Although bystanders told a blind man to stop calling out, Jesus saw his faith and gave him eyesight. A wealthy tax collector named Zacchaeus planned to get a glimpse of the Lord by climbing a tree but got much more. In a parable, servants received handsome rewards for making profits with money entrusted to them by a nobleman who later became a king. Jesus angrily ransacked a marketplace in the Temple area because it stole glory from God. Some Sadducees trying to debunk belief in resurrection asked whose wife a widow would become if she had seven husbands in her lifetime, but no children. No matter how we approach Jesus, our King, do we trust Him to give more than we ask if needed?