Joy Among The Saints In Heaven

Once, as I was walking down the street, I heard some people laughing

and talking aloud. One of them said:

"Well, there will be no difference, it will be all the same a

hundred years hence."

The thought flashed across my mind, "Will there be no difference?

Where will you be a hundred years hence?"

Young man, just ask yourself the question, "Where shall I be?" Some

you who are getting on in years may be in eternity ten years

hence. Where will you be, on the left or the right hand of God? I

cannot tell your feelings, but I can my own. I ask you, "Where will

you spend eternity? Where will you be a hundred years hence?"

I heard once of a man who went to England from the Continent, and

brought letters with him to eminent physicians from the Emperor. The

letters said:

"This man is a personal friend of mine, and we are afraid he is

going to lose his reason. Do all you can for him."

The doctor asked him if he had lost any dear friend in his own

country, or any position of importance, or what it was that was

weighing on his mind.

The young man said, "No; but my father and grandfather and myself

were brought up infidels, and for the last two or three years this

thought has been haunting me, Where shall I spend eternity? And the

thought of it follows me day and night."

The doctor said, "You have come to