Too often in churches today, Christians are made to feel as if they are “robbing” God if they fail to give a tithe, or 10%, of their income to their local church. Alternatively, many churches will promise their flock hundredfold returns by planting a “seed of faith” money offering. Still others teach that tithing unlocks hidden blessings from God, or that God is powerless to bless the one who withholds the tithe from the church. What then is the truth? Is God some sort of spiritual concierge that expects a 10% tip for His services? What does the Bible have to say? In Gospel according to the Apostle John, Christ proclaimed, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through Me.” (John 14:6) Yet, many, in effect, teach that Jesus merely provided a better way, a new truth and a different life wherein we come to the Father by adherence to points of the Law that somehow slipped through the cracks of the Lamb’s fulfillment. In the church today, nowhere is this exhibited more than in the area of offerings and tithes. So then, let us examine the Scriptures and see that the Savior has indeed fulfilled the “requirement of the Law” (Rom 8:4), including offerings and tithes.This book will explore the Biblical basis for tithes and offerings, and how they apply to Christians today.