Is there a tougher sell in any Presbyterian congregation than the words of next Sunday's scripture? "It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than it is for a rich person to enter the kingdom of God." In a congregation like ours where the poorest who worships with us ranks among the richest in the world, these are hard, hard words. Our response runs the gauntlet from dismissal, "Obviously, these words were written for a different age and people and are not meant for today" to overreaction, "I can't buy anything new for my family or myself when there is so much need in the world?" Is there a middle ground in responding to these words of Jesus? How do people of great wealth respond well to this important injunction? This is precisely what we will explore this Sunday.