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Want More From God
  
Strong Axe, I am sure everyone can justify their greed on way or another. If all poor people want is food, then why do so many government dependants have $1500 iPhone? That could buy more food than I consume in a year.


Want More From God
  
I doubt there are many people, if any, who do not wish for financial blessings. However many people have it in their mind that only the rich are greedy. When they hear the word "greed" the instinctively picture some corporate executive (probably white male) in a suit. They don't picture the person living on entitlement programs willfully taking something they didn't work for from someone else. Which is more greedy, wanting to keep what you worked for, or taking what rightfully belongs to someone else? The love of money is the root of all evil, not money itself. The poor can be just as preoccupied with money (or their lack thereof) as a rich person can.


Tithe To Abused Animals
  
I read in one of the comments below that tithing is not commanded in the New Testament. Come to think of it, is it even commanded in the Old Testament? I know there are examples in the Old Testament of individuals giving a tithe, but are there any examples of followers being instructed to perpetually pay 10% of their income to the church?


Playing Bingo A Sin
  
I believe that addiction is a sin. If you are addicted to gambling, or gambling has negatively affected your life or your ability to provide for yourself or your family, then yes, it is a sin and you need to seek help to break the addiction. If it is merely an opportunity to socialize and support an organization and is not having negative effects on your life or finances, then I don't think there is anything wrong with it.


What Is The Gospel
  
Well, scripture does say that you must confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised Him up from the dead.

Do you have another definition for the term "accepting Christ"?



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