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Our 29-year old daughter is now a Christian, but when she was 18, she rebelled and left home.
She now …
Andrew, I want you to know that you should be under no great obligation or guilt because you’re taking some …
God’s intention is for us to use our money for a high purpose: to make wise investments that survive our earthly journey. These messages are intended to help us understand what God thinks of money and how He uses it to test our loyalties. This is not a plea for …
Christ may indeed be Lord, but for many of us, we still desire to be our own king. This series explores four practical areas of our lives that can be surrendered to the loving reign of Jesus Christ. In response to crowning Christ Lord, there is a joy in being …
When we give, are we content with the approval of God alone?
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Although I support my church, I find myself giving more to other organizations and individuals.
So my question is: does …
Well Victor, your question has a number of different hidden ideas and meanings that I find very, very intriguing.
“So is he that layeth up treasure for himself, and is not rich toward God.”—Luke 12:21 We have here the picture that Jesus draws of the rich fool. Now it is pretty hard to tell the world that there is such a thing as a rich fool, because nearly everybody thinks when a man gets money he is about the wisest thing on the earth, and they think when money comes it is about all you can ask for, and it seems to be the god of this world. God has said Himself, that “the love of money is the … Read More >
The Old Testament institutes tithing as an obligatory act of worship by God’s people. Israelite tithes supported the landless tribe of Levi and the priesthood of God (Numbers 18:25-32, Nehemiah 10:38). They also served the giver’s family and the nation’s disadvantaged (Deuteronomy 14:22-29). This command of God was often abused or ignored (Malachi 3:8-10). As in the case with all visible acts of worship, self-righteousness cropped up among the Israelites who actually did tithe (Luke 18:12). Through the fulfilling work of the Messiah, New Testament believers are no longer obligated to perform the particulars of the Law. Tithing is never … Read More >
Giving is worship.
Giving is not an issue of finances; it is an issue of relationship. If we truly love God, we will want to give.
When we want to get right with God, we will repay what we have stolen, no matter how small.