Since there are no verses in the entire Bible that either command, or instruct, the saints of God in Christ Jesus to tithe their monetary income, I can say boldly and without reserve that monetary tithing
•Is A Pastors Decision.
• Is A Religious Doctrine.
•Is A Religious Directive.
• Is A Pastors Discipline
The Pastor has decided to reject the biblical text that tells him what God’s tithe is to consist of, (Leviticus 27:30-33)
and instead made a tithe that cannot be found anywhere in the word of God a religious doctrine
and so deceiving the members of his congregation into by directing them to tithe their monetary income to his religious institution.
In pronouncing curses upon those who do not tithe, the pastor is dispensing his discipline in their lives.  He is angry with them for not tithing their monetary income,… not God.  It is the pastor who is exercising a form of witchcraft when he bewitches the members of his congregation, convincing them that their blessings are based on their monetary tithe.
Pastors have invented the monetary tithe requirement and teach it to their members as if it is a God ordained directive.
It is not.
Pastors who teach that God’s tithe is monetary are not only guilty of handling the word of God deceitfully, but they are also guilty of fraud.
According to Black’s Law Dictionary, 8th Edition ©2004, the definition of FRAUD is as follows: “a knowing misrepresentation of the truth or concealment of a material fact to induce another to act to his or her detriment.””
Pastors know that there are only a handful of verses that speak about God’s commanded tithe. They know that the verses that do give the contents of the tithe reveal that those contents are agricultural.
Pastors know that Leviticus 27:30-33 states that God’s commanded tithe is agricultural, and that Deuteronomy 14:22-23 states emphatically that God’s tithe is to be eaten. They know it is food, not money.
Yet, they practice fraud by concealing the facts, in order to convince their congregation to part with ten percent of their monetary income on a regular basis.