For a lot of Christians, tithing is a deeply ingrained tradition, reinforced each week on television and in the pulpits by people they look up to. However, those who take the time to study tithing, as practiced in the bible, will find out that Christian or storehouse tithing is both unbiblical and cannot be justified.
Why the fixation with tithing? Why all the manipulation and deceit on a topic Christians should not be concerned about?.
WHAT DOES THE BIBLE SAY ABOUT TITHING?
No Percent Tithe is an easy to read book that shows you what the Bible really says about paying tithes. The book, 100% backed by bible verses, clarifies and answers the questions you have about tithing. Questions like:
– Who Paid Tithes Under the Law of Moses?
– Did Abraham and Jacob tithe?
– Can you tithe money?
– Can pastors ask for a tithe?
– Why do pastors demand the tithe?
– Are you cursed if you don’t tithe?
– How should you give to God?
The author uses charts and diagrams to explain and contrast tithing under Moses’s Law with Christian storehouse tithing and also looks into how Abram (Abraham) tithed.
Christians who read No Percent Tithe will be surprised to find out that:
– Abraham, Jacob and early Christians did not tithe;
– Jesus, Peter and Paul could not receive tithes;
– It is unbiblical to tithe money or your income;
– The priests received ONE% not 10% of the harvest;
– Pastors are not the modern day Levites;
– There was money in those days, but God did not want money as a tithe.
Here are the chapter titles:
– Tithing under Moses
– Why tithing to your church is not biblical
– Abraham and Jacob did not tithe
– 5 reasons pastors teach untruths about tithing
– Why Moses’s law does not apply to Christians
– God’s Portion Was ONE%
– NO % Tithe … Just Give
– Why you should say no to tithing
After reading NO % Tithe you will understand God’s plan for Christian giving and realise that storehouse tithing is unbiblical. The Bible says that we must rightly divide the word of truth to prevent confusion in our thinking (2 Timothy 2:15), and that is why you must read the No % Tithe book.
If your goal is to be free to give as led by God and not be ‘forced’ to give to a church or ministry, purchase a copy of this book.
The book is practical and written in an easy to read style. Professor Drafor-Amenyah is writing what she lives, talking the walk. More Than Treasures of Gold invites the reader to action. – Eugene Yakohene, Pioneers-Africa Mobilisation Base Director
Apart from my strong faith in the triune God and the total reliance on the sufficiency of Jesus Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit, I have always kept clear of the supernatural realm, because it has always been an enigma to me — until I read this book. It is a must-read for all, irrespective of age, academic standing, and religious persuasion. —Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Adow Obeng, President, Presbyterian University College, Ghana
Christians, by virtue of our association with Jesus Christ, have been exalted to sit together with Christ in the heavenly places. This position is what I call an exalted position. We have been raised together with Jesus to a higher position; we sit with him in the heavenly places. We must be aware and conscious of this exalted or elevated position so that we can walk in it. Hence the title for this book: “walking in your exalted position as a believer”.
Paradoxically, many believers are ignoramuses so far as their exalted position in Christ is concerned. Such Christians have settled for mediocrity and given up the fight. Ignorance has reduced generals and giants in the lord to cowards and mediocre who shrink in the face of any challenge instead of rising above their conditions.
To combat the antagonism and hostility of the world against us, we must be aware of the resources at our disposal. Appropriation of your exalted position in Christ is crucial to your ability to stand in times like these.
Enclosed herein are the nine (9) elements of the believer’s exalted position in Christ which is received by grace through faith as part of our salvation package and which must be utilized for our benefits.