Giving is a sacred act of worship.

There are different kinds of giving in the Bible. The tithe was a tenth of one’s income (for the Old Testament Israelite, this typically came from the harvest yielded from land God had given them). The tithe was a regularly recurring gift that provided for the general service of the temple. Offerings were ways to worship God, above and beyond the tithe, to express devotion and thanksgiving when moved in the spirit or when there were particular needs, such as Israel had at the building of the Tabernacle in Exodus 35. As such, offerings were occasion driven.

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Whose Money Is It?

Whose Money Is It?

Malachi 3:6-15 When Jesus said, “where your treasure is, there your heart will be also,” he gave us a litmus test for the heart. Want to know where your heart is? Follow your money. What is the tithe? The tithe is ...