You can think about it like this: you will spend eternity with whatever you truly love the most. If your heart is fixed on the things of the Lord; if you love righteousness; if you find your sweetest joy in fellowship with Him, that's where you will be throughout eternity. But if your affections are set on the things of this world, if what really delights you the most is the things that are passing away—if your life is characterized by the lust of the eyes, the lust of the flesh, and the boastful pride of life—then like Lot's wife you will perish in the destruction of all that you truly love.Read this post in its entirety here.
14 November 2011
A Note of Caution for Those Who Love the World
From today's post at Pyromaniacs, "Friend of the World; Enemy of God" by Phil Johnson:
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