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What does the Bible say about not tithing?


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2011-02-15 07:14:54
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The New Covenant post-Calvary Christian could not tithe even if he wanted to do so.

1. The Old Covenant, which was supported by tithes, is gone.

2. The Temple which was supported by freewill offerings has been replaced by the indwelling Holy Spirit.

3. The OT priesthood, which one tenth of the tithe (1%) has been replaced by the priesthood of every believer.

4. OT tithes never supported missionaries; that has been replaced.

5. OT tithes were only food from inside Israel; that is gone.

6. OT tithes went to the Levitical cities per Neh 10:37; that is gone.

7. Hebrews 7:18 says that tithes were abolished (compare 7:5, 12).

8. Better giving principles are found in 2 Cor 8 and 9 which have the blessing of the Holy Spirit.

9. Tithing is the sin of witch-craft by adding the law back into grace per Gal 3:1; 1:7-8.

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Yes. Genesis 14 describes Abraham tithing 10% of everything to Melchizedek. Genesis 28:22 describes tithing as well. And later at the giving of the law in Leviticus 27:30 and again in Deuteronomy 14:22 and 26:12 Matthew 23:23 just to name a few.

a tithing is a group of ten people or when you give money to the medieval church you have to give one tithing wich is one tenth of your food or money

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Yes and in Christianity too. The scriptures never told us to stop tithing.

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yes it say in the bible to be always charitable in the bible always read your bible and prayers

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