What does it really mean to be rich in this era of globalization? What does it really mean to be poor and marginalized? How does the Kingdom of God speak to the rich and poor in this era? These are questions of concern in this book. By using the beatitudes and parables of Jesus from the synoptic gospels the book sensitively discusses the position of the rich and that of the poor at the encounter with the Kingdom of God which is one of the main themes in the earthly ministry of Jesus. The book argues that the rich meet Jesus when they interact with the poor and marginalized people. It also asserts that material poverty is not the prerequisite to enter the Kingdom of God. The book suggests that the Kingdom of God entails responsibility to both the rich and the poor in this era of globalization. Hence, the book is expected to provide a substantial contribution to the academic discussions about globalization and the relationship between the rich and the poor.