The Almighty Father, who is the Creator of all things, wants to bless each of His sons and daughters, as He has bountifully blessed His Appointed Son. After all of His sons and daughters will be ruling and reigning with Him, as kings and queens, princes and princesses in His Kingdom Nation. But to be blessed, each of the sons and daughters must follow the same spiritual principles with regard to blessings that the Son follows. These are the principles of the Financial Revolution.
The Son has been blessed thus far because he is the number 1 giver! Did you know that the Son would give 90% as his tithe and offering and leave the 10% for himself? That is why we should not be surprised why the Almighty Father has blessed the Son with everything.
The Father has seen that the more He has blessed the Son, the more committed, trustworthy, honest, loyal and generous he has become. The more has the Father been able to use him for His purposes.
Is the Financial Revolution for everyone?
No. It is only for those who have repented, who are free of the serpent seed and have said, “Father, from now on, not my will but thy will be done in my life, no matter what.” It is only for those whose spirits have been made new, like the Son, those who have received the new spirit, the righteous seed of the Holy Father. It is only for those who have over come, who have become matured in the spirit. If you are such, then the Father can bless you and use you for the whole world and through you, He will make His Kingdom known throughout the earth.
In other words, the Financial Revolution will only be fulfilled in the lives of those who can be trusted by the Almighty Father, like His Appointed Son.
What is the key to unlocking all these blessings into our lives?
The key is unconditional, sincere and wholehearted giving.
What are the spiritual laws behind the Financial Revolution?
Principle #1: Give your tithes
Malachi 3:10 holds the Father’s promise to those who faithfully return their tithes, which is 10% of every blessing we receive.
“Bring ye all the tithe into the storehouse, that there may be meat in mine house, and prove me now herewith, saith the Lord of hosts, if I will not open you the windows of heaven, and pour you out a blessings that there shall not be room enough to receive it!”
Giving your tithe is simply obeying what the Father has asked in Malachi 3:10. It will not guarantee the blessings. What guaranteed is that you will be recognized as being obedient to the Father’s will; you are honest, and not a thief.
Deuteronomy 28 is a chapter that pronounces blessings and curses. From verses 1 to 13, we read of the blessings that will come upon us if we hearken to the voice of the Father. On the other hand, from verses 15 to the end, we read of the curses that will come when we disobey the commandments of the Heavenly Father. So there is a key to the blessings and there is a key to the curses— blessings for obedience and curses for disobedience.
Obediently giving your tithe teaches you not to be attached to anything, especially money. To be blessed by the Father, you must follow principle #2.
Principle #2: Give your love offering
The love offering is taken from the remaining 90%. The offering is not a command, but it comes from your heart. The amount is determined by the love in your heart. You will determine how much you would like to off er. How does it unlock the blessings? Because the love offering is determined by the love you have in your heart, it is always more than the legal limit of your tithes.
Luke 6:38 tells us how it works:
“Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give unto your bosom. For with the same measure that you mete withal it shall be measured to you again.”
This means that the love offering that you give will be the same measure that shall be measured to you again when blessings are released by the Almighty Father.
To make this clearer, here is a parallel: When you give your tithe, it is like being given a piece of land on which to plant your seeds. Your love offering is the seed which you will plant on your piece of land. The bigger the offering, the bigger the number of seeds. Hence, the bigger the harvest.
When you give only your tithes, you will not have seeds to plant.
When you give only your offering, you will not have any land to plant your seeds. Thus others will benefit from it. Maybe the birds, or the rats, or someone else’s land.
How does Luke 6:38, which says “For with the same measure that you mete withal it shall be measured to you again” apply?
Here’s an illustration:
Lets say these are the measures, or containers you give, for your offering, which in this case is water:
If you choose the teaspoon as your measure for the offering, the blessing you will receive according to Luke 6:30 will be:
If you choose the pitcher as your measure, this will be the blessing you will receive:
[Image here] – Therefore, it is YOU who will determine how the Father will bless you.
Where should I bring my tithes?
To the place that the Father has chosen, and not just any place. Deutoronomy12:13-14 says:
“Take heed to thyself that thou offer not thy burnt offerings in every place that thou seest: But in the place which the LORD shall choose in one of thy tribes, there thou shalt off er thy burnt offerings, and there thou shalt do all that I command thee.”
The place that the Father has chosen in these last days is the New Jerusalem. He has chosen it because it is where His Son is. It is where His Temple is found. The Son is the Father’s temple. This is the Father’s storehouse for His seed, the storehouse referred to in Malachi 3:10.
Are we really required to give?
Yes, because it is in obedience to the Father’s commands, as stated in the verses above.
Tithing teaches us one very important spiritual principle: It’s called the Mystery of detachment. It teaches us not to be attached to anything else except the will of the Almighty Father.
It also teaches us the Spirit of Meekness, which is essentially declaring that everything we have does not belong to us, but it belongs to the Father. Matthew 5:5 says, “Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth.”