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SERMONS & MEDIA ON TITHING

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TITHING SERMON OUTLINES

by Rex Yancey

We are entering that time of the year when we are preparing a budget for 2013. I know all of you are get excited when you hear that I am going to preach a message on tithing. Let me say first of all, this message is not for lost people. If you are lost my prayer for you today is that you will get saved. Secondly, I consider myself to be a biblical preacher. Therefore, I will...

by Frank Damazio

Introduction: Proverbs 3:9-10 Honor the Lord with your possessions, and with the firstfruits of all your increase; so your barns will be filled with plenty, and your vats will overflow with new wine. Honor: Means to respect the person and to give him or her appropriate attention and obedience. Barns: Agricultural community. This was their...

by Mark Baker

This question is being asked today and I would like to get to the very heart of it, and find the real reason for the tithe. God doesn't need our money does He? Why was it a requirement under the law in the Old Covenant? God has a reason for everything He does, and He is motivated for His great love...

by Larry Wynn

INTRODUCTION: A. Certain important words appear repeatedly in the Bible. 1. Belief: 272 verses. 2. Prayer: 271 verses. 3. Love: 714 verses. 4. Give: 2162 verses. B. People tend to be negative about messages on the subject of giving. 1. Misunderstanding - How this principle fits into one's Christian life. 2. Methods people use to promote giving...

by Jerry Vines

''Will a man rob God?'' What a question! I have three purposes in my message this morning. My first purpose is - if you have never received the Lord Jesus as your personal Savior, before this service is over, I want to bring you to the point where you decide that you will receive the Lord Jesus Christ into your heart and be saved. My second purpose is to talk to those...

by Eddie Snipes

Stewardship through tithing did not begin with the Mosaic Law, but as a part of Abraham's faithfulness to God. Abraham was well before the law. Abraham was the picture of justification by faith that points directly to our faith in Christ. Abraham was not justified by the law, but by trusting God. It is through Abraham's faith that the first tithe was given. The principle…

by Zach Terry

We are in a series of messages called, ''Under the Windows''. The last time we were together we talked about the MYTH of MINE and we discovered that since God owns everything he has the right to tell me what to do with His stuff. Today we are going to see that God does tell us what to do with His stuff in this message Bring the Tithe. Now when you realize the pastor is about...

by Roger Thomas

Introduction: Six months ago, most of us here spent four weeks reading and studying a book called Taking God at His Word. For the first time in a long time, the elders asked the whole church to give prayerful consideration to our financial stewardship. If you were here in November, you received a copy of the book. For four Sundays I preached on the themes of giving, financial planning, and tithing. We talked about these...

by Ken Trivette

1. During an examination, a rookie police officer was asked what strategy he would use to disperse a threatening crowd. His answer: ''I would take up a collection.'' 2. I know that many would rather hear a sermon on any subject but money and giving. That is because a lot of people willing to give God credit, but more are reluctant to give Him cash...

by Stan Coffey

Today's message is Growing Strong through the Habit of Giving. You may remember that a few Sundays ago, I preached on discipleship, and I gave you that little illustration of the disciple's cross. Jesus said, ''Take up your cross.'' Well, what is it to take up your cross? I gave you that illustration of our cross. The cross means that we develop some disciple habits. We...

by Joe Alain

''Bring the full tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house. And thereby put me to the test, says the Lord of hosts, if I will not open the windows of heaven for you and pour down for you a blessing until there is no more need.'' Malachi 3:10, ESV. If we were to turn off the lights in this worship center, it would be so...

by Jeff Strite

His name was Timothy Dexter and he was born in Massachusetts in 1747. At the age of 20 he took his life savings - a grand total of $9 - and moved to Newburyport, MA where he met and married a wealthy 31 year old widow.Fancying himself to be a shrewd businessman, he used his wife's money to buy stocks because that was...

by Bob Wickizer

It's that Sunday in Lent when we need to talk about something delicate - our sense of smell. Our olfactory system connects directly to the emotional centers of our brain. A close friend of mine had just returned from three tours as a medical evacuation helicopter pilot in Viet Nam. I took him duck hunting a year or so...

by Miles Seaborn

One of the most interesting things of life is to note the reaction, different kinds of reaction that people have when we begin to talk about money. It seems that most of us, no matter rich or poor, never seem to have enough of it and would like to have more of it.I am reminded of the preacher who was asleep one night when a burglar broke in...

by Ron Cox

The area of stewardship that we are going to talk about today can and will change your life. It did mine. Today I am going to challenge you in two areas...1) To Listen to God, 2) to become a Tither if you are not already. Jesus said, ''For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.'' (Matt. 6:21) God does not need your...