A good person leaves an inheritance for their children’s children, but a sinner’s wealth is stored up for the righteous. ( Proverbs 13:22)
Once while taking a morning walk with his toddler Sam, the billionaire was awestruck by what caught his eyes. There was another toddler quite similar to his son’s features in terms of face and physics. On the contrast the demeanor of both toddlers were very different. They were almost like twins. The family adopted and named him Vince.
Sam loved Vince as his own brother. He would tell him to enjoy things of this world as the life is short. He told him not to miss an experience before his death. Sam would squander his pocket money with the jerks and jocks of his class.Vince was ready to do everything for Sam and his family. He was grateful to love Sam’s family bestowed on him. He feared GOD. Vince would end up doing home works for Sam. Congenitally intelligent Vince often gave exams for Sam. He would suffer corporate punishments for Sam’s mischief. Sometimes he fought for Sam’s enemies too.
During his bachelors, Sam threw bachelor parties with compulsory fornication, drugs and booze. He got in a relationship with a stripper. But the stripper girl friend filed him for rape case when he did not give her $15m. He was sentenced to 6 years prison.
Vince went to jail as Sam for the billionaire family for 6 long years and started to talk to GOD inside the isolated prison walls. However Sam did not have enough time to live. After a year he suffered from blood cancer. Sam started seeking GOD in his last days and was happy that at last he learnt to leave righteous life and realize his madness. He started doing good charitable activities for his last years. Realizing he had a very short time to live, Sam started writing a private note about the reality of the rape case and childhood stories.
The authorities found the note and videos of dead Sam and had to release the innocent Vince out of jail after 2 years of prison. The billionaire handed over the riches to Vince because he had been worthy to inherit it for the prices he had paid for his legitimate son Sam.
To the person who pleases him, God gives wisdom, knowledge and happiness, but to the sinner he gives the task of gathering and storing up wealth to hand it over to the one who pleases God. This too is meaningless, a chasing after the wind. (Ecclesiastes 2:26)