Many churches today ask their members to "tithe" ten percent of their salary. They believe that it was a commandment from the book of Malachi and those who do not give ten percent of their income will be cursed or not be blessed. What do you think?
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I believe the same thing. What's not clear to me is it 10% of your gross or net income. Some people say it is better if we give 10% of the former because this way, we are not just giving 'left overs' to God.
Sorry for the very late reply! Thank you!
a tithe was on increase only. only payable to Levites. It passed with the law. see nu 18. If you follow 1 part o the law you must follow ALL of it and be judged under it,not grace. read Galatians chapters 3-4 & 5.Keeping the law is denying Ch
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Very interesting! I do not know much about tithing. All I know is "everyone" (Jews or Gentiles) were commanded to tithe by Jesus. I need to read about it more. I agree with you that we are His stewards and should obey God. Thank you for your reply!
no, only jews were to pay the tithe. and it was Only on INCREASE not all. only levites could receive. there was even a tithe you had to eat yourself. and there is more read Numbers chap 18 Jesus never commanded a tithe, he talked about it to jews
Caroline, Jesus never commanded New Testament believers to tithe. Tithing is a tradition of man and no such law binds NT Christians.
Thank you for your comment, philirodge! I apologize for the very, very late reply. I'm not sure when the "comment" feature started. I will look into it.
sorry that is what the churches of men teach but it is unscriptural. Christians do not pay a tithe. anyone other than a Levite receiveing one is stealing from God. see Numbers 18. tithe was part of law Jesus completed/finished not for Christians