One of the curiously least exploited questions in the book is the question of serving God with his treasure. Despite how frequently local churches talk about it, it is not widely disseminated on librarian shelves. I was able to visit some libraries and my observation was that Christian writers are either less interested on the subject or do not give enough time to talk about it. Reader could understand why the biographic references are not taken up.
In the earth, people invest in different activities where they can gain benefit of their Investments. Some are becoming more and more rich while some lose everything. Those who invest for themselves without involving God or using their wealth for God are the big losers. What will happen to those who had been rich but have lost everything on the earth without serving God with their wealth? Jesus Christ tells us that the right place to invest is in the heaven. That is the title of our book. Heaven, The Right Place to Invest.