What you value most is your treasure. Where you spend your time and your money is your treasure. Whatever dominates your conversation is what you treasure. What others know you for is a good indication of what your treasure is.
Most Christians are quick to claim that God is their first priority. Yet often their actions reveal that their treasure is not good but things of the world. Some Christians find it difficult to discuss their relationship with God, but they can chatter easily about their friends, family, or hobbies. Some find it impossible to rise early in order to spend time with God, but they willingly get up at dawn to pursue a hobby. Some find it difficult to give an offering to God and but readily spend lavishly on recreation. Some boldly approach strangers to sell a product, yet they painfully timid in telling others about their saviour. Some give hundreds of hours to serve in volunteer organization but feel they have no time available to serve God.
If you are unsure of where you treasure is, examine where you spend your available time and money. Reflect on what it is you most enjoy thinking about and discussing. Ask your friends to tell you what they think is most important and most valuable to you. It may surprise you to know what others consider to be your treasure.
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