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Just as in ancient times, it would be wise for tithing to be a requirement for church membership. If so, the minister would be a tither. Every member of the Board Of Trustees would be a tither, thus qualifying them to handle more wisely church business. All other church leaders such as counselors, practitioners, Sunday school teachers and ushers would be tithers. And the church would tithe regularly from its overall income, giving a “heave offering” to the other churches or organizations with which it is connected, or through which it was being helped and inspired.
A church with such a giving consciousness would naturally attract a loving, giving congregation, because people unconsciously go where there is a consciousness of increase. Such churches are never problem-prone, but are places of peace, harmony and inspiration because spiritual teachings, rather than constant fundraising, are emphasized. This spiritual method of giving, developed in ancient times, still produces vast benefits for all who use it today, both individually and collectively.
The Dynamic Laws of Prosperity