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Daily Bible Reading | November 21 | 2 Corinthians 6 | 2 Corinthians 7 | 2 Corinthians 8
Bible Teaches that a Willing Gift is Better than a Forced Tithe
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2 Corinthians 6:

God's faith is not in vain for those who live by faith in Jesus Christ.  We do not create a stumbling block for anyone in order not to discredit our ministry. Instead, we possess everything in God despite the sufferings, hardship, troubles, distress, sorrow, and imprisonment.  We succeed because of endurance, kindness, purity, patience, understanding, and yet making others rich with nothing.  Do not be unequally yoked with unbelievers for any reason (because of money, status, power, or connections).  Moses and Isaiah commands that we do not associate or touch anything unclean, but be set aside for God's purpose. 

2 Corinthians 7:

Let us set ourselves apart for God in purity and holiness based on God's promise.  Despite all our sufferings and opposition in every corner God comforted us with Titus' coming.  So God can use a man to bring positive change to a hopeless situation.  Unlike worldly sorrow that brings death, God's sorrow brings repentance that leads to salvation without any regret.  So Christians are to see setbacks as an opportunity to return to God for a recharge.  It is good to have complete confidence in each other, as well as in Jesus Christ and God.

 

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2 Corinthians 8:

Despite their persecution and poverty, the Macedonian churches have being highly generous.  The church (THE PASTOR) is to have a grace of giving OTHERS and just just receiving tithe and offerings.  Please always be willing to give according to what one has (from the heart) and not what one does not have (by force or command).  The New Testament is focused on giving gifts freely and generously, and not a commanding law of force through tithes.  It is always good for churches to collaborate in supplying each other's needs. 
 

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