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Does God Want Us To Give 10% Of Our Gross Earnings As Tithing For His Own Sake Or For Our Own Sake?
The Taxman Has Already Taken 30% Of Gross Earnings By Force. If Tithing Is For Our Own Sake, Then The Taxman Should Take Care Of That?
God made the universe, why is it that every TV evangelist has this particular quote at number one.... god needs your money, give give give
I have a hub called "Tithing, Giving and Alms" that gives scriptural confirmation that we are not commanded to tithe under the New Covenant. Because we love God, we support not only our pastors and ministries, we also give to help others.
God expects us to provide for our own families, paramount to financially supporting the church and others. He also expects us to pay back our parents and grandparents, honoring them in this way. The religious leaders of Jesus' day had "changed" the commandment of honoring your father and mother to say the parents should accept that the money owed them had been given to the synagogue. Jesus rebuked this!
Any church that demands tithing is sinning against the New Covenant of Jesus Christ. If a believer feels so led to commit a percentage of his/her income to the church and even give to other ministries or people, they must do so without neglecting the needs of their own flesh and blood. God calls those who do not follow this ordinance "worse than heathens".
When we give as the Holy Spirit leads, God is faithful to provide for us, and proves this again and again. Money-hungry prosperity teachers, however, are abusing this promise of God to appeal to the wicked, whose motive is to give in order to receive.
by ngureco5 years ago
Should Tithe and Offerings Be Based On 10% of Net Earnings or Gross Earnings?
by aoiffe3799 months ago
Does God make exceptions to tithing?Consider this true scenario. A faithful tither finds that an error has been made in salary.The employer removes $1000.Inquiries are made; there are promises to correct the error.The...
by Saint Lawrence9 months ago
Do you tithe as God's word encourages us to? A 10% off the top?Did you know that only 5 - 7 % of evangelical Christians follow this Biblical principle! Do you think that this could be a huge reason as to why much of the...
by boyatdelhi4 years ago
What is the Motivation behind tithing?"Most people who tithe, and many people who preach tithing, are motivated not by generosity but by greed" Do you agree with this statement?
by Renz Kristofer Cheng4 years ago
Have you sacrificed your reputation for the sake of increasing traffic/earnings?If you haven't, will you? I mean, there is another way of increasing your earnings, and that is to make a controversial hub/post or...
by Peeples4 years ago
Why are there so many churches?In a neighboring city there is a population of 9000 and there are 126 churches. Isn't this excessive and a waste of money(for the rents and building costs)? What's the point in having so...
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