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Those People Arguing that giving 10% Tithes is Old Testament Pattern Are somehow Correct – Mike Bamiloye State Reasons

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I just discovered now that Those People Arguing that giving 10% Tithes is Old Testament Pattern Might be somehow Correct.
Probably they would have to abide by the New Testament Pattern which is even upward to 100% of your Earnings.
Peter left all the Fishes at Jesus Command.
The Woman spent almost a Whole Year Salary to buy Alabaster Box of Perfume to Honor Jesus Christ with it.

The Disciples in the Early Church sold their lands and laid All the proceeds at Apostles feet.
I have seen Men of God selling their Car to finance a Crusade.
I have heard of Men of God using their Houses as Collateral to get loans to do projects for the Lord.

Your TITHES and OFFERINGS hang on this UNBREAKABLE Biblical Principle:
2 Corinthians 9:6 NKJV
“But this I say: He who sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and he who sows bountifully will also reap bountifully.”

When the Lord is the Lord over your entire life, 10% Tithe becomes too small to give the Lord.
He becomes the Master over Your life and All That you have.
Mike Bamiloye

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