19"1Do not store up for yourselvestreasures on earth, wheremoth and rustdestroy, and wherethievesbreak in and steal.20"But store up for yourselves2treasures in heaven, whereneithermothnorrustdestroys, and wherethieves do not break in orsteal ;21for 3where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.22"4The eye is the lamp of the body ; sothenif your eye is aclear, your wholebody will be full of light.23"But if5your eye is bbad, your wholebody will be full of darkness. Ifthen the light that is in you is darkness, howgreat is the darkness !24"6Noonecanservetwomasters ; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to one and despise the other. You cannotserveGod and c7wealth.
25"8For thisreason I say to you, ddo not be 9worriedabout your elife, as to what you will eatorwhat you will drink ; nor for your body, as to what you will put on. Is not lifemore than food, and the bodymore than clothing ?26"10Look at the birds of the fair, that they do not sow, norreapnorgather into barns, and yet your heavenlyFatherfeeds them. Are you not worthmuchmore than they?27"And who of you by being 11worriedcan12add a single ghour to his hlife ?28"And why are you 13worriedaboutclothing ? Observehow the lilies of the fieldgrow ; they do not toilnor do they spin,29yet I say to you that not even14Solomon in all his gloryclothed himself likeone of these.30"But ifGodsoclothes the 15grass of the field, which is alive today and tomorrow is thrown into the furnace, will He not muchmore clothe you? 16You of littlefaith !31"Do not 17worrythen, saying, 'What will we eat?' or'What will we drink?' or'What will wear for clothing?'32"For the Gentileseagerlyseekallthesethings ; for 18your heavenlyFatherknows that you needallthesethings.33"But iseekfirstjHis kingdom and His righteousness, and 19allthesethings will be kadded to you.34"So do not 20worryabouttomorrow ; for tomorrow will lcare for itself. mEach day has enoughtrouble of its own.