A thought from the scriptures

Behold, now it is called today until the coming of the Son of Man, and verily it is a day of sacrifice and a day for the tithing of my people. . . .- D&C 64:23

"I will always be grateful for a father and mother who, as far back as I can remember, taught us to pay our tithing," President Gordon B. Hinckley of the First Presidency said at the April 1982 general conference."In those days, in the ward in which we lived, the bishop did not have an office in the meetinghouse. We went to his home for tithing settlement. I can still sense my feelings of trepidation as I walked into that home as a very small boy to settle my tithing with Bishop John C. Duncan. . . .

"We never felt that it was a sacrifice to pay our tithing. We felt it was an obligation, that even as small children we were doing our duty. . . ."

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