that?' inquired the boy. The father replied, 'Son, that is hell!' This surprised the boy. Hell - with all the glitter and glamour? He thought that hell was something ugly. He thought that the belch of sulphur would greet one at its entrance. But here it all looked so nice! What is more, the sign read, 'Free Admission.' But although it costs nothing to get in, it costs much to get out: character blasted, conscience burdened, one's soul in a lost condition." In 2 Timothy 3:4, the Apostle Paul warned us that in the Last Days men would be "lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God."
Everyday we are faced with the decision to either live for God or to live for the pleasures of this world. What choice are you making?
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