Economics teaches us the concept of opportunity cost. If you spend your money on comic books, you cannot use it for candy, and if you buy candy, you can forget about the cotton candy. Life speaks to another application of opportunity cost.
All around us we see people trading in their lives for cheap thrills. We all trade our time for something. What goal are we trading for? Is it just to have fun or gain fame? Get money, love or avoid pain? We all spend our days on something, and a life is made up of days. What will we have to show our Savior, our God, and our Friend? How will we spend our lives?
I chose to spend my life of the things of Christ.
Come with me as we grow in fellowship with each other and our Savior to whom belongs the Amazing Escape from sin and death and the Amazing Journey into glorious life.