The odds of winning the lottery is highly unlikely. The odds of becoming President of the United States of America or getting struck by lightning is much greater. Yet many who play the lottery hope that the odds will be in their favor and just maybe they'll win the big jackpot!
In contrast, the odds of a person dying is absolute (1 out of 1 will die). Death is a "sure bet"! Yet few seem the least bit concerned about where they'll be spending eternity. (See: Death is a Reality)
You value money, but do you value your soul?
35 For whoever desires to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for My sake and the gospel’s will save it. 36 For what will it profit a man if he gains the whole world, and loses his own soul? (Mark 8:35-36 NKJ)
The following is excerpted from "Are you good enough to go to Heaven? The Ten Commandments and you." by Ray Comfort
Would you sell one of your eyes for a million dollars? How about both for $20 million? No one in his right mind would. Your eyes are priceless to you, yet they are merely the windows of your soul. Your life (your soul) is of such value, Jesus said that you should despise the value of your eye compared to it. He said that if your eye causes you to sin, pluck it out and cast it from you, for it is better to enter Heaven blind than to go to Hell seeing (Matt. 18:9). In other words, of all the things you should prioritize in your life, it’s not your health, your vocation, etc., it’s your eternal salvation.
What should you then do? Simply repent and put your trust in Jesus Christ as your Savior and Lord. Don’t put it off until tomorrow.
Read: "Are you good enough to go to Heaven? The Ten Commandments and you."