March 29, 2013
I started listening to Wommack on radio more than 30 years ago, and for quite a while I took advantage of his offer to receive three free cassette tapes of his teachings for free. He didn't even charge postage. He never, not once, requested money. Others have had the same experience. Now his teachings are all available for free listening and downloading on the Internet. Andrew Wommack does not have the weakness of wanting money for himself or of feeling he has to try to get it for his ministry. He's the only Bible teacher I ever heard say that although tithing is good--for you and for the kingdom of God--God loves you just as much if you don't tithe, and healing, etc., are available to you based on your faith, not your tithing, and that you shouldn't give money unless you can do it cheerfully because, as the Bible says, "God loves a cheerful giver." He advises to meditate on the Scriptures about giving until you have the faith to give in faith, and then to pray about where to give it. He is free of the "love of money" and of the desperation to get money for his ministry. This makes his ministry very powerful.
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