When we find our riches, it becomes the responsibility of the conscience to place a value on them.  We are not covetous to treasure them as long as they are a gift of God, and through his charity, put to good use.  To overvalue them and put a place for them in our hearts, which God did not design to be filled, is when we become covetous.  Application becomes paramount as to how we use this treasure and the direct result of what the conscience demands.

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