WHERE YOUR TREASURE ARE?

FOLLOW YOUR MONEY, THEIR WE WILL FIND YOUR HEART:

 

Apostle James, R, Winfree Sr, God's Anointed, Chosen And, Appointed Messenger, And The Lord Jesus Christ Global Kingdom Nations Churches Transformational,

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In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus taught His believers and listeners the difference between earthly treasure and heavenly treasure, and He emphasized the importance of the heavenly: “Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moth and rust do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal.

 

For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also” ( Matthew 6:19–21 ). Whatever we focus on dictates our actions. When we focus on earthly success and wealth, we will expend our energies on earthly matters. However, when we focus on God’s priorities, our actions will reflect different priorities, and our reward in heaven will last forever.

 

Treasure is anything we value above all else and that which motivates us to action. For some it is money. For others it is power. Still, Worldly and the religious people strive for fame or attention. There are many things in this world crying for control of our hearts. According to Jesus Christ, determining where our treasure is also determined where our heart is.

 

Many religious and Sunday's meeting people claim to look forward to heaven, but their hearts are really not in Jesus Christ, their hearts are caught up in the cares of this world because that’s where their treasure lies.

 

Jesus Christ warned us that earthly currency has an expiration date. While it may satisfy us temporarily, it is unstable and fleeting. The ever-changing faces on magazine covers remind us that the famous are here and gone in a blink. The stock market crashes, Job lost, sickness teaches us that the wealthy can quickly lose its glow. Power, prestige, and public approval are limited and can be gone in an instant.

 

Even the Son of God experienced the fickleness of human approval. One day people were trying to make Him King ( John 6:15 ), and the next they were leaving Him in droves (Verse 66). Yes, people of today are the same, trust me.

 

“This world in its present form is passing away” ( 1 Corinthians 7:31 ). The moment we take our last breath, earthly treasure won’t matter anymore. Jesus Christ urged us to think beyond that last breath to eternity. When our focus is on eternity, when our treasure is laid up in heaven, our lifestyles reflect His heavenly Kingdom perspective.

 

We will all give an account of ourselves before God for every action ( Romans 14:12 ) and every idle word ( Matthew 12:36 ). No one is exempt. Excuses are not accepted. God sees and knows every thought we think and holds us accountable for the truth we’ve been given ( Romans 1:18–22 ).

 

We store up “treasure in heaven” when we make choices on earth that benefit God’s Kingdom. Jesus said that even offering a cup of cool water to a fellow believer is worthy of eternal reward ( Matthew 10:42 ). And yet,

 

all of you that God sent me to minister to, will not even send me any of your support, But I will serve you, God's sons and His daughters, because He loves me, and I love Him, and Jesus put it in my heart.

 

In ( Luke 16:19–31), Christ Jesus told a story about a rich man and a beggar. The rich man had invested his life in opulence and pleasure. He cared little for anyone or anything but himself. When he died, his riches could not follow him.

 

His life choices had prepared him only for hell, and all the money and prestige he enjoyed on earth counted for nothing. After death, he would have given everything he ever owned for a single drop of water, but his treasure had been invested elsewhere.

 

It is no sin to be rich, but our passions follow our investments. Wealthy people who consider their riches as belonging to God will use what they have in ways that have eternal significance, protecting their own hearts from the love of money ( 1 Timothy 6:10 ).

 

God's sons and daughters in Christ our Lord, whose treasure is in heaven cannot be owned by their possessions. They cannot be bought off because nothing on earth is worth the price of their soul.

 

They value the currency of heaven and use their earthly treasure to purchase “heavenly gold,” which will never lose its value. Investing our treasure in material things keeps our hearts anchored to earthly values; however, when we invest in things of eternal value, our hearts remain loyal to the Lord Jesus Christ, and we will not be tempted to foolishly attempt to serve both God and money, just like most wolves in sheep clothing are doing today. In ( Luke 16:13 ). Amen God's sons and His daughters.

 

Written And, Shared By, Apostle James R, Winfree, Sr.

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