When Charles Dutton was convicted of manslaughter, not many people thought that he would achieve much in life. However, he made a surprising turnaround. After spending many years in prison, he later became a successful Broadway star. When someone asked him how he could make such a remarkable transition, he replied, “Unlike the other prisoners, I never decorated my cell.”
Charles Dutton had vowed to never think of his cell as home.
We Christians can also achieve great things if we refuse to consider this world our home.
“But our citizenship is in heaven…”—Philippians 3:20.