Tithing: Discover the Freedom of Biblical Giving

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Zondervan, 1983 - Religion - 112 pages

R.T. Kendall believes that all Christians are called to tithe. What is more, he is convinced that the church would be revitalized and the world transformed if all Christians did begin to tithe. Dr. Kendall combines this bold claim with the biblical, theological, and practical implications of tithing. Tithing is sometimes regarded as threatening, but it emerges in this book as both challenging and inspiring. Numerous exciting testimonies are told, all demonstrating in individual lives the principle that underlies tithing. "You cannot outgive the Lord."

 

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User Review  - CBDrocks - Christianbook.com

Those who don't believe tithing is for today don't even come close to giving 10% of their income back to God and/or God's work. The average in North America is 2% among Bible-believing Christians ... Read full review

User Review  - David A. Yeubanks - Christianbook.com

R.T. Kendall (I believe) is a sincere man of faith and his heart and desire to honor the Lord are evident in this book. Kendall's approach to tithing is (what I would consider) strictly traditional ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
11
Why Every Christian Should Tithe
29
The Origin of Tithing
43
The Gospel and the Law
57
The Blessing of Tithing
71
Do You Have Any Questions?
87
Conclusion
103
Copyright

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About the author (1983)

R. T. Kendall is the author of Jonah and Believing God. He is a retired Minister of Westminster Chapel, London and has been a Southern Baptist pastor in the United States. He now resides in Florida.

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