Calling God a Liar
by Ronald W Robey

The preachers say, “God requires you to tithe your monetary income.” The Bible says that God’s #tithe is to be agricultural crops and livestock. (Lev. 27:30-33)

The preachers say, “God requires you to bring His tithe to your local church.” The Bible says that God’s tithe is to be obeyed only after crossing the Jordan River and entering in into the Promised Land. (Deut. 6:1-3; 12:1,10-11)

The preachers say, “God has given us the authority to take tithes from you.” The Bible says that tithes are to be given to physical descendants of the tribe of Levi in farming communities throughout the Promised Land. (Num. 18:24-26; Deut. 14:27; Neh. 10:37-38)

The preachers say, “You cannot tithe anywhere but at the House of God, the Church.” The Bible says that every third year the tithe is to be given to widows, orphans and foreigners in the Promised Land. (Deut. 14:28-29; Deut. 26:12)

It is very clear that you are not being taught the truth about the tithe, though the preachers claim they are teaching the truth. If you are believing these teachers of the monetary tithe requirement doctrine, you are not tithing what God said is to be tithed. Nor are you tithing to whom God said His tithe is to be given. Nor are you tithing where God said His tithe is to be given.

Actually, you are doing things the preacher’s way, since it is the preachers that have deceived you into believing that God requires you to tithe your monetary income, and into believing that they are the rightful recipient of the tithe.

God said in Leviticus 27:30-33 that His holy tithe is to come from agricultural increase.  When the preachers say that God’s tithe is monetary, they call God a liar.

You are following man’s perversion of the tithe, and not God’s word.

In the Bible, #tithes were never commanded for, carried to, collected in, or controlled by the New Testament Body of Believer’s commonly known as the Ekklesia.

God’s word is laid out for you to study. You have been deceived by ravening wolves disguised as men of God, and they are extorting your money, They are teaching a doctrine that is totally foreign to the pages of God’s holy word.

Matthew 15:9 But in vain they do worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men.

Extortion: The obtaining of property from another, with his consent, induced by wrongful use of actual or threatened force, violence, or fear, or under color of official right.