Life is not a Game

“Life is not a game. It is not a field merely for selfish uses, limited by worldly ends, as though it were only of this earth that abideth forever. It is an arena for noble effort; it is a school for our immortal faculties; it is a training of holiness and preparation for heaven. It is an opportunity for us, not merely to get, but to attain, not simply to have, but to be. Its standard of failure or success is not outward fortune, but inward possession.”

From: Theophilus Stork. Sermons. “The Problem of Life”

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Your editor is a Bible-believing Christian who’s learning to keep his eyes off the world and onto Him. He subscribes to the Augsburg Confession as an accurate summary of Scripture.

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