“For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.“- Matthew 6:21
Theologian Paul Tillich defined faith as our “ultimate concern“. The object of this concern is holy, full of grace, ethereal, sacred. Tillich said that faith ” is the most centered act of the human mind“. Our ultimate concern is our treasure.
If your faith is absolute, then you must accept being accepted. You must consent to receive the grace of being loved beyond reason and beyond any shadow of a doubt.
Where is your treasure? It is a good question to ask. Is your treasure temporal or is it eternal? Is your treasure worthy of your heart?
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