One tenth of annual produce or earnings, formerly taken as a tax for the support of the Church and clergy.

(in certain religious denominations) a tenth of an individual’s income pledged to the Church.

a tenth of a specified thing.

“he hadn’t said a tithe of the prayers he knew”


1. pay or give as a tithe.

“he tithes 10 percent of his income to the church”


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You Don’t Have To Wait Until Sunday To Bring The Lord’s Tithe Or Offering

You don’t have to wait until Sunday to bring the Lord’s tithe or offering.

God said,
Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse,…… Malachi 3:10 KJV


come to a place with (someone or something).

cause (someone or something) to come to a place.

make (someone or something) move in a particular direction or way.

cause (something).


If your church or the church that you are bringing the Lord’s tithe and offering to has an online system for you to give or donate through you can “bring” the money immediately.

I love that!

Bridget Denise Webb

It also will help you not SPEND what belongs to God! You can give it immediately!

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If your church or the church that you are bringing the Lord’s tithes and offering to doesn’t have an online system, talk to your Pastor or the Pastor about the convenience of implementing an online giving system. One in particular is Givelify. There are other ones too!

There is also CashApp!

Don’t get me wrong I love to bring and give physically in service too! An online system or a way to give electronically is very convenient and 21st century! You can be across the world and still give!

You don’t have to wait until Sunday!


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How Many People Saved Money Yesterday? Breaking Generational Habits And Choices

A custom for my family was to cookout on major summer holidays.

Chicken, Ribs, Polish Sausage, Pork Steak, Hamburgers made from fresh ground beef, hot dogs, buns for the hamburgers and hot dogs, salads, beverages, desserts, don’t get me wrong, we loved it!

Food, people, family, is a way we celebrate. Enjoy life!

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Since I am single with no birth children my family consists of my immediate family.

You could expect a good cookout or a church picnic during the summer. As I sat in the backyard of my now Dad’s house, it was my parent’s house, my mother is now deceased, I saw no one barbecuing in the neighborhood. It seemed like I could faintly smell meat grilling, but for the most part it was quiet of a backyard barbecue in that part of the neighborhood.

How may people saved money yesterday by not throwing a cookout or how many did not have a cookout because they could not afford it? They did not have the money to do it.

During the times that my family had cookouts, my father, who was the main provider in our home, provided the funds to buy the food and things needed to cookout. Since that time, the family cookouts at that level of it being 100% provided by him has ceased. The last cookout that I can remember, was done by us the children and contributions in bringing something or giving something were made, which is a great alternative to the one person providing everything.

If you think about it, yesterday is just like any other day, except it is a nationally recognized holiday. You could cook a normal dinner and be fine! And still celebrate!

So does the country decide when you are to celebrate by spending money to do things that you can or probably can’t afford to do?

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The truth is, we could celebrate Independence Day everyday.

We learn from our environment, parents, grandparents, etc., whoever raised us or was around us to raise us, our communities. We subconsciously take on what we saw; what they did.

Example: If your parents cooked greens and hammocks, more than likely you cook them and eat them unless you have made definite choices and have changed what you cook and eat.

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You can decide to change you financial life, your financial blueprint. You don’t have to continue in a cycle of broke, poverty, debt, borrowing, not having enough, bad decisions, bad financial decisions.

It takes a thought, a choice! From that moment, pursuit!

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Which is where I am! I am actively pursuing the financial blueprint that God and myself wants me to have! You can too!

There was no family cookout! Not to say, if I could afford one, I may or may not have had one! I enjoy family, friends, food, and hospitality, and celebrating! But the key thing is, at this point, I would not be going broke to do so or putting myself in a bad place financially.

But I did celebrate and did not have to pay a dime for it! Earlier that day, I called my 4th of July dinner to me! And it came! If you would like to know more about what I am talking about, follow my Facebook Fan Page, Fabulous Finances.

Happy Belated Fourth of July!

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Wisdom Hath Builded Her House

Wisdom hath builded her house, she hath hewn out her seven pillars:

She hath killed her beasts; she hath mingled her wine; she hath also furnished her table.

She hath sent forth her maidens: she crieth upon the highest places of the city,

Whoso is simple, let him turn in hither: as for him that wanteth understanding, she saith to him,

Come, eat of my bread, and drink of the wine which I have mingled.

Forsake the foolish, and live; and go in the way of understanding.

Proverbs 9:1 – 6 KJV

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Do You Barter?

While doing some personal financial research, I came across an online article on the website DUE titled 101 UNIQUE WAYS TO SAVE MONEY. One of the ways mentioned to save money in this online article is to barter.

Bartering is the exchange (goods or services) for other goods or services without using money. (Google)

It can be anything, legal of course. If you wanted to barter your paid off house or car for something of less, equal or more value and the person who is the owner of the items you would like to receive agreed to it, you could.

The most recent news of bartering, that I came across was between a well known music artist, who instead of money for payment, requested payment in stock and with a company, and with another company the well known music artist took half of a monetary payment in exchange for the rights to a media work. This is a classic example of bartering. No physical money was exchanged, but items and the value of what was exchanged was payment.

We are accustomed to handling money and expecting money. We tend to think of exchange or payment for exchange in monetary terms. We don’t think about other ways to achieve what we would like. Think about going to a hairstylist, and instead of monetary payment, you exchange something worth value to you both. This is also a great way to save money, if you are trying to pay off debt or working on a goal.

Being creative and managing your wealth.

I barter. Please don’t hesitate to ask!

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