ok..im ready to get back into church but im not sure how to tithe or offer..i know the bible say 10% back..
my question is..if made $100 in january i know that i am supp to give god back 10% which would be $10..now what if i didnt spend any of that money so i have $90 left from january..so in febuary i make the same $100 which gives me $190 this month do i have to give 10% of 190 or just the $100 i made for the month of feb..
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Answer by -Eilish- at 11:05 PM on Dec. 31, 2010
However, my ex husband was Catholic and his church would send him a bill in the beginning of the year stating "This is what you said you make, this is what you need to give as an offering". [layh]
Tell me you are kidding??? I mean the church we attended was focused on money but Holy Crap!! Was the name of the church "St. Greenback of the Extra Greedy"?
OP ... I saw a post earlier this week about tithing, can't find it at the moment, but it was mentioned that tithing can also be in the form of volunteering your time. Oh and to answer your question, it's 10% on what you make, not what you save from the previous week/month (however you are paid).
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