Though he was rich he became poor for your sakes, that you might become rich through his poverty.—2 Cor. 8:9.
Although materially poor, Jesus opened the door for humble individuals to enjoy everlasting life in perfection. How grateful we are to him! And how we rejoice in the reward he received because he kept his focus on doing God’s will! (Ps. 40:8; Acts 2:32, 33, 36) Christians who today strive to imitate Jesus also refuse to be distracted by the pursuit of wealth. (1 Tim. 6:9, 10) They acknowledge that riches can make life comfortable, but they know that wealth does nothing for their everlasting future. When a Christian dies, his material wealth is of no more value to him than Jesus’ garment was to him when he died. (Eccl. 2:10, 11, 17-19; 7:12) When a Christian dies, the only thing of real value that he possesses is his relationship with Jehovah and with Jesus Christ.—Matt. 6:19-21; Luke 16:9
You may check your bible girls, it talks about the riches that do not rust,no moth and flies can destroy,no one can steal ata yon?