Warn Them!
by Ronald W Robey
(written December 10, 2016)
Venom: Most men forget to tithe. It is up to the women to remind their men to tithe their weekly checks to the Church.
Anti-Venom: Given the fact that the Bible says God’s holy tithe was restricted to agricultural crops and livestock from the Promised Land, (Lev. 27:30-33; Deut. 12:1,10-11) no one should be tithing their money.
Women should not be reminding their men to tithe. Instead, they should be warning them not to tithe. If they are not warned about the monetary tithe lie, they will bow to the preacher’s word and neglect God’s word.
Men, if your wives are telling you to tithe, you should warn them to not attempt to deceive you with the tithe lie.
On any given Sunday, there are Pastors who are handling the word of truth deceitfully, taking verses that pertain to a commandment for agricultural crops and livestock and preaching a commandment that is totally foreign to the word of God.
The pastor’s doctrine of a monetary tithe requirement allows them to effectively extort money from congregation members who reveal they are ignorant as to what God’s word says concerning God’s holy tithe.
The pattern of giving for the saved of God is not monetary tithing. It is a voluntary giving from the heart. (read Acts 4:32ff; 2 Cor. 9:6-7) No preacher should be dictating what you give. Nor should they be coercing you to give. God wants you to give out of love; not out of guilt or fear.
Church member, if your pastor is teaching that God requires church members to tithe their monetary income to the House of God, WARN THEM! Warn them that those who are liars will have their part in the lake of fire. If they will not hear you, then it is time to find a new Church…one that is built on the trusts spoken and written by the apostles and prophets; Jesus Christ being the Chief Cornerstone..
When you accept the preacher’s doctrine without looking to see if it is in God’s word, you are guilty of placing the preacher’s word as being more authoritative than God’s word.
That is idolatry.
Jeremiah 17:5 Thus saith the LORD; Cursed be the man that trusteth in man, and maketh flesh his arm, and whose heart departeth from the LORD.