Signs of the Times

[From "Men Who Tithe," in the World's Work, Garden City, New York, July, 1924]

There are many men in business in America to-day who are consistent tithers; you find them among both Jews and Gentiles. ... These men will tell you unashamedly that it pays to tithe. "If it paid only in a financial way," one of these men explained to me, "tithing might not be so important. Almost any one can make money who makes up his mind to do it, and is willing to sacrifice for it. But it pays in a hundred other ways, in the feeling you get, for instance, that you're doing right, and that you've got right on your side." American business life is dotted with the romantic successes of men who believe in tithing.

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