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The Concept of Tithing.

The concept of tithing has been around for centuries and has been mentioned in the Bible numerous times. It is a practice that many religious followers adhere to faithfully, believing it to be a commandment from God. The basic definition of tithing is donating a tenth of one’s income or possessions—whether money, time, or resources—to the church or other religious institution. But what does this mean for individuals? What are the promises of tithing?

At its core, tithing is about more than just giving money; it’s about honoring God by acknowledging His provision in our lives and committing part of our resources back to Him. As most Christians understand it, all that we have comes from God, so it is right to return a portion of that. In Malachi 3: 10-11, God promises to “open the windows of heaven” and bless those who obediently give their tithes and offerings.

Tithing can also be seen as obedience, where we prove our trust in God by giving sacrificially even when it feels difficult. Jesus acknowledges this in Luke 6:38 when He said, “Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over…With the same measure that ye mete withal, it shall be measured to you again.”

But beyond money matters, there is also a spiritual side to tithing that brings with it the promise of blessings, such as the peace of mind and joy that comes from knowing we have obeyed God. As Nehemiah 10:38 says, “And the people rejoiced for their offerings.”

There are also many testimonies of individuals who believe that by tithing faithfully and trusting in God, they have experienced great blessings in all areas of life, including physical health, mental well-being, spiritual growth, and financial provision.

Ultimately, tithing is a personal decision based on one’s faith and understanding of Scripture. But regardless of how much we choose to give or where it goes, the promises remain clear—by honoring God through our tithes and offerings, He will pour out blessings on us in return.


Malachi 3:10-11 (KJV)

Luke 6:38 (KJV)

Nehemiah 10:38 (KJV)

Nehemiah 10:38 (KJV) “And the people rejoiced for their offerings.” This verse is a reminder of the joy that comes from giving sacrificially to God, even if it feels difficult. We can experience peace of mind and spiritual growth by trusting in Him and honoring His commands. Many testimonies of individuals believe they have received great blessings due to tithing faithfully and trusting in God. Ultimately, tithing is a personal decision that should be made out of love and faith, knowing that whatever one gives comes back multiplied in blessings from the Lord.

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