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  • Brianna Vs. 8
    I love sharing this scripture with others. This scriptures gives encouragement that our ability to survive in this world whether it be emotionally, mentally, or even financially is dependent upon our relationship with Him. Whether we are single, poor, or disadvantage Jehovah God's blessing can make us self sufficient in all things. Then we can be truly happy, despite our circumstances.
  • A disciple
    '...touching the ministering to the saints," I want to hammer on something again, that is apparently completely unknown or despised by many Churches. If you're wondering why I "hammer" on the Churches; its because they are hugely responsible for the great falling away of many and the overflowing of all bounds and restraint in the world today! TITHINGS AND OFFERINGS ARE FOR THE NEEDS OF THE SAINTS!
  • Peter A. Okebukola
    Eternal truths- He which soweth sparingly shall reap also sparingly; and he which soweth bountifully shall reap also bountifully. Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver.
  • A disciple
    Mahlon; The Glad Tidings of God and our salvation in Christ has NOTHING to do with Tithing! Have you ever read what Jesus said about false teachers and false prophets "Making Merchandise" of us? A Man of God would more likely go to work and earn his own living, and not say a thing about money; than to give appearance of covetousness. Beware of connecting money with the word of God being preached!
  • Mahlon
    Tithing is a Faith Message begins with Abraham not with Jacob. Just because Jacob didn't is not an excuse for us not to do it Malachi teachers the word about tithing. God bless you today
  • Brianna vs. 7
    The Bible definitely encourages the act of gift giving and to be generous with such. I know many people apply this scripture to tithes, but when you read the full chapter it goes beyond that. Paul encouraged Christians here to be generous towards those who renounced material possession to assist people spiritually, and also to be generous towards a "relief" ministry.
  • Steven
    Does Gen 14 establish prelaw tithing as a doctrine? Abraham tithed the spoils of war. And then gave the other 90% back to the King of Sodom. Not according to Numbers 31: 27-30 7 Gen 28 Jacob vowed to tithe but never did so how does that establish tithing as a doctrine. 2CORN 9:7 Necessity: imposed either by the circumstances, or by law of duty regarding to one's advantage, custom, argument.

  • Iene123
    "..... His unspeakable gift." the Holy Ghost, Acts 2:38. Jn. 15:5 - " ..... he that abideth in me and I IN HIM ..... without me ye can do nothing."
  • Joe
    Hope - I do not understand the comment "directed to the israelits not anybody else". Those in Achaia and Corinth were belivers not just Israelites. Are you making the distinction between regular tithing and simple helping those in time of need?
  • BSP
    Verse 15 talks about the indescribable or unspeakable gift that God has given us by the sacrifice of Jesus' life in our behalf.
  • I have been going through verses about tighing, it was indeed directed to the israelits not anybody else, but as you know people takes advantage of other people especially if you are lazy to read scriptures. God loves a cheerfully giver
  • Oriana for verse 6
    I think that it shall be a good lesson for children to learn what is a reward of working hard and will encourage others to work hard to get good rewards and if you fail and work a little you will gets conseqences.
  • Lilian
    God loves a cheerful giver, giving tithes is our obedience in Christ. God is our supply and all things belongs to him. We must share our blessings and this is the fruit of our blessing from God that we have sowed. God have commanded us to do what he says coz By Giving we can only recieve God 's blessings. We must love one another as he commanded us to do. He who loves Jesus will keep his commandments until rapture. Thanks God for the blood he shed for us.
  • Robert for verse 8
    God has given every born again Christian , spirit Filled, all things for the work of the ministry. So we have no excuse to not do all things
  • Seun
    Paying Tithe is a contract of God to Abraham children
  • Jones Katerere
    it brings all that Jesus Christ came to fullfill and teach us.
  • Bonga
    This is realy interesting.i would like to hear more
  • Mere
    I believe in planting seed but I started to ignore Gods words I repent from my sin and start to be obedience to Gods word and I start to see his word activate on my seed I Praise You Lord. Amen
  • Olgar Mbota
    since i learnt that sowing of seeds could be either material or any service done in sincerity for God ' seek. I find it a joy and its bearing fruits unto my God. Bless the Lord my soul.
  • BETTY ASANTEWAA ARTHUR for verse 7
    GIVING IS A SACRIFICE,AND AN HONOUR TO BE USED TO SOLVE A NEED. DO IT WILLINGLY.
  • Raymond Bisnar for verse 6
    Test of Faith for every Christian and in did God is not a mocking God he always true in His promises.I for many who was bless after passing the test and continuously planting seeds.
  • Nontobeko for verse 6
    It has been a long time I have wanted to look at different teachings about tithes and offering since before I had only understood that there is just one scripture about it. I'm sure I am going to understand better as time goes on.

    "Praise God everything about you seems to make sense so who would separate me from you and you never lie" I LOVE YOU.
  • Darwina
    giving of your time by serving unto the Lord. God wants us to give of our time willingly not because we have to so God will be blessed and we are never to give to get back
  • Eugene Alexander for verse 7
    God just love a satisfy giver
  • The kind of giving that pleases God is giving done willingly. Being reluctant to give or giving begrudgingly does not win God's approval. When we give, we want to make sure our motive is right.
  • Padre larry
    it is not "money" no where in the new testament does it say you have to give money.when we say its money its a "I think" statement I may be it is sharing your faith spread the word of God. We will find out on that day of judgement. I am sure there will be a rebuttal. but I would like to know also
  • R. D. Mattock
    God’s law of reward: There are 4 R’s which govern the laws of poverty and prosperity: Reward, release, receiving, and reaping. Reward: Luke 10:7 “The labourer is worth of his hire (reward).” Your employer is not doing you any special favour by writing you a pay check, you earn it. Proverbs 28:19 “He that tilleth (Works hands) his land shall have plenty of bread (No work, no reward). Release-sowing: Proverbs 11:24, 25 “There is he that scattered, and yet increaseth; and there is he that witholdeth more than is fitting, but it tendeth to poverty.” Scatter your money, it will increase, and you will be prosperous. Hoard to much of it, and you will be poor.” You mean I have to start giving my money to be prosperous? That doesn’t make sense. Luke 6:38 “Give and it shall be given unto you.”
    Receiving Have you ever heard of a farmer who planted his seed and didn’t expect a return. It is godly to give expecting to receive. When God sent His Son, he expected to receive something in return: Sons and daughters. Jesus was a receiver, we see him, receive food, lodging, gifts, and even a donkey.
    Reaping Galatians 6:6-9 “Be Not Deceived; God is not mocked. For whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. For in due season we shall reap if we faint not.” When will we reap? In due season.
  • Leniza aguinaldo for verse 7
    I want to get inspirational images.
  • Timothy Wayne George
    Thanks be unto God for his unspeakable gift. We know this gift is the Lord Jesus Christ. Since God has given us the greatest gift that could have been given, then we should give cheerfully to the work of the Lord. When we sow bountifully, we will reap bountifully. Yet if we sow sparingly, we will also reap sparingly. Jesus did not complain about giving his life for us, but for the joy that was set before him he endured the cross, despising the shame. Now he is seated at the right hand of the Father making intercession for us. Remember the widow gave her two mites, and Jesus commended her over all the rich people who gave of their abundance. We should give of our time, talent, and treasure to the Lord. Praise God for he loves a cheerful giver.
  • Gerald for verse 8
    i think good works are possible when Gods grace is sufficient,


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