Will you set your eyes on that which is not? People are badly cheated in this world. They imagine that the things they can see are the real things, the gold, lands, and stocks are the true treasures. So they toil for those things and gather them into their possession, piling up what they suppose to be wealth. Thus they live in pomp, with their fine houses, and all their brilliant show. They call themselves millionaires. But one day their supposed riches take to themselves wings and fly away like eagles. Or they mat keep their wealth, perchance, and die at lasting the midst of it, and have a great funeral; but they find that they cannot carry a penny of it with them. “How much did he leave?” was asked about a rich man who had died. “He left it all,” was the answer. If men only knew that there are things which will never fly away, they would no longer live for the wealth that perishes; they would pass by the glittering unrealities to lay hold of the true riches. He who is rich toward God is the millionaire.