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Tithe To Abused Animals
First of all the Message of salvation is for people. With that part out of the way, we still have two jobs. One for taking care of the garden and everything in it, and the evangelism. When Jesus came to die, He did this to fulfill the law of sacrificing animals to pay for sins. He did not come to abandon everything in the Old Testament, which is what most people probably think. Jesus did not come here to save animals from sin. Because they are sinless. He came for the sinful (humans) that does not mean He doesn't care about His animals. The animals bowed down to Him when He was born, and laid in a manger (food bowl). Long story short (I can drag this out for a while), tithe just means giving a tenth to God.

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