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Book details
  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Biblical Studies / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:136
  • eBook ISBN:9781934782217

Tithes and Offerings

The Right Relationship Between a Pastor and His Congregation

by John D. Clark, Sr.

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Overview
This is not a book about money. It is a book about the proper relationship of a pastor and his flock, both his responsibility toward them and theirs toward him. How to deal with God’s money is a necessary element of the discussion, but the more important issue is, how are we to deal with each other? Upon reading this manuscript, one lady commented, “Every sentence will be a new thought to God’s people.” That may not altogether be the case, but many of the sentences in this book certainly will bring new thoughts to those who read them. The truth about tithes and offerings will help to heal the current mass confusion concerning the issue. But be warned; the truth of the matter will challenge your heart with light which, to my knowledge, is shining nowhere else.
Description
This is not a book about money. It is a book about the proper relationship of a pastor and his flock, both his responsibility toward them and theirs toward him. How to deal with God’s money is a necessary element of the discussion, but the more important issue is, how are we to deal with each other? Upon reading this manuscript, one lady commented, “Every sentence will be a new thought to God’s people.” That may not altogether be the case, but many of the sentences in this book certainly will bring new thoughts to those who read them. The truth about tithes and offerings will help to heal the current mass confusion concerning the issue. But be warned; the truth of the matter will challenge your heart with light which, to my knowledge, is shining nowhere else.
About the author
Pastor John D. Clark Sr has been a pastor of a non-sectarian home fellowship for over 30 years. He has authored many books, gospel tracts, and other materials to help spread the truth of the gospel. In addition, he has written many songs and recorded several CDs which are available for free download on his personal website given in the book. Pastor John considers himself only a servant of Jesus Christ. He does not promote any institutionalized religious system, including the religious institution called Christianity. Instead, he reaches out to all believers everywhere with sound doctrine, exhorting them to serve the Lord "in spirit and in truth" rather than in ceremony or traditions which contradict and undermine the principles of the New Covenant which Jesus purchased with his sacrificial death.
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