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What are the Bible rules on offerings?

  1. You should hold an offering in your hand anytime you go to church, unless you are without any money. Exodus 23 vs. 15 – Thou shalt keep the feast of unleavened bread: (thou shalt eat unleavened bread seven days, as I commanded thee, in the time appointed of the month Abib; for in it thou camest out from Egypt: and none shall appear before me empty:)
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Self Sacrificing Workers

In our post last week we talked about getting out of our me box. This week we’ll look at a related subject of being a self-sacrificing worker in God’s vineyard. 1,321 more words


The Sealed Fate of the Israelites--Murmuring

Note: This post is primarily directed to our present truth believers, the Davidian SDA.

In the story of the great exodus of  Moses leading God’s people out of Egypt, we look back and see the great sin of murmuring. 2,040 more words


$6 for every $1000 of Net Worth Is the Proper Tithe

The heading to section 119 of the Doctrine and Covenants says the following:

Revelation given through Joseph Smith the Prophet, at Far West, Missouri, July 8, 1838, in answer to his supplication:

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Learning of the Real Meaning of Tithing Should Be like Finding the Book of the Law

I am a little late to this party.  I found out just yesterday that there has been new historical research done and published on the church web site (lds.org) about the original meaning of the word… 934 more words

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"If You're Visiting, Let the Offering Plate Pass By"

One of the elements of the seeker sensitive movement which caught on within the wider circle of Evangelicals is the idea of not presenting ourselves as just wanting money. 620 more words


Have You Claim Your Inheritance?

The stark reality that is facing the church is that many Christians are unaware of their inheritance in Christ. According to the English dictionary, an inheritance is property, money and rights that someone receive after a person died. 1,308 more words

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