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|Posté le: Mer 28 Juin - 08:14 (2017) Sujet du message: Tithe And Offering Q Amp A Style For Children And Adults
The Christendom today, is laced with lots of different false doctrines and teachings, postulated by false teachers and prophets, which they cunningly brought into the Faith. The scripture attests: "Their throat is an open grave; with their tongues they have deceived; the poison of venomous snakes is under their lips; whose mouth is full of cursing and bitterness; their feet are quick to shed blood; destruction and sadness are in their paths; and they have never possessed the nature of peace; they lack the fear of God." Romans 3:13-18. Thus, there is so much confusion, that determining sound doctrine becomes an uphill task to the believer; and not helping matters, lots of Christians today, hardly make out time to study the scriptures and allow the Father, God Almighty by the Holy Spirit, to teach them His word and perfect will. The scripture attests: "The comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your memory..." John 14:26
Tithe, Offering and other concepts such as First fruits, Sow a seed are amongst the major issues or doctrines today, that engages many Christian discussion and teaching. Are these scriptural and necessary for the believing and practicing Christian today? If it is necessary, where do you perform it? If it isn’t, are there consequences in observing it? Is it sin when we either do or do not perform it? What is its right content? Is Tithe a debt we owe or seed we sow? Are there designated persons to receive it or just any person can? Does it have any influence on prosperity? Is it a present day deceit and manipulation of Satan? And a whole lot of other questions and issues that demands appropriate, infallible and undisputable scriptural explanations and answers. The scripture attests; "It is the glory of God to hide a thing; but the honour of kings, is to seek out a matter" Proverbs 25:2.
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