"Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also." (Matthew 6:21) What do these words from Jesus mean to you?
Martin Luther once said, "...whatever your heart clings to and confides in, that is really your God." We like to think our treasure is where our heart is, but often our treasure gets spent on things that are not truly important to us. Our treasure consists of our money, but also our time and energy. We all want our lives to matter.
We want to invest in the things that are important to us. But sometimes we are afraid and lack trust to invest in the really important things in life like our relationship with God. We often feel as if we have to do everything, but this spreads our hearts too thin! We are challenged this week to think about what we want to invest in, versus what we actually are investing in. If there is a disconnect between the two, how can we work toward getting our treasure and our hear in line?