Giving in the New Testament

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Are Christians still bound to pay Tithe? Are Christians
cursed who do not pay Tithe even when the Bible says they have been redeemed
from the curse of the Law by Christ Jesus (Gal.3:13)? What did the New
Testament say about Tithing contrasted with the Old Testament?

This book provides answers to these questions and more. The
Law of Christ has replaced the Law of Moses much as the New Testament replaces
the Old (Heb.8:8, 13). The New Testament teaches about giving rather than
Tithing. The mention of Tithe by Jesus Christ and by the writer of the Book of
Hebrew is relevant to understanding this issue of Tithe as contrasted between
the two Testaments. The New Testament emphasizes graceful giving as purposed by
the giver rather than a legalized payment of 10%.

There are biblical principles that by creation, God has
provided to drive our decision about giving with its attendant blessings. This book
studied five basic biblical principles that should inform how to give in an
acceptable manner to God. Not all giving is acceptable to God and the Bible
makes it abundantly clear that giving should not be done as a “necessity”.

  • Author: Olusiji O. Vanderpuye
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: OluVander Library
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With this book, you will have access to a critical study of
the issue of Tithe which will satisfy your curiosity and probably cause you to
engage in further study. Either way, you will be blessed.


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