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Context Summary
Matthew 6:19–24 contains Jesus’ perspective on money and its place in the hearts of God’s people. This flows directly from His teaching that inner thoughts and motivations are part of righteousness. God, and His will, are what matter, not the opinions of other people. Here, Jesus tells the crowds not to stockpile temporary treasure on earth. Rather, they should be working towards godly goals—”storing up” rewards in heaven with choices driven by sincere devotion to God. Where we place our treasure indicates the real priority of our hearts. Those who live for worldly wealth live in inner darkness. Only one thing can be truly primary in a person’s life. Each person must choose whether to serve God, or their own selfish interests.


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“Matthew 6:24”

What does Matthew 6:24 mean? |


Matthew 6:24

24 “No one can serve two masters, for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will be devoted to one and despise the other. You can’t serve both God and Mammon.

Exodus 13 3a
Exodus 12 21
Exodus 12 13

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