There are two problems you want to have in life: having such abundant wealth that you don’t know what to do with it; and having built up such a reserve of moral wealth that you are practically indestructible. In fact the two are inextricably related. Moral striving conditions us to receive and maintain monetary wealth. Moral striving is the best training ground for those who intend to achieve wealth and influence. In fact, moral striving is the way in which we receive wealth. We need to begin to reframe how we view moral striving, from considering it a chore or a burden, to viewing moral striving as the solid work of creating vessels – accounts, safes, and secured currency bags - into which God’s infinite abundance can be collected, accumulated and secured for our beneficial use.