The Monetary Tithe Requirement Doctrine: The Enemy of Holiness
by Ronald W Robey
(written December 08, 2020)

1 Thessalonians 4:7 For God hath not called us unto uncleanness, but unto holiness.

It is impossible for a pastor that is walking in holiness to teach the monetary tithe requirment doctrine.
Once he begins to teach the monetary tithe requirement doctrine, he has departed from holiness and is walking a dark path of destruction.

It is nothing short of deception for a church fellowship to have the word “Holiness” in their name if their leadership teaches the monetary tithe requirement doctrine and the congregation walks according to that doctrine.

The monetary tithe requirement doctrine being taught in many so-called “Holiness” church pulpits today contradicts

a) what the Bible says God’s commanded tithe is (agriculture and agricultural food by-products; see Leviticus 27:30,32; Deuteronomy 12:17; 14:22-23,26; 2 Chronicles 31:6; Nehemiah 10:37; 12:44; 13:5,12; Malachi 3:10; Matthew 23:23; Luke 11:42)

b) who the Bible says God commanded to tithe (Israelites; see Leviticus 27:30-34; Numbers 18:21-26; Nehemiah 10:29,37-38)

c) to whom the Bible says that God’s commanded tithe is to be given (the Levitic tribe; women who have lost their husbands to death; children who have lost their fathers to death; and foreigners visiting the city; see Numbers 18:21; Deuteronomy 14:27-29; 26:12-17)

d) the land in which the Bible says God’s commanded tithe is to be observed (Canaan; see Deuteronomy 12:10-11)

e) where the Bible says God’s commanded tithe is to be taken (Jerusalem; see Deuteronomy 12:10-11; 2 Chronicles 6:5-6)

The monetary tithe requirement doctrine is therefore a lie and should have no part in the life of a person who truly aspires to walk in holiness.