Men may indulge in things they call happiness, but there is often no real happiness in in them, for they bring punishment along in the sting they leave behind. It is not so with proper enjoyments - enjoyments within the scope of reason and right, where there is no infringement upon each other.
Evil will work out its own overthrow. The wicked will prey upon each other to their own destruction . . . This is just as natural as any principle of philosophy that exists, and it is bound to come to pass ? No man can afford to do an evil act ? ?Turn ye, turn ye, from your evil ways, for why will ye die?? (Ezek. 33:11).