Other than for their metaphorical lessons I have little interest in scripture but as you pretend to adhere to them as some holy word to be taken very seriously I thought it maybe worth while to remind you of the tenets and credos they espouse. But alas I was wrong. It's obvious I have a much firmer understanding in living the words of Jesus than you do.......you even misrepresent the words as put forth in the quoted text you posted.Ogoun, I am delighted with your interest in the scriptures. You needed to go a little further down chapter 6. When we prove ourselves worthy, sanctifying our souls we may have wealth if we desire, only remember what it is given us for, to help the needy causes.
1 Tim. 6: 17, 18, 19 "Charge them that are rich in this world, that they be not high-minded (thinking they are so much better than everyone else), nor trust in uncertain riches (making money in evil ways or forgetting what's important spiritually to learn and achieve), but trust in the living God, who giveth us richly all things to enjoy (when we follow on the right path of love of God); that they (who have extra money) do good, that they be rich in good works, ready to distribute (your wealth where it serves man and God for help), willing to communicate (tell people about Jesus Christ for their sakes), laying up in store for themselves (the future) a good foundation (for exaltation) against the time to come (when they return to the God who gave them mortal life), that they may lay hold on (the glory) of eternal life (the victory having great joy forever.)
are as singularly tone deaf to the meanings of the lessons put forth in the parables of the Bible as you were to the messaging in 'The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest'. You bring a child's magical thinking to the table presented as something serious we should entertain and pretend cute little emojis give a crown to your personal glory and lend truthiness to your sever lack of wisdom or wit. You have a stunted grade school level imagination and accordingly have limited your scope shutting yourself off of any knowledge of the world around you. In short (and you can this to the bank)..............you are a bankrupt soul.
You can not buy a stairway to heaven.
Willa, do not read this next essay because you will not understand it and I'm not going to try and deconstruct or explain it for you as it's meant strictly for the grownups in the room.