The bible in Malachi 3:10 says, “bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may be meat in mine house, and prove me now herewith, saith the Lord of hosts, if I will not open you the windows of heaven and pour you out a blessing, that there shall not be room enough to receive.”
How many of you have had a blessing so poured out on you that you didn’t have room to receive? And when you did, didn’t you just buy or build a bigger space to receive it or didn’t you just give it away so that others can enjoy what you no longer needed (or wanted)?
How many of us believe Malachi 3:10 to mean that you actually have to bring a tithe to a storehouse to receive a blessing you don’t have room enough to receive? What is a tithe and what is a storehouse? And what is a blessing? And why do we (those of us who believe the Bible) so believe that the storehouse is a church? Wasn’t it a preacher, i.e. a personality, who needed the money to build his church like Sam Walton needed your purchases in his store to build the Wal-Mart fortune or like Kings needed fees and provisions from their lords and subjects to finance their kingdom?
Why do we believe a tithe is 10% and are we sure it has to be 10% of your money? Is the storehouse necessarily a church? Could the storehouse be a neighbor in need of food? Could a tithe be whatever you may have to give away?
Could a tithe be something you keep for yourself so that you ensure you always have food (meat) to eat? Could a tithe be the funding source of your dreams?
Is this scripture a verse on giving to a church system or is this secret knowledge to the initiates on how to achieve great fulfillment in this life?
Many of us have been disgusted by the games these preacher-personalities have played on our emotions so we don’t give to anyone as a show of rebellion. And many of us don't give because we don't believe we have enough to give.
If your desire is to be a giver, start today thinking of yourself as a giver . The first step to being a giver is thinking giver thoughts that you benefit from first and only when you are reaping the benefits of your own self-giving do you then give outward. And no this is not selfish this is the forbidden knowledge taught to the initiates - feel your cup to overflow and give to others from the waterfall of your fullness.
Before doing, you have to be, and once you be, doing comes more naturally.
The next time you are at church and a preacher asks you for money. Ask yourself, (be honest) “do I really want to give it?” If the honest answer is no, then don’t give at that time. It’s ok! Keep your money in your purse until the money cheerfully releases from you. Why stress to give your money to a church because a personality that is not you said so? Keeping your money until it freely flows out is the key to money freely flowing in.
A personality only wants you to fear what neither him/her nor you can know for sure: whether your reluctant gift out of obligation to
a church has any more favor with God than not giving or giving to the church only when you truly desire to. You either choose to give out of fear or out of love.
If blessings really do mean God’s protection and favor than your mere life is a blessing of potential. Maximizing the capacity of being yourself brings upon your life blessings on top of blessings. You will then go from slave to free, from peasant to lord, or from duke to king. By revaluing yourself, you change your life. You build for yourself a mansion instead of a cottage because a mansion is fit for a king while a cottage was for the peasant. And with the change of your inner being, your outer capacity to receive blessings increases.
You are your storehouse.
For those of you who need Bible support: the bible says “Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously. Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work.”
2 Corinthians 9:6-8 NIV
Most Christians have heard this scripture preached on many Sundays. A lot of ministers use this verse as a way to trigger fear in the heart of a believer: “give money to this church or God will not bless you.”
Have you ever given of your financial resources at church out of fear, guilt, shame, or worry that God will not financially bless you in return?
Although preachers use these scriptures as scare tactics for you to contribute to the building fund, I just don’t think these scriptures were meant to be used as a method to get abundance from God. The preachers are using the scriptures most effectively, but most believers are only being used by the use of the scriptures. It’s time this transaction between church and parishioner become mutually beneficial (in this life).
If “God” is a provider, then God can't help but provide despite what you do. God’s giving is God’s business; your giving is your business. Increase your capacity of being you and maximize the skill of being you to live your greatest dreams. As Neville Goddard once said, “change your conception of yourself and you will automatically change the world in which you live. Do not try to change people; they are only messengers telling you who you are. Revalue yourself and they will confirm the change.”
You are your storehouse.
Your giving or not giving to a church will not change who God is whether you believe there is a God of the Bible or not. Life will always provide for life because that’s life’s natural nature- summer follows spring then winter follows fall so that eventually summer lives again. Life follows death so that life can live again.
No matter whether you give more or less, the gift of giving has to come from a place of you being a giver so that you will always have something to give.
Once you are a giver, you give without reluctance or compulsion. No one needs to pump or prime you into giving. When you are a giver, you live in a flow of giving. And in this flow, there is ongoing provision to yourself and others benefit from the flow.
Giving isn’t about testing God to see if God will give something back to you. This need to test God to receive abundance is only a religious concept. A funding source to build bigger and bigger buildings and greater and greater wealth for the dreams of personalities that are not you. If you removed the fear that a loving God would curse you for not giving, how would not giving to the church be different from not buying basil from Wal-Mart?
If you buy from Wal-Mart, Wal-Mart grows, right? After your giving to church, doesn’t the pastor usually drive nicer vehicles, doesn’t their salaries increase, doesn’t their First Ladies/Gentlemen wear red bottoms and Rolexes, don’t they build bigger and bigger sanctuaries - very similar to Wal-Mart building Super centers and Sam Walton leaving his children a fortune.
Aren’t these preachers leaving their children a fortune with your giving? Are you leaving your children a fortune with your own giving?
Don’t our giving to churches just increases the churches’ capacity. Instead of giving to the store front, you are now giving to 10,000 square feet sanctuary that is only half full most Sundays and empty the other 5-6 days of the week. Instead of giving so the pastor can drive a Cadillac, you are now giving so the pastor can drive a Phantom. Who’s getting the benefit of your capacity?
You already have the capacity to increase your own capacity—are you willing to increase your own value? The only person who can test this is you and the only person who can fail this test is you.
Give not to test God to give back to you but to test who you know yourself to be at your current capacity and expand your being from there.
God doesn’t need your money, but personalities wanting to make a profit or name for themselves do and guess what that’s the reality of the life we live and that is more than ok.
Remember: you are a personality too.
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