Who is man that they do not fear God? They are but dust that will pass away as soon as they have come into this world. This lifetime is but a breath, a vapor, and then it ends.
Will one waste their life on foolish deception, or repent and find true life and freedom? Will they remain bound in their sin, dead to good works, or come alive in Christ, refreshed and renewed, thoroughly equipped for every good work? Will they linger on in darkness, stumbling and hurt, or come to the light, that they may find their identities and be healed. Will man stay broken, or will they allow the Mender to give them strength and heal their wounds?
Why should they deny the one that created them, the one that gives them life? He who sees everything sees their deeds, He is not blind to their works, nor is He blind to their thoughts and motives.
His grace abounds on all the earth. His light shines in the darkness. But we turn from His love, and spit on His sacrifice. We mock His holy name and hate His purity. We despise His children and all that is good. We applaud evil, we exalt it, we chant its name.
What has become of man? They do not fear God. And they will die in their sins.