The Parable of the Dishonest Manager
Jesus tells the story of a guy who has a manager of his possessions who is doing a terrible job. He tells the guy he will be fired soon, so the manager stole from him on his last day of work by getting in good with his boss' debtors in exchange for favors later. Then Jesus says you can't worship money and God so you should worship God.
I would think the message here is not to give your accountant access to your books after he has been fired. I know I've taken a few liberties with the details of the story, but if I understood it correctly it is a fair summary of the content. Also, I'm not exactly sure what "worshiping money" means, but it is a bit of a leap to go from finding money important to stealing.
The Law and the Kingdom of God
The Pharisees love money so they ridiculed Jesus for saying these things. Also Jesus says 'it is easier for heaven and earth to pass away than for one dot of the Law to become void.'
I assume this is the law of God, so this seems to say everything in the old testament is still valid. Anyone who tries to blow off some insane old testament law is going against this verse.
Divorce and Remarriage
If you get divorced and then remarry you are committing adultery.
I'm not a big fan of divorce, but sometimes it is the best for the situation.
The Rich Man and Lazarus
Lazarus was a poor man covered with sores who tried to beg for scraps of food from a very rich man. The rich man apparently refused to help and Lazarus died. He was taken by an angel up to Abraham in heaven. the rich man also died and went to hell, he asked if Lazarus could come help him as he was in agony. Abraham refuses so he begs that he at least go back to tell his family so they won't share this hell with him. Abraham says they have Moses and the prophets, if they don't listen to them they won't listen to someone risen from the dead.
This story is all kinds of wrong. So there is a rich guy who doesn't help a poor guy when he has the means. Not the best guy in the world but he deserves eternal torture? Ok fine, let's move past it, he winds up in hell and asks for help, when help is refused he accepts his fate but asks for his family to be helped so they don't wind up in his same position. (doesn't this show he is a decent guy?) This is refused for an insanely stupid reason. Ancient stories of prophets are NOT the same as the dead coming back to life to warn you.
I'd also like to point out verse 25 "But Abraham said, 'Child, remember that you in your lifetime received your good things, and Lazarus in like manner bad things; but now he is comforted here, and you are in anguish." It sounds like he was just lucky in life and now the tables are turned. It never says he is in hell for not sharing his wealth (is sort of implies it but never drives the point home). He doesn't seem like that bad of a guy but he was lucky in life so he is being punished in death.