OPINION: Stop Giving Your Tithes To Ministers Of God, See What The Bible Said About Tithing
By PendomReporter | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 10917 views
The general belief in Christianity is that one-tenth of one's profit ought to be given or dedicated to God. This is not far from the truth but there seems to be some misconception about the religious principle.
The Bible is the main authoritative source to which a Christian can resort in respect of the issue of epistatic religion.
Although most people will respond to Malachi 3:10, I will refer to Deuteronomy 14:22-29, since, as we all know, Deuteronomy came first. So, here's what it says:
According to Malachi chapter 3 vs 10, God instructed Christians to take their tithes to the storehouse not men of God.
There is no doubt that many people may be blinded by preconception, which has continued to make some rich pastors more wealthy and the poor congregation more wretched. The most important thing is reading the content in the context to understand the concept.
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