November 2021


The Great Omission
by Ronald W Robey
(written November 19, 2020)

While the Great Commission is being observed by many faithful Christian missionaries all over the world, the Great Omission is being preached in religious institutions all over the world.

Whenever you hear a pastor begin to preach a monetary tithe requirement sermon, you can be sure of one thing…

…that pastor is preaching the great omission.

Pastors will tell you that “God requires tithes.” But they omit the fact that God only required the children of Israel and the Levitic tribe to tithe. (Leviticus 27:30-34)

Pastors also omit the fact that the psalmist said that the commands that God gave to Israel were not given to any other nation. (Psalms 147:19-20)

Pastors will tell you that God said to bring all the tithes into the storehouse, but they omit the fact that the tithes God was speaking of were to be agricultural. (Leviticus 27:30,32)

Pastors also omit the fact that the storehouse that God was referring to was in Jerusalem. (1 Kings 6:1-7)

Pastors also omit the fact that God was speaking to the Levite Priests of Israel and not the congregation when He said to bring all the tithes into the storehouse. (Malachi 1:1, 6-7; 2:1)

Bringing us to their next omission…

…Pastors omit the fact that God said the congregation was forbidden to even go near the House of God with their tithes under penalty of death. (Numbers 18:21-22; Nehemiah 10:29,37-38)

Pastors also omit the fact that it is only the tithe of the tithe, (10% of 10%) that God requires to be taken to the House of God. (Nehemiah 10:29,37-38)

Pastors also omit the fact that God only commanded the Levitic tribe to tithe to the House of God. (Numbers 18:21-22; Nehemiah 10:29,37-38)

Pastors also omit the fact that the tithe required of the congregation was not the property of the House of God, but rather the inheritance of the tribe of Levi. (Numbers 18:21-26)

Pastors will say that God requires man to tithe. Yet they omit the fact that those that God commanded to tithe were also told that the place to take their tithe is somewhere in the land of Canaan. (Deuteronomy 12:10-11)

Yes, monetary tithe requirement sermons are the great omission, for the pastors that preach it omit the majority of what God said in His word concerning His commanded tithe and interject their own opinions that contradict the word of God into the majority of their sermon.

Does your Pastor teach tithing in your church assembly? If so, how many of the above biblical truths about God’s commanded tithe is he omitting?

Free Indeed
by Ronald W Robey
(written November 11, 2021)

Jesus Christ once said concerning those who are the servants of sin,, “If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.” (see John 8:34-36)

Jesus Christ also said in the same Book and Chapter, “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” (John 8:32)

Notice that Jesus said, “MAKE you free,” and not, “set you free.” There is a difference. Allow me to explain the difference…

After professing faith in Christ in 1979 and joining myself to a local church body, I heard the doctrine preached and taught that God required me to give Him 10% of my money.

It was not until 1988 that I sat down and actually studied all the Scriptures on tithing in the Bible for myself, that I learned that God never commanded monetary tithes from anyone. His commanded tithe was to be agriculture and was only required of the children of Israel. (see Leviticus 27:30-34)

It was at that moment that I was made free…not set free…from the bondage that the monetary tithe requirement teaching pastor had me in. Had I just been set free, I might have been deceived by the crafty words of a teacher of the monetary tithe requirement lie and begun yielding to the lie all over again.

But since the biblical text MADE me free, I can never be tricked into believing the lie of the monetary tithe requirement ever again.

Romans 6:16 Know ye not, that to whom ye yield yourselves servants to obey, his servants ye are to whom ye obey; whether of sin unto death, or of obedience unto righteousness?

I believe the Son can make those who are servants to sin free indeed. I also believe that the Bible can make those who are servants of the monetary tithe requirement teaching pastor free indeed.

Thy Kingdom Come
by Ronald W Robey
(written November 09, 2021)

When teaching the apostles how to pray, Jesus said in Matthew 6:10, “Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done in Earth as [it is] in Heaven.”

Notice Jesus said, “Thy Kingdom come.” This tells us God’s Kingdom is not on Earth, but prayers should be such that God’s Kingdom comes to the Earth.

This begs the question…

How can your monetary tithe be “financing God’s Kingdom” when God’s Kingdom isn’t even here yet?

The truth is, it isn’t financing God’s Kingdom at all. It’s financing a corrupt religious system. God’s Kingdom will not see one iota of that money that pastors, through deceit, have convinced you is “financing God’s Kingdom.”

God never commanded anyone in the Bible to give Him monetary tithes. (much less to finance His Kingdom through monetary tithes) So, yes, if you are yielding to the monetary tithe requirement lie…

…you are financing a corrupt religious system, not God’s Kingdom.

Even if God’s Kingdom were on this Earth today, God is not in a lie. Nor is His Kingdom financed by lies. The kingdom that is financed through lies will one day fall when God’s Kingdom does come to this Earth.

If your pastor is calling for monetary tithes in order to “finance God’s Kingdom on Earth”…

…run!!

He is wanting that money for his own corrupt empire, not for God’s Kingdom.