Thursday, December 30, 2010


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This, specifically is the 1/10 of your total income,
now the bible told us that 1/10 of your total income is your tithe,
therefore in Deuteronomy 14:22-27 the bible told us to go to the house of God to eat our tithe there,
and not to give it there, though its up to you to either eat or give away,
and that if the way is too long we should sell the products and bind the money in our hand and take it to the house of God where the Lord has made himself to be worshiped and use the money to buy anything that our heart desires and eat it there including strong drinks , after reading this I wondered why the present generation Churches  only tell us to pay our tithe to the church and not to eat it there, is it that they have never read this portion of the bible or that they blatantly refuse to preach it to their members for fear of loosing the tithe that their members will be paying to them.
    Now somebody will wonder why God told us in the book of Malachi to bring the full tithe of our products to his house so there will be food in his house, while he told us to eat it there, I believe the reason why he told us to eat it there is because he know that we will not be able to finish the full tithe of our products so he told us to eat  it there so that the remaining produce will be left in the house of God, inveriablly if you have respect for God you will seperate the one you want to eat and give the remaining to the Church before eating your own you and your household, therefore each time you are paying your tithe and somebody tells you that you are not paying your full tithe know it that you are suposed to eat some of it.


  1. Where is the Reference?

    Bible Christians, believers in Sola Scriptura, teach that the Bible is complete and that it is all that is needed. They teach that all answers are given by Scripture.

    I wish to refute that thinking by showing that there are a lot of questions brought up in Scripture that are not answered therein. So where do we go to find those answers so that we have the fullness of truth and not just some of it?

    Matthew 11:21, "Woe to thee, Corozain...For if in Tyre and Sidon had been worked the miracles that have been worked in you, they would have repented long ago in sackcloth and ashes."

    What are these miracles in Corozain? Where is the reference?

    Matthew 23:2, "The Scribes and the Pharisees have sat on the chair of Moses."

    Where is this 'chair of Moses' referenced in Scripture?

    Acts 20:35, "In all things I have shown you that by so toiling you ought to help the weak and REMEMBER the Word of the Lord Jesus, that He Himself said, 'It is more blessed to give than to receive.'"

    Show me the verse where Jesus said these words.

    Matthew 2:23, "And He went and settled in a town called Nazareth; that there might be fulfilled what was spoken through the prophets, He shall be called a Nazarene."

    In what verse did the prophets say this?

    James 4:5, "Or do you think that the Scripture says in vain, "The Spirit which dwells in you covets unto jealousy.""

    Where does Scripture reference this?

    2Timothy 3:8, "Just as Jannes and Jambres resisted Moses, so these men also resist the truth..."

    Who are Jannes and Jambres? Where is the reference? If you know, by what means did you find it?

    Hebrews 11:35, "Women had their dead restored to them by resurrection. Others were tortured, refusing to accept release, that they might find a better resurrection."

    Who are these 'others', the ones searching for a better resurrection? Where is the Bible reference?

    Jude 1:9, "Yet when Michael the Archangel was fiercely disputing with the devil about the body of Moses..."

    Where can this 'dispute' be found in Holy Scripture?

    Jude 1:14, "Now of these also Enoch, the seventh from Adam, prophesied, saying, 'Behold, the Lord has come with thousands of His holy ones.'"

    Where is this prophecy in Scripture? Where is the reference?

    Since non-Catholics are bound to Scripture and Scripture only (Sola Scriptura), the purpose of this post is to show that everything is not in the Bible.

    Answers to some of the questions asked here can be found through Tradition, and others through the seven books that non-Catholics do not have in their Bibles.

    Some can be found in the multitude of apocryphal writings, and in the very large library of writings by the Church Fathers.

    Others simply cannot be found anywhere but have been lost forever for various reasons. It is thought that about 400,000 priceless historical writings alone were lost due to the great fire in the library of Alexandria Egypt in 48 B.C. (the actual date is debatable).

    Others have been lost simply by the deterioration of the scroll media used by the various authors of antiquity.

    Catholics have the fullness of truth since they can draw on so many resources outside of Scripture as mentioned above.

    Protestantism has many pieces missing to their puzzle of GOD's salvation history unless they are willing to search the Catholic sources listed.

    As long as they cling to the false doctrine of sola scriptura, they will never see the full picture. They will never have the fullness of truth.

  2. some of the places you quoted can be seen in the bible and some are not but the fact remains that the bible cannot be understood or read like a novel, but could only be discerned by the guidance of the Holy Spirit, and talking of some of the books, in the roman catholic archives, the were supposed to make it public to none Catholics as well if they actually want the word of God to spread as is suppose. but keeping it to them selves and not reading it will only make it to be lost forever and you know that none Catholics will never have the same believe with the Catholics if not for any thing the fact that they have idols in their churches is enough because the bible said that images should not used to worship him