Bible Verses About Tithing

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Here is a list of all the bible verses from the Old and New Testament that are about tithing.

  • Genesis 14:20 – In this bible verse, Melchizedek comes out to meet Abraham, as Abraham gives him a tithe of the spoils of his victory.
  • Genesis 28:20-22 – After the vision of God’s renewed covenant, Jacob initiates a covenant with God vowing to give him a tithe of what he receives from the promised land.
  • Leviticus 27:30-32 – The specifications of tithing is introduced into the law of Moses.
  • Numbers 18:20-32 – The tithe is dedicated the Levites for the work in the tabernacle.
  • Deuteronomy 12:5-11 – God gives instructions for what to do with the tithe once Israel crosses the Jordan.
  • Deuteronomy 14:22-29 – God gives instructions on how to disperse and exchange the tithe.
  • Deuteronomy 26:12-15 – God gives instructions on how Israel should sanctify the tithe before they can ask for a blessing.
  • 2 Chronicles 31:5-12 – The children of Israel do what’s right under the reign of Hezekiah, and bring the tithes to the designated places.
  • Nehemiah 10:37-38 – Israel obeys God and brings the tithes to the storehouse.
  • Nehemiah 12:44 – Officers were appointed to watch over the tithes in the storehouse.
  • Nehemiah 13:5-12 – Nehemiah cleanses the storehouse and kicks Tobiah out of the room that was designated to store the tithe. He then restores order.
  • Amos 4:4 – God commands Israel to bring back the tithe and reiterates the curse that is upon them if they don’t.
  • Malachi 3:8-10 – God reprimands Israel for not delivering the tithe, and reiterates the blessings and curse that would be in result of whatever decision they chose.
  • Matthew 23:23 – Jesus rebukes the Pharisees for not obeying the weightier matters of the law along with tithing.
  • Luke 11:42 – A parallel bible verse of Matthew 23:23 as Jesus rebukes the Pharisees for not obeying the weightier matters of the law along with tithing.
  • Luke 18:12 – A Pharisee brags about his obedience to the law and tithing.
  • Hebrews 7:5-9 – Abraham’s tithe is used to illustrate a change concerning the priesthood.

There are many other bible verses that relate to giving and offerings, but the ones above strictly relate to tithing.

Jared Bartholomew is the author of www.tithing.com. There are over 300 articles written on research and reviews about tithing information.

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517 comments on “Bible Verses About Tithing
  1. Patricia says:

    NOWHERE are tithes changed from edible stuff to spending loot! NO preacher can come up with a single solitary verse which proves God demanded tithes of a poor person’s income.Tithes went TO the poor to feed them, they werent taken FROM the poor to go to the rich priestly class.

  2. samuel says:

    i love the description . be blessed . yes tithe big topic ,the big problem is not tithe problem is the glutton people who pretend to be savant of God but they are savant of money . they just say tithe but they dont give account of what they did . buying big cars leaving the widow , orphan and needy in dilemma . GOD FIGIVE THEM AND REMEMBER THE NEEDY ORPHAN AND WIDOW .

  3. onabadejo toyin emmanuel says:

    Glory be to God Almighty, as you wish some Christian that will yield to the tithing command, to come out of poverty to enjoy prosperity. May the lord crown your effort In Jesus Name.

  4. Glory be to God Almighty, as you wish some Christian that will yield to the tithing command, to come out of poverty to enjoy prosperity. May the lord crown your effort In Jesus Name

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