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tithe and giving in the christian church
By Abiodun Jemilohun
   

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There are divergent teachings and practices in regard to the subject of tithe and giving in the Church. While some believe a Christian must regularly give a tenth of his income to God in order to secure God’s favor and escape the Curse; others believe that this is not necessary since Christ died to make us inherit the blessing of Abraham and deliver us from the Curse of the Law. What then is the true position of the Bible in regard to this subject? Is tithing a necessity for accessing God’s blessings? Can the redeemed be under the Curse of the Law? Where is the place of the finished work of Christ? Why were the Apostles of Christ silent about tithing? Do we need to make pledges and vows in order to obtain God’s blessings? Are we also required to pay the first-fruit? Are there guiding principles in relation to giving in the New Testament? You will find answers to all these and other related questions in this book. The book was written in an easy-to-read version. Scriptural passages were cited copiously in order to allow the Bible to speak for itself. Important historical records were also cited to unravel the origin of tithe in the Church. I encourage the reader to make all effort to read the book from the beginning to the end because every chapter is a very important part of the whole. This is the only way to get the complete message. Noticed an error in this book? Send a mail to flag@okadabooks.com to report it

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