By John F Avanzini
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No, they were chosen because they had already proven they could handle their financial affairs; they had already dealt with the financial area of their lives. These workers had been working on all types of secular ventures. They had learned their trades in other building projects, but had always been faithful in their financial matters. So when it came time for the king to choose who would do the work on the house of God, God told the king to choose men who had dealt properly with their finances.
Is the Lord's; it is holy unto the Lord. Leviticus 27:30 Not only does the tithe belong to the Lord, but it is clearly stated that it must be returned to Him in a timely manner. If not, He charges the delinquent tither a very high interest rate. And if a man will at all redeem aught (hold back any) of his tithes, he shall add thereto the fifth part (20%) thereof. Leviticus 27:31 There it is in black and white. The tithe is the Lord's, and it must not be kept back from Him. If it is, God charges twenty percent interest!
God is eager to reveal this exact amount He wants given if He is speaking to a cheerful giver. cheerful givers are the ones God prizes. 2 Corinthians 9:7 TLB Step Four: You must refuse to give when man puts pressure on you. It is better to give nothing than to give an amount someone pressures you into. This does not mean that when people emphasize the urgency of the need, they are putting pressure on you to give. They may simply be relaying to you the pressure they are under. If your pastor tells you of an emergency need, this should not be considered pressure.