They Robbed My Tithe!
In what way have we robbed You?
“Will a man rob God? Yet you have robbed Me! But you say, ‘In what way have we robbed You?’ In tithes and offerings. You are cursed with a curse, for you have robbed Me, even this whole nation.” (Malachi 3:8-9)
When people place their tithes and offerings on the altar, curses and everything else that’s blocked their growth are removed from their lives – disease, injustice, a lack of opportunity, unexplained losses, and so much more.
It’s as if the Altar takes a hold of that person’s life and guarantees that what is written in the Word of God will come true.
If an official of the Church, or anyone else, takes what a person has placed on the Altar, all the curses that this obedient person was freed from will come to them. This means that the person who gives their tithes or offerings will be blessed, but whoever robs it will bring a curse on their lives.
This person may explain that they sent it someone in need or did it to guarantee their future, but in fact, they are only sending or guaranteeing a curse.
Read about what happened to Gehazi in 2 Kings 5:20-22.
We shouldn’t believe everyone’s story, because we can never know all the facts. Be careful when someone talks about their indignation with or revolt about the Work of God, even when they have good reason. Who knows if those things are rooted in a curse?
Each of us should worry about our own lives!
Bishop Edir Macedo