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Category Archives: Giving
“Will a man rob God? Yet you have robbed Me! But you say, ‘In what way have we robbed You?’ In tithes and offerings” (Malachi 3:8). The children of Israel had returned from captivity about a century earlier. Many things … Continue reading
The Salvation Army operates thrift stores. These stores resell donated items such as clothing, furniture, household items, and toys. They even have trucks which will pick up donated items from your house. The revenue is used to fund their Adult … Continue reading
The purpose of this article is to stimulate the interest in Bible students to study these often overlooked books. To many, these books are dry, uninteresting, and contain little application to life today, after all it was written to be … Continue reading
“Some brethren have argued that the church is authorized to help church members and their dependents out of the church treasury, but no others. They reason that many times do we read of the church aiding and assisting “saints,” “disciples,” … Continue reading
In my personal reading, I’ve found a few thoughts I wish to share with you: 1. The church needs to be among society. Alexander Campbell: “That the church may have an influence upon society at large, there is wanting a … Continue reading
The Church of My Dream (author unknown) It is a church with a warm heart, an open mind and an adventurous spirit. It is a church that cares, that heals hurt lives and helps old people. It is … Continue reading