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What is your next step when it comes to giving?
If you aren't currently giving, your next step may be to start giving some portion of your income. If you currently fall short of giving a full tithe (10%), then your next step may be to start tithing. Perhaps your are already tithing; your next step may be to imitate Jesus by becoming an extravagant giver.
The standard for giving under the Old Testament law was the tithe.
Each person was expected to give the first 10% of his income, as well as his livestock and crops (Leviticus 27:30-33; Malachi 3:8; Luke 18:11-22). People were obligated to tithe under the law of Moses. This changed because Jesus satisfied all of the requirements of the law through His sacrifice (Matthew 5:17).
As followers of Jesus, we give out of gratitude.
We give, not under obligation, but out of gratitude for Jesus' sacrifice on our behalf. Paul wrote about giving, but he did not mention the tithe or any other amount as a standard for contributions (Romans 7:4-6; Galatians 2:17-21).
Several verses in the New Testament suggest guidelines for our giving.
Our attitude in giving is just as important as the amount we give.
Through our giving we demonstrate our dependence on and trust in the Lord. We express our reliance on Him to meet our needs, instead of trusting ourselves or our earnings.