Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Pay Tithes even if you can't pay the water, electricity, rent, or food

“If paying tithing means that you can’t pay for water or electricity, pay tithing. If paying tithing means that you can’t pay your rent, pay tithing. Even if paying tithing means that you don’t have enough money to feed your family, pay tithing."


  1. I don't agree completely. My husband considered it his duty to support his mother and sister (two adult and healthy women), even when there was no money for food for him, me and our two children. If in the first place a person has something other than family, then he will not be happy. My ex got a divorce from me on Christmas morning https://onlinedivorcewa.com/filing-for-divorce-in-benton-county/. Because he gave our last money to his mother, and our children were left not only without gifts, they did not even receive candy.

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  3. Love how you left out the last sentence of the quote to further your agenda. He says at the very end of this "The Lord will not abandon you.". The story then goes on to tell how they got all the help they needed to stay afloat from the bishops warehouse, which is FUNDED BY TITHES. "The next Sunday, Amado approached Bishop Orellana again. This time he didn’t ask any questions. He simply handed his bishop an envelope and said, “Bishop, here is our tithing.”

    Reflecting on this experience, Bishop Orellana says, “Ever since then, they have been faithful tithe payers.” The family received some commodities from the bishops’ storehouse during their financial difficulties. Beyond that, the Lord blessed them to be able to care for themselves. Evelyn received a promotion, and Amado found a good job. Evelyn later lost her job, but they continued to pay tithing and to receive spiritual and temporal blessings for their faithfulness. Once Bishop Orellana asked Amado how the family was doing financially. Amado responded, “We’re doing all right. Sometimes we don’t have much to eat, but we have enough. And more than anything, we trust in the Lord.”

    After paying tithing for some time, Evelyn and Amado spoke with Bishop Orellana about the blessings they had received. Referring to Malachi 3:10, they said, “We have proven the Lord.” And true to Bishop Orellana’s promise, the Lord never abandoned them.". If a family is going through a hardship financially, there is no reason to give up paying tithes, since the church has an insane amount of money that they put towards helping those in need. All it takes is asking for the help.


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