Gospel Singer Nathaniel Bassey Air’s His View On Tithing

Singer Nathaniel Bassey air’s his view on #tithing Tithing – Whether Old or New Testament o, or whether under the law or under Grace o😌, COUNT ME IN. I love this God too much to argue about one small fraction of what he has blessed me with. When He sent His ONLY SON to die for me, He didn’t argue about it. His wasn’t even 10%. It was 100%. He gave everything for a once bloody sinner like me so I can be called His Saint. “10 Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may be meat in mine house, and prove me now herewith, saith the Lord of hosts, if I will not open you the windows of heaven, and pour you out a blessing, that there shall not be room enough to receive it” – Malachi 3:10. Tithing, A key to an OPEN HEAVEN as we have been speaking about. I believe it is offered to God through our local Assembly. i.e, where we are planted and fed. And from my little understanding and observation, no genuine Ministry forces people to do so, even though they may encourage their congregation to give it. But Truth is, at the end of the day, it’s really a matter of LOVE & HONOUR. “For God so loved the world that He GAVE…” True love always gives. My name is Nathaniel Bassey, and I unapologetically believe in tithing. Plus At the end of the day, this is my Instagram handle.

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  1. Every child of God (who loves Him) would certainly love to give. Giving is a new testament thing. Tithing carries with it a note of law and compulsion which makes it seem like you must pay for what God has done for you. This is why you’re asked to “pay” your tithe. “Give and it be given to you” is a new testament thing.

    This space may not be enough to write all I understand about tithing but I leave you with some passages to show you why tithing is not apropos in our dispensation: The Levites who received tithes had nothing to live on (Deut. 14:27–;Only 10% of the tithes is meant for the church (Neh. 10:38).As for how tithes were generally utilized see Deut. 14:22-27.

    I know that the argument against tithing has become escape routes for stingy believers who don’t want to give for the work of God and those who believe their pastors live large on their tithes, it is non the less true that tithing isn’t right now. It is not a sin to tithe but it not a new testament practice. Any person who doesn’t understand New creation realities certainly doesn’t understand Moses and the purport of the law.

    As for my beloved Nathaniel Bassey, he should not give a small fraction of his blessings. I believe that love for God and the advancement of His kingdom business should motivate one to give more than 10% of his blessing/earnings, but not as tithe.

    Shallom!

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