vaD nuqDaq lIj treasure ghaH, pa' DichDaq lIj tIq taH je.
par vaii gar treasure is, ogir will gar kar'rta cuyir also.
For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.
Whether in Klingon, Mando'a or English, Jesus's words, remind us to consider our priorities, and recognize what decisions we make about things we treasure.
As Karoline Lewis notes:
Being ready for Jesus' second coming is less about any actual time and place and more about imagining Jesus' activity in the world, when and where you least expect it or imagine seeing it. In other words, waiting around, waiting for instructions, is not going to cut it. Fear, treasure, and being prepared is the pattern for discipleship. Being without fear, knowing the source of your treasure -- that is, your identity, your worth -- makes it possible to be prepared for and an actual participant in God's kingdom. http://www.workingpreacher.org/preaching.aspx?commentary_id=1805
Lord, help us to treasure you.