THERE ARE FIVE CHRISTIAN CHARITIES REPRESENTED

ON THIS WEBSITE I RECOMMEND PERSONALLY. THEY ARE:

FEBC Broadcasting - Samaritans Purse - GFA Gospel for ASIA - World Vision

and Compassion International.


Each one of these charities give Practical Gifts on our behalf to needy people in different lands.

They also share the LOVE of JESUS with those who are blessed with our Gifts.

So they are doubly BLESSED.

Each one of these Christian Charities have a strong Code of Ethics in the way they

handle our Funds! This is actually a scriptural requirement - to be above reproach.

I do not take Funds on this Website but give you Contact details for each Charity presented.

It's in giving JOY that our JOY is multiplied!


Truth about Giving!

IF YOU ARE A CHRISTIAN, YOU SHOULD READ THIS pdf  HERE THAT WILL SETTLE

YOUR MIND ON GIVING - WHAT IS TRULY NEW TESTAMENT AND WHAT IS NOT.

YOU WILL BE RELEASED INTO GIVING WITH PEACE AND JOY

INSTEAD OF PRESSURED INTO TITHES AND OFFERINGS THAT WERE

ORDAINED FOR ISRAEL, NOT BELIEVERS.

It's Alright To Have Questions 

''Would it make me stingy if I didn't tithe?" No, it shouldn't. If it does, I think we may have to look at the reason

why we were tithing. For me, I rejoiced that I can give more than I could previously - I enjoyed the

exercise and scripture does encourage Cheerful Giving. I saw it as a privilege and looked for

ways to give because I felt free.

There is also this__ if you are used some way by The Lord, it frees your finances in that area, like myself

with websites to run.


You can do these things more comfortably - instead of cramped maybe - not forgetting to Give to the Poor in some way because that is the emphasis on New Testament Giving. No, it should not make you thrifty. If it does, there's something wrong.

There is nothing righteous about tithes that justifies you or me - that is Jewish Law given to Israel - and being free from it should not make you lazy. 

It should free your heart more. Let's Rejoice!


Scriptures say what you give should not cause you sorrow, discomfort or hardship. So that makes the preacher out of line when he/she says to "give till it hurts". Yes, it does hurt people financially or spiritually - so that is definitely not God's Order. So often, it is evil and covetous! Be Careful. 

They should not take God's Name in vain - they do so every time they misquote scriptures!

New Testament scriptures state that we should not give reluctantly (with regret) or compulsion (shopping lists with God, that's coveting). 

One version says "not grudgingly", yet many preachers do make such impositions.


We should not be pressured in any way. The apostles did not do that. We can only Give Joyfully when we give with our hearts 

(what we decide) not painfully, that is actually an unscriptural practice. ANY preacher who does that

is actually out of line - they are covetous or ignorant.


And they are quenching your Desire to Give. That is wrong, it really is.

Scripture is very clear about this, Peter said "watching over them - not because you must, but because you

are willing, as God desires you to be; not pursuing dishonest gain, but eager to serve". ESV says "not for

shameful gain" yet most Televangelists know no shame - their riches perish with them, and they will.

Peter goes on to say, "neither Lording it over them (us) but being examples" (with Christlike nature).

He took his counsel directly from Jesus, that's what The Lord said.


I really feel that Christians should read the scriptures independently of what they have been taught

with respect for the Holy Spirit. If we do this, we will not be taken advantage of in any way.

Paul says to give what you want to give, not what the preacher wants.....just remember not to be

stingy in giving, that God delights in Cheerful Givers. When we give generously (of our own choosing)

The Lord blesses that.

Read 1 Pe 5:2,3 and 2 Co 9:6,7

Did the Early Christians Tithe? Read the PDF and see for yourself.

Tithes Or Giving - True Facts

“There are both idle talkers and deceivers…whose mouths must be stopped, who subvert whole households, 

teaching things which they ought not, for the sake of dishonest gain.” – Titus 1:10-11

See how it really Started in Church History 313 AD and 400 AD.....585 AD and 800 AD.....

who enforced it and why. PDF HERE

On Pages o this Webmenu, you will see so many ways you can have JOY in your giving.



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