You’re Inviting a Curse
by Ronald W Robey
(written May 23, 2021)

Instead of tithing, which was a requirement under the Law of Moses, God wants Christians to give out of a heart of love, choosing for themselves what they want to give, and not forced by Law to give a specific percentage.

Attempting to obey the biblical command to tithe, which again is a requirement of the Mosaic Law, but not following all the guidelines that govern tithing, merits a curse, not favor.

Galatians 3:10 For as many as are of the works of the law are under the curse: for it is written, Cursed is every one that continueth not in all things which are written in the book of the law to do them.

If you are trying to obey the biblical command to tithe, but are not tithing agriculture, you are inviting a curse upon yourself. Because God said His tithe is to be agriculture and agricultural food by-products.

If you are trying to obey the biblical command to tithe, but are not taking the tithe to Jerusalem, you are inviting a curse upon yourself. Because God said the congregation is to take their tithes to Jerusalem.

If you are trying to obey the biblical command to tithe, but are not giving the tithe to a bloodline descendant of the biblical patriarch Levi, you are inviting a curse upon yourself. Because God said tithes are to be given to Levites.

If you are trying to obey the biblical command to tithe and are taking the tithe to the House of God but you are not a Levite, you are inviting a curse upon yourself. Because God said only Levites are to tithe to the House of God.


Traditions of the church, specifically the monetary tithe requirement doctrine have made the word of God of none effect in the church. People worship God in vain, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men.