John 10:10 The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly. I'm truly amazed that many would choose a life of misery and unhappiness over a life of joy and peace. Jesus not only came to this world to suffer and die for the sins of man, and by so doing purchase eternal life for all who will believe; but he also came that we might be abundantly blessed in this life that we are living right here and now. Our passage tells us that the devil is a thief who has come to steal, kill and destroy everything that pertains to godliness. We know that he is a master of deception and will use every trick at his disposal, to keep people from making a decision for Jesus Christ. His goal is to hinder the sinner from trusting Jesus. If he accomplishes that goal, every person who dies without Christ, will be, cast into the lake of fire, and will be, tormented night and day forever. That's what the devil wants for everyone, but Jesus on the other hand, took the awful penalty of our sins upon himself, spilled his life's blood on Calvary's cross, suffered the horrors of hell and separation from God for three days and three nights, and arose from the grave. His payment for sin, was, accepted by God, and forgiveness was offered to every sinner, no matter how guilty, who would by faith, receive Christ as his only chance for heaven. If you have never admitted to God that you are a sinner deserving of hell, would you right now receive Jesus as your own personal savior, and trust him to forgive you of your sins? If you will do that in sincerity and truth, I promise that you will have abundant life, both now and for eternity. May God richly bless you.