Bethany Worship Center

Bethany Worship Center

 © 2018 • Palms 133

 © 2018 • Palms 133

Date Night with Jesus

Date Night with Jesus

Friday night prayer with Bethany Worship Center. Come experience God's love during this corporate prayer time. 

Friday night prayer with Bethany Worship Center. Come experience God's love during this corporate prayer time. 

Connect Groups 

Connect Groups 

Evangelism 

Evangelism 

Come be apart of relationships building where deeper bonds grow. We learn listen and pray this is a great environment for growth. You will be challenged to obey God, but rest a sure you  will be regularly prayed for and cared for

Come be apart of relationships building where deeper bonds grow. We learn listen and pray this is a great environment for growth. You will be challenged to obey God, but rest a sure you  will be regularly prayed for and cared for

Wonderful ministry as we speak into the lives of these beautiful people at Grand brook Home in Allen TX 

Wonderful ministry as we speak into the lives of these beautiful people at Grand brook Home in Allen TX 

Online Giving

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Our giving philosophy at BWC is built upon the simple premise that we

are most like God when we give. John 3:16 reminds us that “…God so

loved the world that He GAVE His only begotten Son…”

GIVING PHILOSOPHYFIRST FRUITS GIVING

(Proverbs 3:9-10) 9 “Honor the LORD with your possessions and with the

first fruits of all your increase; 10 So your barns will be filled with plenty,

and your vats will overflow with new wine.”

What are First Fruits?

First Fruits Giving can be traced back to the Old Testament and the Law of

First Things. In fact, we see the Law of First Things at work in the Garden

of Eden when God gave Adam and Eve stewardship over everything He

had created and then placed them in the Garden of Eden. However, they

were not allowed to eat of the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good

and evil. God had reserved that portion of what He had created exclusively

for Himself (Genesis 2:15-17). This helps us to develop disciplines.

Once we have learned to exercise discipline in an area we can more easily

apply the principles of discipline to other areas of our lives.

The Law of First Things can be found throughout the Old Testament; particularly

in God’s instructions to the nation of Israel during their Exodus

from Egypt and while they inhabited Canaan.

First Fruits offerings were established as a way for the Israelite’s to

prove and validate the position God held in their lives.

They were required to devote the first and best portion of everything

they possessed – crops, livestock, silver, gold, precious

stones, and even the spoils acquired from nations the Israelite’s

had conquered, etc – as an offering irrevocably dedicated to God.

In so doing, they gave God pre-eminence (first place) in their lives.

Today, we honor God with our First Fruits offering by bringing the first

10% of all our earnings. When we do so faithfully, we are acknowledging

God’s sovereignty over our lives and our resources. And His promise to us

is that He will bless and multiply everything that we set our hands to because

we have made Him FIRST in our lives (Malachi 3:8-12).

First Fruits giving is always an issue of Lordship over Lip Service,

“Why do you call Me, Lord, Lord, and do not [practice] what I tell

you?” (Luke 6:46)

Online Giving

Donate

Our giving philosophy at BWC is built upon the simple premise that we

are most like God when we give. John 3:16 reminds us that “…God so

loved the world that He GAVE His only begotten Son…”

GIVING PHILOSOPHYFIRST FRUITS GIVING

(Proverbs 3:9-10) 9 “Honor the LORD with your possessions and with the

first fruits of all your increase; 10 So your barns will be filled with plenty,

and your vats will overflow with new wine.”

What are First Fruits?

First Fruits Giving can be traced back to the Old Testament and the Law of

First Things. In fact, we see the Law of First Things at work in the Garden

of Eden when God gave Adam and Eve stewardship over everything He

had created and then placed them in the Garden of Eden. However, they

were not allowed to eat of the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good

and evil. God had reserved that portion of what He had created exclusively

for Himself (Genesis 2:15-17). This helps us to develop disciplines.

Once we have learned to exercise discipline in an area we can more easily

apply the principles of discipline to other areas of our lives.

The Law of First Things can be found throughout the Old Testament; particularly

in God’s instructions to the nation of Israel during their Exodus

from Egypt and while they inhabited Canaan.

First Fruits offerings were established as a way for the Israelite’s to

prove and validate the position God held in their lives.

They were required to devote the first and best portion of everything

they possessed – crops, livestock, silver, gold, precious

stones, and even the spoils acquired from nations the Israelite’s

had conquered, etc – as an offering irrevocably dedicated to God.

In so doing, they gave God pre-eminence (first place) in their lives.

Today, we honor God with our First Fruits offering by bringing the first

10% of all our earnings. When we do so faithfully, we are acknowledging

God’s sovereignty over our lives and our resources. And His promise to us

is that He will bless and multiply everything that we set our hands to because

we have made Him FIRST in our lives (Malachi 3:8-12).

First Fruits giving is always an issue of Lordship over Lip Service,

“Why do you call Me, Lord, Lord, and do not [practice] what I tell

you?” (Luke 6:46)