I read your article on tithing and charity... I am a little confused.. I loved the article by the wa
My concern is that i love to both tithe and give to charity(homeless people, organizations) Now my sister 5 kids raising by herself with no help she is need i consider her as charity. If i was to give her money i know she will use the money on clothes, food etc. The 10 percent that i would give to the church from my paycheck, will God consider giving some of some of the portions to my sister, or an organization, or an homeless person. And the other half to a church home. Or she should i give all of my money to the church is what i am asking? Will i still be blessed. I dont wan to be disobe
Tithes go to the church for the upkeep of the church and charity goes to the needy. They are separate and not considered as the same.
by Dave Mathews6 years ago
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by ngureco7 years ago
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by Del Banks4 years ago
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by boyatdelhi4 years ago
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