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Kleptomaniac: Who' Really Robbing God Anyway?

By Frank Chase Jr in General 290 views 22nd December 2016 Video Duration: 00:00:59   Alabama
Over the years, I've read and studied a lot about tithing and this one thing I know for sure, God never said he wanted money as a tithe. In fact, the Hebrew word for tithe the Ma'aser. It means tenth part. The tenth part that Ma'aser refers to everything eatable. The Bible does mention money but money was never paid to the priests or Levites as a tithe. Not one single occupation in the Bible that a person had ever cough up ten percent to temple. So if the Bible is clear on tithing and who paid the actual agricultural, herd and flock tithe, then why do people persist to perpetuate and non-biblical monetary tithe system that the foreign to the scriptures. Allow my new book trailer video on Kleptomaniac: Who's Really Robbing God Anyway? to answer the questions.

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