The Treasure Principle was extremely insightful. I was pleasantly surprised at how plainly the Bible explains our possessions on earth and how if weâ€™re willing to accept our tasks and roles on earth regarding our possessions how much more blessed we would be. Alcorn clearly defines why churches mention the â€˜10%â€™, gives the biblical definition and goes far beyond what we can do with that as servants. There are no miracle solutions to Godâ€™s gifts to us or how to get rich quick which I appreciated because I strongly dislike theologians (term used lightly) who try to make us think that if we give, weâ€™ll get while on earth. I feel these are promises nobody on earth can make come true and Alcorn is fully aware of that. Randy Alcorn helps us understand in this little handbook, how to begin a journey of giving in little step increments so there is no room for misinterpretation of what heâ€™s trying to get across to us. He uses his life examples in certain places and Iâ€™ve learned a lot about him and his family that I did not know but have humbled myself to prayer for them. Read this book with an open heart and pray that God will speak to you through Andyâ€™s text and you will see giving in an entirely new light. Enjoy! This book was a free gift in exchange for my honest opinion of it provided by Waterbrook/Multnomah Publishing Group.