UNDERSTANDING THE TWO DIFFERENT WORDS WITH THE SAME MEANING. 

1. TENTH.   (NON REQUIRED)

tenth

/tɛnθ/

number

  1. 1.constituting number ten in a sequence; 10th.”the tenth century”

2. TITHE.     (REQUIRED)

tithe

/tʌɪð/

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noun

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

verb

  1. pay or give as a tithe.”he tithes 10 per cent of his income to the Church”
  2. Though the explaination is not accurate on tithes by Google but the fact is the difference can be spotted. 

TITHE IS LAW: Tithe is not a 10% of anything but of specific agriculture produce from the specific inherited land and by specific people on earth.

Leviticus 27:30-34

Deuteronomy 14:22

Malachi 3:7

TENTH IS NOT LAW….but a 10% of anything. This is what Abraham gave and the bible does not command anyone to do it not even Abraham himself.

TENTH does not mean TITHE it means 10% (10% of anything)

TITHE means TENTH (10% of Agriculture products) Leviticus 27:30-32

the difference is so slim and so confusing if you do not understand biblical language.

Bible is written and interpreted in human language but it needs understanding of it’s original language which is heavenly (Spiritual)

Both words mean 10%

TENTH (anything) not law.

TITHE (agriculture) law. 

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