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About Church/Ministry
Open Arms Baptist Church
9039 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville, Florida 32216
Phone: 904-641-4887
4 + years
Service Type
Weekly Attendance
100 - 249

Dr. C. David White

Open Arms Baptist Church

Baptist, Pastor/Minister

About me:
We are a Spirit-filled present day expression of Godís love to the world through His Son Jesus Christ. His arms were open to receive us - our arms are open to receive you.

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Ronald Robey
June 16, 2014
Samuel, You say it is mandatory that a worker needs to give 1/10 of your income to your maker. If it is mandatory as you say, can you produce the Scripture that tells me it is mandatory? As to your claim that "we cannot offer food to God today" comment, I am assuming you are inferring that they did not have money to tithe back in olden days? You are completely wrong! Read Deuteronomy 14, 22-27. The tither could sell his tithe for money, but had to buy back the tithe with that money... and eat it. Also Leviticus 27:31. The crops tithe could be bought back by the tither, but the tither had to add 20 to the assessed value of the tithe. So, even though money was readily available, it was not tithed. Awaiting your response to my question for you to provide Scripture that says workers must tithe 10 of their money.
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Ronald Robey
March 16, 2014
Sorry Pastor, But I have to disagree with this sermon. The tithes God was demanding in Malachi were not monetary tithes... they were agricultural. See Leviticus 27:30-34. Tithes were food throughout the period of the Mosaic Law, and were still food in the last chapter that mentions them in the New Testament. Hebrews 7 says the sons of Levi have a commandment to take tithes of their brethren... according to the Law. The Law never called for a monetary tithe... only agricultural.