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Tithing

Tithing The Ancient Practices Series

By Douglas Leblanc, Phyllis Tickle
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.02 Stars

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On 8/28 Reformissional Rev wrote: Tithing: Test Me in ThisThe question of tithing as a valid practice in the Christian church today is a hotly debated subject among many. But the book Tithing:Test Me in This by Douglas Leblanc never attempts to tackle the issue of the validity of the practice in our century. Instead, Mr. Leblanc invites ... Tithing:Test Me In This

Reformissional Rev's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/11 SLCblogster wrote: This book was not one I would choose on a normal basis. Although I am not religious, I found this book to be eye opening and gave me appreciation for those who believe in God, their Church,and the practice of tithing. This gave a detailed look into a man's life and the sacrafices he made for his belief ... What is your Test?

SLCblogster's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/25 michael.wms0216 wrote: What we lose sight of, is that it is not actually myself that is doing the providing for what expenses I incur on a monthly basis. God, to get at the root of tithing, has provided us with the income, no matter how small or large,... He leaves us with the free will to choose, "God gave me a little paycheck ... tithing spiritual discipline

michael.wms0216's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/25 Foolishfeathers wrote: The book I am reviewing is called "Tithing: Test Me In This" which was written by Douglas Leblanc. This book is part of the Ancient Practices Series which is a set of eight books that explore eight different disciplines of faith. The Author explores the particular topic of tithing through the telling ... BOOK REVIEW: "Tithing: Test Me In This" By Douglas Leblanc

Foolishfeathers' Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/12 Peter Stevens wrote: Tithing is one of the oldest practices in the Bible. It goes all the way back to Abraham giving Melchizedek a tenth of everything in Genesis 14. It is also one of the most widely known about practices in church today. Because of this, one might think that another book about tithing is not needed. The ... Review of Tithing by Douglas Leblanc

Peter Stevens' Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/18 Alaina Houston wrote: Tithing by Douglas LeBlanc is yet another book in the series on Ancient Practices published by Thomas Nelson. Yes, I like these books. There is at least one more in the series I plan on blogging about before it's all said and done. Anyway, one thing I really liked about Tithing was that the author interviewed ... Tithing REVIEW

Alaina Houston's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/16 Divine Inspirations wrote: "Tithing" by Douglas Leblanc is an excellent book for Christians who want to walk in obedience with the Lord in giving Him your first fruits . . . which is 10% or more of your income and taking God at his word . . . "test me in this," and see if I will not throw open the windows of heaven and pour out ... Tithing

Divine Inspirations' Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/27 Reading Room wrote: I've always been a faithful tither, so I found this book to be very interesting. It validates a practice I've believed in most of my Christian life. While it is not an in depth treatise on tithing, the author masterfully makes his point by sharing the stories of others who have been faithful in tithing ... Wonderful Book

Reading Room's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/26 Monica Duncan wrote:   Tithing is a good book in the Ancient Practices Series. It explains in depth the true nature behind Tithing, and how to do it without getting to detailed with scriptures explaining it, but explains it in the eyes of other Christians, as to their how & why they do their tithing. Tithing ...

Monica's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/21 Ronald Crider wrote: Douglas Leblanc’s “Tithing: Test Me In This” is also a part of the Ancient Practices Series. The book presents a series of testimonies from various people that tithe.  The book focuses on the application of the Bible’s principal of tithing and outlines why it is practical and relevant today. ... Tithing

Ronald's Rating:

5 Stars