Giving and Tithing are two completely different concepts. However, it is very important that you understand that giving is different than tithing and you are called to do both.

Giving is an act of generosity and kindness toward others. It involves donating your time, resources, or money to those in need. Giving can take many forms such as volunteering at a local charity organization, donating food or clothing to the homeless shelter, or simply helping out a neighbor in need.

On the other hand, tithing is an act of worship and obedience toward God. It involves giving 10% of your income back to Him through your local church or ministry. Tithing has been practiced since ancient times and it serves as a way for us to acknowledge that everything we have comes from God.

Now you may be thinking “Why should I give my hard-earned money away?” The truth is that giving not only benefits those who receive it but also brings blessings into our own lives. When we give generously with pure motives, we are sowing seeds into our future harvests.

Moreover, tithing shows our trust in God’s provision for us and helps support His work on earth through the church community. By faithfully tithing each month you will experience financial stability like never before because when you put first things first (God), all other things fall into place!

So today I challenge you: start practicing both giving AND tithing regularly! You won’t regret it – instead, watch how these acts transform others’ lives and yours as well!

This isn’t simply some ploy to get you to donate money to your local churches and charities. This is a Biblical concept that God asks His followers to do. It is mentioned in both the new and old covenant. And, as usual, Jesus raised the bar.

Watch this sermon and gain some great understanding about giving and tithing. How they are different and how we are asked, not required, to do both.

Referenced Verses:
Acts 20:35
Proverbs 3:9
Malachi 3:10
Proverbs 13:22
Luke 3:11
Luke 18:22