What Does the Bible Say about Tax Policy

“However, if an ox used to eat and its owner was warned, but he did not restrict it and killed a man or woman, the ox is stoned and its owner is also killed.” (Exodus 21:29) As believers, we must strive to live as sheep who follow the shepherd. Sheep are generous and give their most important product every year – their wool. They are sheared almost naked year after year and simply give and transmit. In fact, their whole life is a life of bestowal until they are finally sacrificed and consumed, as Jesus was. I think that`s why he calls us sheep. He wants us to be generous with what He offers. This is what the Lord God showed me: Behold, he formed grasshoppers when this last growth was just beginning to germinate, and behold, it was the last growth after the king`s mowing. So let us know what you think. Is it legal to pay taxes to Caesar or not? The reason I`m talking about it is this: it shows how important this Bible study is! Congress has become largely misleading due to biblically ill-informed and deviant tax policy! Our unbiblically founded and ill-informed tax policy has come home! God help us! May God help us to implement these principles from your Word! His government does not demand a penny from its inhabitants.

This is because He can do much more with us than we can with ourselves. He will use all the gifts, abilities, and resources we give Him for His greater glory and good. Notice that this is not how God taxed Israel; The righteous God of Israel demanded that everyone pay 10% from above, without allowing adjustments, no matter what they deserved. What this means in America is this: Currently, the 48 percent of low-income Americans pay only two percent of the country`s total income tax. When the government rationalizes these policies as compassionate, it essentially becomes unfair to the citizens it serves. (The manifestation of compassion is a concept applicable to individuals, churches, businesses, and families, but not to governments.) Luke 20:19-26 “When the scribes and high priests realized that Jesus had told this parable about them, they wanted to stop him immediately, but they were afraid of the crowd. So they watched him closely and sent spies posing as honest men to catch him in what he would say. They wanted to put him under the jurisdiction of the governor, so they asked him, “Master, we know that you are right in what you say and teach, and that you do not favor an individual, but teach the way of God honestly. Is it legal for us to pay taxes to Caesar or not? But he recognized their cunning and replied, “Show me a penny. What face and name does it have? “Caesar,” they replied.

Then he said to them, “Then give back to the emperor the things that belong to the emperor, and to God what God is.” So they couldn`t catch him in front of people in what he was saying. Astonished by his answer, they fell silent. Without taking the place in an already long Bible study, the purpose of this passage is that health is part of the being of a born-again individual (both passages are written to believers); The individuals (in our case, the officials) who came to Christ are inhabited by the Holy Spirit. What the Bible says here is that every believer receives the gift of a healthy mind, or rather, a sound judgment: other parts of the Bible focus on taxes and tax collectors. Since Matthew, the tax collector mentioned above, understood how despised this group was, his contributions to the Scriptures are devastating. One of the sweetest efforts follows Matthew 9:10: “While Jesus was having dinner at Matthew`s, many tax collectors and outcasts came and joined Jesus and his disciples at the table. Some Pharisees saw this and asked His disciples, “Why does your master eat with such people?” Jesus heard them and replied, “I did not come to name respectable people, but outcasts.” So let us know what you think. Is it legal to pay taxes to Caesar or not? But Jesus, aware of their wickedness, said, “Why are you, hypocrites, to the test of me?” Show me the coin for the tax. And they brought him a penny. And Jesus said to them, “Who is it?” They said, “Caesar.” Then he said to them, “Give Caesar what belongs to Caesar and to God what belongs to God.” The customs officers were also baptized and said, “Master, what should we do?” And he said, “Don`t collect more than you`re allowed to do.” For he is God`s servant for your good. But if you hurt, be afraid, for he does not carry the sword in vain. For he is the servant of God, an avenger who is angry with God over the evildoer. There are at least five basic biblical principles that public servants must incorporate into viable tax policies to ensure they succeed, but more importantly, that they please God.