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  1. Should I give if I'm in debt? 

  2. What is tithing? Should Christians tithe?  

  3. What does the Bible teach about where to give?  

  4. What are the 7 keys to becoming more generous? 

  5. If I am poor, should I give?

  6. What if I am too afraid to give 10% to Godís work? 

  7. 23 things the Bible teaches about giving.

  8. Why should I give money to the LORDís work?

  9. What is the difference between tithes and offerings?

  10. What are 5 ways to teach children to be generous?

  11. Should I give 10% off the net or gross?

  12. Why should I support my local church?

  13. What are the 5 Dís of Christian giving?

  14. What if my spouse doesn't want me to give?

  15. I can't afford to give, so I donate time - is that enough?

  16. Should I give all my donations to my church?

  17. If I don't have a job, should I give?

  18. How much should I give and where should I give?

  19. What are some helpful Christian financial books? 

  20. What are 5 best tips for making smart donations?

  21. How can I stop receiving fundraising solicitations?

  22. How can I avoid charity scams?

  23. How can I find out more info about charities?

  24. What are the 5 types of non-cash donations people make?

  25. How can I find good organizations to support?

  26. What is online or electronic giving? Is this a good idea?

  27. What should I know about a charity before giving?

Godly and Wise Financial Advice

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Go to www.MasterYourMoney.com for his wise, Biblical, and practical advice on many financial questions related to debt, investing, giving, estate planning, savings, budgeting, housing, retirement, and more!