I recently saw a bumper sticker on a really nice SUV that said "Don't let the car fool you, my treasure lies in heaven."
It bothered me and I'm not sure why. Did it bother me because its a demonstration of false humility? Did it bother me because its a cheesy bumper sticker on a luxury SUV? Did it bother me because I'm tall and drive a small car and wish I drove a bigger car? Yes. I think all three are true.
My question is this, if you are willing to make it public that your treasure lies in heaven, then why are driving a really nice SUV? I mean, why not drive a basic car to get you from point A to point B? Wouldn't that be a better witness to what the bumper sticker is trying to communicate?
I like the bumper sticker that says "I like your Christ, but I don't like your Christians" better. Its convicting and eye opening and challenges Christians to change that perception.