A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON TITHING
Tithing and wealth
A new perspective on tithing has surfaced and become a popular topic of conversation. When talking about wealth, tithing is always mentioned. Some teach that giving tithes is not a choice, but something that should be done without question. Tithers who are careful to follow this practice have talked about all the good things it has done for them and how it has helped them in many ways. Those who have serious financial problems, on the other hand, have been very skeptical about this practice.
The idea of tithing reminds us of the Bible story about how Abraham gave Melchizedek 10% of everything he owned. There are still a lot of religious groups that ask their members to tithe. Other groups say that it’s a good way to get in shape. Christians think that giving tithes is one of God’s rules.
Do you want to be rich?
Tithing is highly recommended for anyone who wants to go from being poor to having a lot of money and being happy. Malachi 3:10 is the Old Testament verse that most often talks about tithing. It says, “Bring the whole tithe to the storehouse so that there will be food in my house. “Test me in this,” says the Lord Almighty, “and see if I won’t open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessing that there won’t be enough room to store it.”
In Christianity, tithing is becoming more of a hot-button issue. Some even wonder if it is still important. And if it is still relevant today, people will ask if it should be gross or net and try to figure out the answer. Only the Bible can answer any questions we might have about tithing.
Tithing means giving God the first tenth of everything you have received. Giving it back to God is a sign of full submission. It’s a way to show that God is in charge of our lives and to be thankful for all the good things He has given us. The tithe belongs to God, so you have to do it.
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