Tithing

I like giving donations to Christian charities, because I want God to get all the credit and glory that He deserves. I believe when we give to other charities that don’t acknowledge God, mankind tends to get all the credit and glory instead. God does want us to be kind and generous to one another. We must remember we can’t do one kind deed without the Holy Spirits promoting us. We are so selfish left to ourselves. Only God is good and deserving of Praise. If we want to help people be saved we must let them know, all good things come from God and not man. Man tends to have an interior motive like ‘I am really good person for helping’ instead ‘God is really good for motivating me to help’.

To love one another as Christ loves us is a commandment from God, it didn’t come from us. So that is my reasoning. More people know God is good the better, and they will only know that if we give to Christian charities. Not only does it help them physically, it will help them spiritually to know God is love. If we hold back we are in fact disobeying God and God gets the bad name for not helping them, when they are in need. And not us, whom the Holy Spirit promoted us to help them in the first place. The truth of the matter is we are called to give at least ten percent to tithing and ten percent offering. Unfortunately very few do it.  I heard on a YouTube show that this women visited heaven and she wanted to know why her house in heaven was only at foundation level. And she was told because she didn’t tithe. That tithing is the brick and mortar for our spiritual homes. So it always pays to do what is right.  Not everybody can pay it, for example I can only pay the tithe and but not ten percent of the offering, but I do my best. And I am sure that is the case with a lot of people. So I find other ways to help expand the Kingdom of God. I am sure that is what many do as well.

Hebrews 13:16.  Don’t forget to do good and to share with those in need. These sacrifices that please God.

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