by A. W. Pink

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In his book Tithing, A.W. Pink uses the Bible as a guide to Christian giving. In Leviticus, the Mosaic Law was given to God's people, and the obligation to tithe was clearly stated within it. But Pink shows us that even long before the Law was handed down at Sinai, God's people tithed in the form of sacrifices. Pink notes several passages in the Old and New Testament where God shows his disappointment with those who fail to give back to him. In the New Testament, we see that God places today's Christians under an even stronger obligation to tithe. Pink speaks directly to those who, as a result of their ignorance, laziness, financial distress, or pride believe that the call to tithe does not apply to them. Pink gives these readers practical advice which helps make tithing meaningful and manageable.

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