“Make friends with dishonest money, so that when it is gone, those friends will welcome you into the eternal dwellings” (Luke 16:9).
Money is neither good nor bad in itself. It’s how we use it that matters. Jesus warns us about the traps of money that can corrupt our hearts. He reminds us that true wealth lies in the values of the Kingdom of God: love, sharing and fidelity.
By sharing our money with those in need, we demonstrate God's love and build eternal bonds. It is a way of living the faith on a daily basis. Money management can be an act of faithfulness to God.
Today, I invite you to think about your relationship with money. How can you put it at the service of brotherly love? How can you make friends with dishonest money by sharing it with those who need it?