Acts 20:35 ESV
In all things I have shown you that by working hard in this way we must help the weak and remember the words of the Lord Jesus, how he himself said, It is more blessed to give than to receive.
Why is giving so emphasized in the Christian faith?
Is Tithing Commanded for Christians?
Christ has fulfilled the Old Testament law for his people. But does that mean God no longer expects us to tithe? ... Jesus said it is more blessed to give than to receive (Acts 20:35). And we would be free from a love of things, ...
Generosity is more than tithing, and more than just money. ... He points out that the total prescribed giving in the old covenant amounted to about ... to our joy and says, It is more blessed to give than to receive (Acts 20:35).
A Biblical Model for Giving, Part 1
Now some people might think that that's purely an Old Testament principle, ... But there's a second verse that we would add to it and that is Acts 20:35. .... The priests received their living from the tithe that the people gave.
How can I become a more cheerful giver?
God's Plan for Giving, Part 2
Tithing in the Old Testament was taxation, not giving. ...... No wonder our Lord Jesus said, as recorded in Acts 20:35, It is better to give than to ...
Let's Be Rich Toward God
Because you taught me, Lord, it is 'more blessed to give than to receive' (Acts 20: 35). ... because God is your treasure, not because I demanded that you tithe. ... This means I read my Bible daily with on this quest so that I can say with ... of the cross give less to the churc...
Don't Be Anxious, Lay Up Treasure in Heaven
One time he refers to the Old Testament minimum of giving a tenth of your income , endorses it, and then calls for a way of looking at life and money way more radical than the mere tithe. You tithe even ... (Acts 20:35). Oh, that ...
Love in Action
The Reformation of Worship - Ligonier Ministries
The liturgy of worship included selections from the Latin Bible, but .... blessed to give than to receive (Acts 20:35) applies to Christian relationships with ... we respond to His gifts to us in grateful song, supplication, and tithes.