Heb 11 [25] He chose to be mistreated along with the people of God rather than to enjoy the fleeting pleasures of sin. [26] He regarded disgrace for the sake of Christ as of greater value than the treasures of Egypt, because he was looking ahead to his reward.

Moses could have continued to live a life of luxury and privilege; a life certain to bring  plenty more pleasures of this world.  But he chose to be faithful to God and his people instead of continuing with all the earthly sinful pleasures.

We are probably all confronted with situations were we need to make similar decisions.  Maybe not as extreme as leaving a life of total luxury and privilege into one of suffering and mistreatment, but still similar.  In the business world – will I honor God in all by business decisions or go along with a business decision that is intentionally misleading, knowing that the worldly gains would be much higher?  My faithfulness to God is stronger than that and I know my reward is way bigger than any short term gratification in this life.

Lord help be to follow Your way, stay focused on Your promise, and glorify You in all I do, not getting caught up in what may seem like little sins for immediate pleasure in this life.