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Old 03-21-2008, 08:33 AM
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Originally Posted by Paladin54 View Post
All right, so I'm 17, with an income, which is tithed, but my father pays for my gas because I'm dependent on him. My question is, does the money I get for gas count as an income, which should be tithed, or should it be untouched, excluding it from my income?
You should not be under the bonds of wrong-division. Tithing is not for you. You do not have to tithe.

You should give what you want when you want. See the verse references posted by George. Right dividing means we must see which ordinances are for whom. Tithing has nothing to do with believers in the Church age.