Take heed, regard not iniquity: for this hast thou chosen rather than affliction.
When I have a choice between sin and discomfort, I should choose the discomfort. We shouldn't be lovers of pleasure more than lovers of God.
From: The Master Hath ComeBy Sarah Doudney, 1871 and from Welsh melody
The Master hath called us; the road may be dreary And dangers and sorrows are strewn on the track; But God’s Holy Spirit shall comfort the weary; We follow the Savior and cannot turn back; The Master hath called us, though doubt and temptation May compass our journey, we cheerfully sing: “Press onward, look upward,” through much tribulation; The children of Zion must follow the King.