For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.
Have you ever notice how the material things we possess have become our masters instead of us mastering them. We make purchases based on our desires-homes, cars, cell phones, computer gadgets, etc., only to find that the very thing we had to have is the thing or things that's stressing us out. We accept jobs that have nothing to do with our divine gifts, we work long hours to pay for the things we've purchased, we give people 24-7 access to us through our phones, and we wonder why our energy is zapped and we are overwhelmed. The very things that should have been working for us, now has us working for them. "When did that happened?"
So, I pose a question to you that I heard someone asked that I thought was relevant and timely. How long before you become the commodity that is bought rather than the one who bought it?
Think about it. How much time do you really spend enjoying your purchases vs being stressed out over your purchases? What would it take for you to unplug and unwind? Or, could you afford to unplug and unwind without neglecting your responsibilities? Assess where you are and where its needed, make the necessary changes. You'll be glad you did!
But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.