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If you really want to know and understand more about giving of tithe, please make out time to read and understand this. It will go a long way to make things clear to you.

I was about to start writing my thesis on the subject of Tithing when someone sent me a link to Leke Alder’s brilliant article on the same subject. Upon reading his thesis; I concluded that there is no point writing again as he brilliantly captured all the points I had in mind to make. So enjoy reading his deep and sound article on this subject as noted below, along with some comments from me.
First thing I will say is that Tithing is not compulsory for the New Testament believers. The Bible states that the bird in the sky do not sow or reap or gather into barns; yet your father in heaven SUSTAINS (or FEEDS) them. So if all you seek is sustenance; grace in Christ will provide that for you even if you do not Tithe. But to operate in high Kingdom Finance is a whole different matter and you cannot operate at that level …


Welcome to a new Legislative Day in the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Senate President, Bukola Saraki took the official Prayer and led the Chambers into today’s proceedings.
EXECUTIVE SESSION The Senate moved into an Executive Session and resumed from its Executive Session at 11:42am.
Senate President, Bukola Saraki reported that at the executive session the Senate deliberated on issues bordering on the workings of the Senate and the National Assembly in general.
Senator John Enoh moved for the approval of votes and proceedings of Thursday 2nd November, 2017. Senator Albert Akpan Bassey seconded.
POINT OF ORDER Senator Emmanuel Paulker (Bayelsa Central) raised a point of order under order 42 on the extension of the board of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC)
Senator Joshua Lidani also raised a point of order over the 91 persons who recently lost their lives in the North to snake bites.
PRESENTATION OF A REPORT 1. Report of the Committee on Power, Steel Developm…

Femi Fani Kayode Comes Hard On VP Osinbajo Call Him A Pernicious Liar and A Sanctimonious, Self-Serving Dwarf

This is coming after Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo has uncovered what he described as “incredible things” former President Goodluck Jonathan did in office.

Osinbajo said this while speaking at the legislative economic summit themed “Legislative Framework for Economic Recovery and Sustainable Development” in Abuja on Monday.
Osinbajo uncovered things which he said happened in Nigeria a few weeks before the 2015 general elections.
He said under the administration of Jonathan, Nigeria witnessed barefaced stealing and waste of resources unprecedented anywhere in the world; the situation, he alleged, caused the recent economic recession.
He said between 2013 and 2015 with oil prices averaging up to $110 per barrel, “sometimes going to as high as $150, the government of the day somehow contrived to increase national debt from N7.9 trillion to N12.1 trillion; while reducing external reserves from $45 billion to $28 billion as of May 2015.”
Femi Fani Kayode, has taken to his tweeter to rain a…

#Budget2018: Read The Full Speech Of What Buhari Told Nigerian Lawmakers

President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday presented the 2018 Appropriation Bill to lawmakers.

The president read the budget speech before the joint session of the National Assembly.
The executive proposed a budget of N8.6 trillion, 16 per cent higher than the 2017 budget.
Read Mr. Buhari’s full speech below.
Delivered by:
His Excellency, President Muhammadu Buhari
President, Federal Republic of Nigeria
At the Joint Session of the National Assembly, Abuja
Tuesday, 7TH of November 2017
1. I am here to present 2018 Budget Proposals. Before presenting the Budget, let me thank all of you Distinguished and Honourable Members of the National Assembly, and indeed all Nigerians, for your support and prayers for my full recovery while I was on medical vacation.
2. I am very pleased to address this Joint Session of the National Assembly, on the revenue and expenditure estimates, and related matters, of the Federal Government of Nigeria for the 20…