The undeceiving of the people in the point of tithes
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The undeceiving of the people in the point of tithes Wherein is shewed, I. That never any clergy in the Church of God hath been, or is maintained with lesse charge to the subject, then the established clergy of the Church of England. II. That there is no subject in the realme of England, who giveth any thing of his owne, towards the maintenance of his parish-minister, but his Easter-offering. III. That the change of tithes into stipends, will bring greater trouble to the clergy, then is yet considered; and far lesse profit to the countrey, then is now pretended. By Pet. Heylyn D.D by Peter Heylyn

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Published by printed by J.G. for John Clark, and are to be sold at his shop under S. Peters Church in Cornhill in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Church of England -- Apologetic works -- Early works to 1800,
  • Tithes -- England -- Early works to 1800

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Edition Notes

GenreEarly works to 1800
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2313:2
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[4], 28 p
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15431664M

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THE UNDECEIVING OF THE PEOPLE In the point of TITHES. A Mongst those popular deceits which have been set a­broad of late to abuse the people, there is not any one which hath been cherished with more endeer­ments, then a perswasion put into them of not paying Tithes: partly, because it carrieth no small shew of profit with it, but principally as it seemes a conducible means to make the Clergy. Tithe Applotment Books - their value to Irish family historians. The Tithe Applotment Books record the occupiers of tithe-eligible land, not householders. They are not population censuses. Because the tithe was payable only by those who worked on agricultural land, you may not find your ancestors included. In this chapter we find that in the revival of his day, the tithe is also mentioned: “And we cast the lots among the priests, the Levites, and the people, for the wood offering, to bring it into the house of our God, after the houses of our fathers, at times appointed year by year, to burn upon the altar of the Lord our God, as it is written. In tithes and offerings." God says those who refuse to give Him tithes and offerings are stealing—breaking one of the Ten Commandments (Exodus ; Deuteronomy ). Do comments about tithing in the book of Malachi refer only to the priesthood or other people of Malachi's day?

(Numbers , 21) The nonpriestly Levites received tithes from the people and contributed the very best “tenth part of the tenth part” to the priests.— Numbers It appears that a second yearly tithe was required, which benefited both Levite and non-Levite people. (Leviticus ) Just want to point out that ‘increase’ means what it says, and it doesn’t mean giving 10% of ones entire earnings! Also, God was addressing the bad attitudes of the priests and it was the priests who with held some of the tithes from the storehouse.   ‍What does the Bible say about paying tithes? The Bible is very clear in Leviticus where it says “A tenth of the produce of the land, whether grain or fruit, is the Lord’s, and is holy.” And Proverbs (NIV) says, “Honor the Lord with your wealth, with the first fruits of all your crops.”.   In a moment we are going to take up this morning’s tithes and offerings, but first let’s open up our bible to the book of Proverbs, chapter 3 verse 9– The human author of the book of Proverbs, King Solomon, was one of the most honored men to ever walk this earth.