She was looking at a DigiCam in Electronics.
We ended up having a great conversation with the kid there (20). He was raised in a Christian home and is now currently going to college and lives in a Christian Fraternity House. What was his take on salvation? That if you live a good life, and do good things for other people ("you know...love other people and treat them right, show them that you love them") - when you die, you'll get to go to heaven.
We had a great discussion about the truth of the Gospel, the value of his soul and how much more God values him than he can imagine. I used the eyeball analogy...it really, really mad him think...he even said with this amazed look on his face "Wow...I've never heard it put that way."
If I could offer you a completely pain free surgery, you'd never feel any pain at all, would you give up one of your eyeballs for a million bucks? I'd even replace it with a great looking glass eye - of course you'd be blind out of that eye for life...We definitely left him with a few things to think about...he has a bible at home but never reads it. We encouraged him to pick it up, look at the truths about God's love, salvation and his eternity in that awesome love letter.
How about if I offered you 10 million for BOTH your eyes; no pain at all and you'd have good looking fake eyes, but you'd be completely blind for life. Would you take the $10 million?
- Universally the answer is "No...of course not."
You then say something like "Have you heard it said that the eyes are the windows to your soul? Your soul looks out of those eyes...and you wouldn't even take $10 million for your eyes...how much more valuable is your SOUL to you?"