Mike Bamiloye ‘I Just realized That Those People Arguing That 10% Tithes Are Old Testament May Be Right’

Mike Bamiloye 'I Just realized That Those People Arguing That 10% Tithes Are Old Testament May Be Right'

Famous Christian director Mike Bamiloye just posted something on Facebook about tithes. Bamiloye revealed that he had come to the conclusion that people who contend that the Old Testament model of paying 10% tithes may have some merit. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

According to him, “I just discovered now that Those People Arguing that giving 10% Tithes is Old Testament Pattern Might be somehow Correct.”

Tithing is a biblical practice where believers give 10% of their income to support the church and its ministries. It has been a traditional practice in many Christian denominations for centuries, with the belief that by giving back to God, one will be blessed in return.

Regardless of where one stands on the issue of tithing, Bamiloye’s post serves as a reminder to critically examine our beliefs and practices as Christians. It prompts believers to delve deeper into scripture and seek a better understanding of why we do what we do in the name of faith.

Ultimately, the goal is to strengthen our faith and deepen our relationship with God, whether through tithing or other acts of worship and service. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>


  1. It’s surprising that every Christian like to claim Abraham’s blessings which is anold testament issue but are not willing to do what Abraham did.I’m very much aware that a great number of Christians pay far beyond 10% as tithe unto God.Any Christian still arguing over tithing may find it extremely hard to even offered unto God quality offering.Honestly, God isn’t going to throw anybody who withhols his or her tithe into.Where then lies your obedience and love towards God. Suffice it to say that for us Christians to effectively evangelize the world, finance is greatly needed. God is never a debtor to anyone, for the more you willing do the bidding of God in the area of tithing, it’s a great plus in your maturity as a child of God. I advise believers to stop nurturing the idea that tithe are there to enrich the pastor’s. This isa big deceit from the pit of hell. Obedience to God’s injunctions paves way to unquantifiable divine blessings.

  2. It’s very disheartening that what is written boldly in black and white is subject to arguments. The old and new testament convenants are not written or addressed to the Gentiles but the chosen ones of God, the Israelites. Moses never incorporated the Gentiles because God never asked him to do so. Moses interactions was with the Jews not Gentiles. The Gentiles were regarded as infidels, even dogs to say the least. They were kept at distance as strangers from the chosen ones. The instruments used by Moses, the laws of Offerings of divers forms and tithes were on the Jewish people and from their land. Interestingly, Christ Jesus ended the laws of Moses before the Gentiles were engrafted. Rom.10:4. When items of laws were ended, it’s very detasteful to say the least, that an engrafted people now go back to embrace what is declared ended and make it operational and attributing same to the one who ended it. Then,it must be another gospel not of our Lord Jesus Christ. Christ Jesus and His Jewish brethren disciples never demanded tithes and offerings, because it is ended by Christ Jesus. Hebrew 10:10.

    • You said it all. Thank you very much for the beautiful enlightenment.
      Tithe died with Jesus at the Mount of Calvary.

  3. As Christ followers, Jesus Christ left us with the injunction to – love God with all our hearts and all our mights and all our strength and to love our neighbors as we love ourselves. He added that whatsoever we do to the least of His brethren, that we do unto Him. There’s prejudice everywhere, yet some people are preaching tithing as a command instead of the love of God and neighbor as commanded by Christ. Until we discover the Divine Fire 🔥 of God which is the love of God and the love đź’• of our fellow man. The Church is just a business place. Thank you.

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