TITHING NAILED TO THE CROSS is a book that cuts through all the opinions, traditions, superstitions, imagined benefits, and false doctrines, to clearly and doctrinally explain the absence of tithing in the New Testament. Bruce plainly teaches why tithing is not required after the Resurrection (the beginning of the New Testament); how tithing can interfere with sonship, faith, and even salvation; and how tithing can expose you to the curse of the Law causing health, financial, marital, and many other problems. Wouldnat it be wonderful to actually have your prayers easily answered because of Jesusa finished work and the Name He gave us to use? Wouldnat you like to know that God is going to say ayesa to His promises without you having to wonder if all your church ducks are in a row? And wouldnat it be nice to have a royal ring put on your finger, a kingly robe placed on your back, and a big hug of approval without having to sleep in the bunk house as a aservanta until itas decided that you can be trusted? We may call it an aact of faith, a aobedience, a adoing the Word, a agood stewardship, a or what ever we want; but at the end of the day, it is nothing more than an obsolete, Old Testament ordinance that will only afrustrate the grace of God, a as Paul taught in Galatians. As circumcision became anothinga under the New Covenant, likewise, tithing is no longer obligatory. So, will you choose to develop a shaky faith based on the works of an Old Testament law that never should have been carried over to the New Testament? Or, will you choose to develop a resolute faith that is based on Jesusa immutable work at the cross which included the removal of Malachias ordinances (tithing)? Will you go with the crowd, or the truth?I dona#39;t know how many times Ia#39;ve heard this testimony: aWe tithed for years, but it wasna#39;t until we started giving beyond the ... Then she explained, aI didna#39;t have the money to fix my car, or even money for food (are you listening), but because Ianbsp;...
|Title||:||Tithing: Nailed To The Cross|
|Author||:||A. Bruce Wells|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2011-05-17|