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Most certainly. Luke 20: 45- 21: 4 tells the story of the poor widow's offering, contrasting the rich men who donate but a little pittance of their overall wealth wight he poor widow who donates her whole wages to God. Likewise, the rich and wealthy that donate say, 1% of their great wages, are effectively robbing God in the same manner. This goes ...


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New Testament and Tithing While the New Testament is explicit and clear in establishing that much of the Old Testament law was no longer required after Christ's sacrifice was completed, it is, as has been mentioned, completely silent on the matter of tithing. So, while we can be sure that we need not follow the Law of Moses any more or circumcise or male ...


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Tithing was a requirement to the Hebrew Nation by the Law of Moses. Jesus fulfilled the Law: Matthew 5:17 Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil. What we call the Old Testament at that time consisted of the law and the Prophets. So in effect Jesus is telling them and us that since Man was ...


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The New Testament is silent on the topic of Tithing. This left us with our own interpretation of the Old Testament laws regarding Tithe. Most of the Pentecostal and Evangelical denominations make it an obligation to Tithe while the Catholic church doesn't collect Tithes. If we study the life of the first century Christians, they did not pay Tithes but ...



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