Whenever you have an accident, are diagnosed with a disease or face a long rehab, its hard to put a price on life. After breaking two ribs and collapsing a lung, two ambulance rides cost nearly one thousand dollars each. Treatments for cancer can accumulate into the tens of thousands. Meanwhile, braces, surgeries and wheel chairs aren’t too far behind, cutting into the life savings of those face with life altering conditions.
The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life and have it abundantly, John 10:10.
On the road to recovery, individuals have to consider the cost. Do you I want to extend my life? Or do I want to end my suffering? Sure, parents and loved ones will often do whatever necessary to keep the hope of healing alive. Yet, as time goes by, its up to the injured party to possess the desire and will to carry on. So what is the price of a life? Should you place a limit or should you adopt the Master Card slogan that life is priceless?
For whoever would save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake will find it, Matthew 16:25.
According to Jesus, there is something else more important than saving your life. The human soul is more valuable as it controls your eternal destiny. Thus, before you extend all your time and energy on trying to survive, don’t forget about eternal life. One of Jesus’ disciples claims that you can know for sure before you die, 1 John 5:13. Therefore, make your reservation today as a soul destined for is a horrible fate to face. The price of life is worth it all as long as a decision has been made, Romans 10:9-10.
by Jay Mankus