Thursday, April 9, 2009

The Spiritual Believer and Money (continued)

Co Editor in Chief Cathy Ferguson

Dear Believers in Jesus the Christ,

The Holy Spirit is guiding me to continue to reveal how spiritual believers should handle money. One of the concerns within the Body of Christ is the sinful practices of leadership as well as the sheep in the handling of money. Firstly, the leadership in some cases do not handle the tithes as Abba Father Yahweh prescribes. The tithes is holy and it has blessings as well as curses attached to it. Abba Father Yahweh commands His leaders to use the tithes for these things:

1. The leadership should tithe off of the tithe and it should be given to another ministry.

2. The salary of the leadership.

3. The salary of the musicians.

4. The salary of the people who maintain the church.

5. Orphans and widows.

6. And financial assistance to strangers (strangers are new members of the Body of Christ with need of financial assistance).

The offering have less restrictions, however all things should be brought before the Lord for His approval.

I have been on a quest to understand how to operate in Abba Father Yahweh's power. I also want to walk in the overflow described in Malachi chapter three. The Holy Spirit revealed that there are three appointed times when Abba Father Yahweh opens up the windows of heaven and pours out blessings so great on the obedient believers,

The first window was open on April 8th at sundown which is Passover. The blessings associated with this First Fruit Offering is the Barley Harvest.

The second window will be 50 days after Passover which is Pentecost. The blessings associated with the second First Fruit Offering is the Wheat Harvest.

The third window will be in the fall during the Feast of Tabernacle or the Feast of Booth. The blessings associated with the third First Fruit Offering is the Grape Harvest.

Each one of these First Fruit Offerings places the spiritual believer in the overflow of blessings.

Stay tune for more.

Your Sister in Christ Jesus,

Dr. Edith G. Davis

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