What do you think about the saying of Jesus "But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, ..."
What do you think about the saying of Jesus "But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moths and vermin do not destroy"?
He means that the spiritual treasures reside within your being, your existence, not in the material world. The spiritually enlightened do not have to worry about "moths and vermin" destroying their spiritual values because this individual knows that he or she exists as an eternal expression of the divine.
by jomine7 years ago
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by PlanksandNails5 years ago
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by Stephanie Njambie20 months ago
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by Troy Wilkerson6 years ago
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