“No servant can serve two masters,” says Jesus in yesterday’s Gospel. Whom do I serve? Another way of asking the question is: Whom (or what) do I worship? We worship whatever we think will satisfy our deepest desires: money, prestige, approval, sex, food, comfort, power. These are the typical God-substitutes. We are serving and worshipping God when we can say with sincerity and from the depths of our hearts: “Apart from you I want nothing on earth. My body and my heart faint for joy, for God is my possession forever” (Ps 73:25-26). To whom (or to what) do I bow? To whom (or to what) do I direct my deepest desires? Lord, gently show me my idols, that I might surrender them and serve you alone!