The title of this book basically tells you what it is about: tithing. However, it is not written in a typical style of a bunch of rules about tithing and why it’s important. Instead, the author interviews people of various denominations about their practices and view on tithing. While at times there were things discussed that I could not relate to (due to denominational differences) the message was the same. God blesses a tither.
I chose to read this book because I love reading about how God works in people’s lives after they tithe. I was a bit disappointed when reading this book, though. It did have examples of how God blessed people after their obedience in the tithe, however, it just came across as dull and lifeless. It was a bit difficult to read and the stories of each person seemed to blend together. There wasn’t too much of a difference between each story.
I don’t know if I would recommend this book. I would say if you want to read something that is untraditional and different, then this is the book. However, if you are looking for something to inspire your walk with the Lord, this isn’t the book to do that.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Thomas Nelson Publishers as part of their BookSneeze.com