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Daily Bible Verse 101
Thursday, June 20, 2018
Two men who invested their treasure in different places.

"Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth.... But store up treasures in heaven...... For where your treasure is, there also will your heart be." (Matthew 6: 19 - 21).

Where do you hide your treasure? What does prosperity mean to you?
The Gospel differentiates genuine riches and filthy lucre. Genuine wealth is one you can keep and enjoy always and everywhere. It is faith, hope, love, patience, wisdom, peace, courage, contentment, humility, etc. He who has God has everything. He who hoards the wealth of this world has nothing.

Two men illustrate the difference between genuine riches and filthy lucre: St Thomas More and Cardinal Thomas Wosley. Both men were in the inner circle of the government of King Henry VIII of England in the 16th century. St Thomas More put God first in his life and work. Cardinal Thomas Wosley put the king first. Henry VIII beheaded St Thomas More because he refused to put the king first. Cardinal Thomas Wosley continued in power for a little longer. Cardinal Wosley said while he laid dying in disgrace: "But if I had served God as diligently as I have done the King, he [God] would not ..."
Surely God would never forsake His own.

Today is the feast of St Thomas More. Among many patronages that he enjoys is the patron saint of lawyers.