Your Soul Is Your Greatest Treasure, Don’t Trade It For Anything In The World
I need the help of someone here to convert the value of the whole world into dollars, because the dollars is the most common currency on Earth, and the value of the whole world is relative to the value of a single human soul.
Hence I need the dollars equivalent of the value of the whole world, to be able to better illustrate the value of a single human soul, since it is the currency that most humans on earth could relate to.
But meanwhile I choose to go with the assumption that a googolplex dollars equates the value of the whole world, pending when i am able to get a more appropriate and scientifically proven figure In this respect, as that is the largest number with that is known to man with a specific name.
And hence the assumed value of the whole world in dollars figures is this:
The reason I chose to go with the assumption of a googolplex dollars with respect to the value of the whole world is because of the extent of the earth’s natural resources and treasures that lay yet undiscovered and untapped to mankind.
For everyday new discoveries are made in this respect, despite the extent of those that have been made prior to that, which suggests that the extent of the world’s treasure and natural resources could perhaps have an infinity tag attached to it.
So having scaled that(subject to correction though) we can now thereby derive the value of a single human soul from the assumed dollar equivalent of the value of whole world, so that if the value of the whole world equates to a googolplex dollars, that would mean that a googolplex dollars is not worth a single human soul.
For Jesus said:
For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? Mark 8:36 (KJV)
Therefore even if a man gains a googolplex dollars which is the assumed equivalent of the value of the whole world, it is not worth the loss of his own soul according to Jesus.
Now what Jesus was saying in this instance was not just a saying that was exclusive to Him, for Jesus Himself was speaking from experience as He was once offered the whole world to this extent, as it was said:
Again, the devil taketh him up into an exceeding high mountain, and sheweth him all the kingdoms of the world, and the glory of them;
And saith unto him, All these things will I give thee, if thou wilt fall down and worship me.
Then saith Jesus unto him, Get thee hence, Satan: for it is written, Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God, and him only shalt thou serve. Matthew 4:8-10 (KJV)
Therefore if we interpret it in terms of the assumed dollar equivalent of the value of whole whole world, that would mean that Jesus Himself was offered a googolplex dollars by Satan for His soul, but Jesus furiously rejected the offer because He knew that a googolplex dollars was not worth the value of His soul.
The reason a lot of people sell their souls to the devil for much much less, is because they do not know that each of their individual souls is worth far more than a googolplex dollars.
I shared a true story here about a proposal that Satan made to me in this respect of a relatively negligible hundred and twenty million, dollars compared to the assumed dollar equivalent of the value of the world, and many people including some christian here in this forum rubbished it, with the main reason being their covetous and materialistic tendencies and hence the high value they place on the currency.
So that it would be impossible for me to have rejected such a said offer from the devil for my soul, unknown to them that I knew the value of my soul was worth more than the assumed dollar equivalent of the whole world, which is a googolplex dollars, and that even if that was what Satan had offered to me, I would have done exactly the same thing, and ripped the proposal to shreds.
For any man who knows the true value of his own soul would not trade it for anything in the world, not even for a googolplex dollars.
He that has ears, let him hear.