Random Ponders on Stewardship

Random Ponders on Stewardship

points to ponder road signJust randomly thinking today . . .

. . . Stewardship isn’t defined by what you give it’s defined by what you’ve kept. (hmmm, a good quote for those lavish televangelists)

. . . The tithe used to help the poor, but in these days it has created even more.

. . . In Matthew 25:25, the servant who gave 100% back to his master, was still considered a bad steward.

. . . It’s ironic that we trust that the Spirit will bring in some priceless souls, but can’t fathom Him bringing in a few bucks. That we leave up to tithing.

. . . Is The Spirit in charge of offerings, but not in charge of tithes?

. . . As long as one seeks counsel from the Spirit in his giving there will always be a spiritual battle. But as soon as we’ve replaced the Spirit with our own standards, then the Spiritual battle has already been lost.

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

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2 comments on “Random Ponders on Stewardship
  1. freewillgiver says:

    I feel where you are coming from. Keep laboring by telling them to become free. The buildings can somtimes become idols. Church in the home hits the Christian where they live. I use both. Home churching and Church hopping. We are all one body so the concept of local church is box like in my opinion. I still need the churches in boxes however I will not be limited by them.


  2. Corey says:

    Personally I don’t have a problem with tithing. My church does a lot of good with the money it receives and is very responsible in how they use it. Just my two cents.

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