Do you ask the Father 4 clarity before tithing?


It is essential that we consistently seek His guidance.

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All that is required is do you ask the Father before giving a tithe to the Church. Because what is essential for the Lord is doing what He says, not our wishes, no matter how noble and pleasing the idea may be.

Despite that, pagans and religious charlatans understand this particular God’s principle. Even though they knowingly prefer materialism to obeying God’s commands.

In addition, Samuel told Saul, “I am the one the Lord sent to anoint you, king, over his people, Israel. So, listen now to the message from the Lord. Now go, attack the Amalekites, and destroy all that belongs to them.”

Saul thinks to have acted correctly. Replied, “But I obeyed the Lord. I went on the mission the Lord assigned me. I destroyed the Amalekites and brought back Agag, their king.

But was that the instruction God gave him? NO! It’s all about carrying out His order correctly. Let us strive to listen and obey the word of God. His word is always specific because God is a spirit.

No wonder you can’t see His face and live. That is why we must ask ourselves the question before tithing. “Am I doing the will of God, or am I only pleasing the pastor and myself? And remember, do you ask the Father before giving a tithe?

Moreover, the Father was specific to the Jews in the Old Testament. He told them: “Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse. That there may be food in my house. Test me on this.

Remember, do you ask the Father before tithing?

During the allotment of territory, the Levites did not receive any land, for they were the Lord’s inheritance. Meaning the other eleven tribes were to farm and feed them.

The same God Jesus did not tell us to tithe. In Matthew 23:23 and Luke 11:42, He talked of almsgiving reprimanding the Pharisees’ self-righteousness.

Many ministers may be sincere. They collect tithes to do good deeds. But Our Lord Jesus never asks His followers, Christians, to tithe, no matter the self-interest interpretation we put forward.

Food gained by fraud is like coercion for tithes. The Bible tells us that food gained by fraud tastes sweet. But one ends up with a mouth full of gravel. So don’t coerce your church members.

And see how wonderfully God could use you and your Church. To provide for widows, orphans, and others in need, you must test Him. Consider following His directive. And see his grace. He is the Lord.

A lady went to a Pentecostal church early one morning. She returned home late at night barefoot. Because the pastor coerced the church members, they pledged one property or another. Most of these con artists employ witchcraft to seduce and plunder their flocks.

The Holy Spirit predicted these frauds would not be terrified of hellfire. They shall be when its time arrives. He is the God of principles. And it doesn’t matter whether one agrees with Him or not.

Avoid King Saul’s mistake when paying tithes.

After making all the money on Earth, you know He has rules to obey. As a pastor, you collect tithes and other fraudulent payments. You can’t run away from him—Jonah tried!

Rest assured, you will pay with your souls when the time comes. Do you ask the Father before giving a tithe? What’s the benefit of gaining the whole world but losing their souls?

Please let any Pope, Bishop, G.O., Pastor, Evangelist, Teacher, Etc., tell us where in the New Testament. Jesus stated that Aaron, invariably a minister, should collect the tithes.

At least in Malachi 3:10, the Lord was plain to the Jews: “Bring all the tithes…”. Christians worldwide want to know.

So, tell us where Jesus explicitly asked us in the New Testament to tithe. When replying, come with proof that the Bible is a good one to avoid making that lofty intending rhetoric regarding what you do or might do with the collection.

We believe you are a genuine man of God serving the Holy Spirit in your capacity. But doing what He didn’t ask you by collecting tithes.

Shouldn’t Samuel admonish you like he reprimanded King Saul? You pay tithes but question yourself: do you ask the Father before giving a tithe to the Church? The scripture says that if anyone knows the good they ought to do and doesn’t, it is a sin for them (James 4:17). Remember to obey the Lord in all things.


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