Thou shalt truly tithe all the increase of thy seed, that the field bringeth forth year by year.
Read more at the source: Tithing on Your Increase
The long reign of Hezekiah is considered the high point for the tribe of Judah. Not since the reign of David and Solomon had Israel enjoyed God’s blessing so greatly. In 2 Chron
Read more at the source: Thursday: Revival, Reformation and Tithing
As we saw yesterday, faith is a process, a dynamic experience that, ideally, grows and matures. And one way God is “finishing” our faith and bringing it to completeness is through the act of tithing. Rightly understood, tithe returned to God is not legalism; when we tithe we are not working or seeking to earn our way to heaven.
Read more at the source: Tuesday: A Statement of Faith
Our memory text, Luke 8:15 prompts us to have “an honest and good heart, having heard the word, keep it, and bring forth fruit with patience”, sing: Hymn 639, “A Diligent and Grateful Heart” and Hymn 27, “Rejoice Ye Pure in Heart!” . The titles of Monday and Tuesday’s studies give us the key word ‘Faith’: Hymn 517, “My Faith Looks Up to Thee” , Hymn 608, “Faith Is the Victory” , and Hymn 533, “O for a Faith” . On Monday , Abraham could very well have sung with us: Hymn 11, “The God of Abraham Praise” . He would also have sung Hymn 634, Come, All Christians, Be Committed” which echoes the thoughts “tithing is a statement of faith” ( Tuesday ). The introduction to Wednesday’s lesson brings back to us a hymn from last week: Hymn 572, “Give of Your Best to the Master”
Read more at the source: Singing with Inspiration – Lesson 7: Honesty with God