Investments are important to us. We give serious consideration to anything that would call for a financial investment. We each realize that our resources are limited and to say “yes” to one investment means we must say “no” to many others. And we want to invest in the option that has the highest potential return to us personally. Often a professional investment advisor can help steer us in the right direction. In today’s passage, the Bible offers some sound investment advice from an unlikely source: An unemployed, homeless man who depended largely on others for his meals and lodging. He also happens to be the Son of God. You may be surprised to hear what Jesus teaches about investing our money—and how it relates to eternity.