Furthermore, this is A SENSELESS APPROACH TO LIFE (v.20-21). “Fool!” That is God’s judgment—and what a horrible one! The world’s evaluation may differ greatly—they may celebrate and commend people like this fellow—but, only God’s evaluation matters in the end. “Whose will those things be?” Egyptian tombs have been found containing fabulous wealth. Per the deceased’s instructions, it was buried with them so they would have it in the afterlife. When the tomb was opened it was found that they left it all behind. We all will. You can, of course be “rich toward God.” That happens when you invest in the things of eternity!The first riches we need are what Paul called in Ephesians, “the riches of His grace.” If we don’t have that we are fooling ourselves that we are prepared to meet God. The riches of grace experienced should move us to share those riches with others. God blesses us to be a blessing. Money matters!