The Bible tells the story of a man who went to buy a field and see if the land was of good quality found in it a hidden gem.
He was then sold all he had and bought that land back.
The man acknowledged that the land was more valuable than anyone could imagine.
He was not unjust, he might well have stolen the treasure and never have gone there.
But his wise attitude puts in our lives today.
As we explain this parable, Jesus compares the treasure trove with the Kingdom of Heaven.
I think this has much to do with our hearts!
Put your heart in place of the field and watch that place that you know exists in your heart, but it always seems to be empty and needing to be filled.
Jesus tells us that man first "found" the treasure if you direct your gaze to your day to day will see that God shows you several ways this because He allows himself to be found by us, He wants to be found by you !
And after viewing the treasure it hides again so no one found out until his return on the purchase price. When we discovered that the empty place in our hearts is exactly the size of God, we must prepare him that he may be invited to join.
We can not fill it with something wrong.
Man ... did not steal the treasure. He was correct!
So long as you understand that the throne, the treasury of your heart ... God must go "sell everything", ie, throw out what you're grieving, causing pain and renounce sin!
Join your words in prayer, "value received" by the decision to let go of what is evil and allow Jesus to reach the dimension inside you that only He knows the way!
Because your heart is the field where God wants to dwell!
And that residents there to be more precious than He?
God is Just! The Bible also says that if we seek God first in all other things will be added.
They can be a love ... a new job ... a family ... a dream come true, a cure. I do not know what your "other things", but I know what He says He is faithful to fulfill.
May God bless you in your search for treasure!
"The Kingdom of Heaven is like treasure hidden in a field, which a man found, and hid, and, in his joy he goes and sells all that he has and buys that field."