Sir Christopher Wren was a British architect who lived in the eighteenth century. He lies buried at Saint Paul's Cathedral, the great edifice that was designed by his own genius. On his tombstone is written this simple inscription:
If you seek his monument, look around.
A man is known by his works. The question is: What have you done with your life? Have you been faithful to the call of God in your life? What one thing has God called you to do with your life? Believe me, the enemy doesn't want you to discover it. He wants you to go about living your life on your own.
Student, your entire life is ahead of you. Don't just drift through the empty motions of Churchianity. Find something that grips you and reaches deep within. I urge you to pause long enough to ask yourself, "Am I doing only a good thing with my life but not the right thing?" Then submit yourself, first and foremost, to Christ and his cross.
The condition of your heart will determine the destiny of your life.