He must leave all he owns to
someone who has not worked for it.
It won’t be long until everything that now belongs to you will belong to someone else.
When God faced off with a man whose life was absorbed in beefing up his assets he said, “You fool! Tonight you will die. Then who will get what you have stored up?” (Lk. 12:20).
Eventually a day will dawn with this caption: “This is the day you die.” Then, this question: “Who gets your stuff?”
That question haunted Solomon. He knew that one day he would leave everything he’d worked for to an heir—“And who knows whether he will be a wise man or a fool?” he fretted.
It’s yours for a while. Then who gets it?
The mortality rate is 100%.