And inasmuch as it is appointed for men to die once, and after this comes judgement.
We are born into sin, and until the day that we accept Jesus Christ as our Savior and Lord, we revel in the pleasures that the world has to offer.
We look for things to make us happy, never finding contentment, always looking for something better that will fill the constant empty feeling inside.
Some of us go a lifetime with this empty feeling, rejecting the grace and fulfillment that comes with giving our lives to a Savior that loved us enough to die for our sins.
While others join a Church, get involved and spend their lives still trying to fill that place that is still empty. These type of people spend their lives helping others, going to every church function, and still struggle with their lives, believing that they have to work for salvation.
Others humbly bow down, ask for forgiveness, began to read His word, and pray that God will use them as a vessel to reach the lost. Never asking for fulfillment nor seeking it, because the minute they ask for His forgiveness and seek the will of God in their lives, the empty spot is immediately filled.
The grace of God is sufficient for those that ask, because salvation is free plus nothing.
At This point, the game of life no longer is a burden to us, and beyond our reach, because this new life is now held with God, to safely protect until He calls us home.