Proverbial Wisdom and Admonishment
by Ronald W Robey

Proverbs 29:7 The righteous considereth the cause of the poor: but the wicked regardeth not to know it.

So many preachers and teachers of the monetary tithe requirement lie are guilty of ignoring the plight of the poor.
Through the tithing lie, preacher teach the poor that the way out of poverty is to submit ten percent of what little money they have into their kingdoms they call “church”.
And because many of the poor do not read their Bibles, they fall prey to these ravening wolves and their unjust taxation.
Friends and Brethren, I encourage you to be as the Berean’s of old. Don’t stop at receiving what the pastor is saying and take that for truth. Search the Scriptures to see if what you are being told is truth.
If it is not, it should be rejected.
The monetary tithe requirement doctrine is not truth. If you spent the next three years of your life writing down every single verse in your Bible from Genesis 1:1 to Revelation 22:21, you would discover that there are no verses in the entire text of the Bible that teach a monetary tithe requirement doctrine.
Pastor’s have handled the word of God deceitfully. God never commanded such a tithe. Nor did He ever authorizes such a doctrine to be taught in the local assemblies of His Body.
If you are in such a church, it is time to either
a) leave that den of thieves,
b) remove those teachers of the monetary tithe doctrine from their teaching and preaching positions. They are leading you away from truth, not to truth.
They are even guilty of teaching a false god. They teach a god that requires tithes of one’s monetary income, when the true God never required tithes of monetary income.
In Matthew 7:15, Jesus warned of false prophets who would seem to be legit men of God but are inwardly extortioners. It’s high time the Body of Believer’s took Jesus’ warning seriously.
Taking into account the wisdom found in Proverbs 29:7, it is safe to say that God would rather you give money directly to a poor person in the congregation than to the deceiver in the pulpit.