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2 Cor 9: 7 Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver.


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:Through years of growth in the ministry, people have latched on to words that there Reverend, Pastor, Clergy, has told them about tithing. Malicah 3:10;is the #1 verse used to prospers the tithe giving. Through many years of believing that giving a tenth of my gross earnings to the church. God gave me a revelation in my spirit, to look at the first chapter of Malicah. I started to read from the first to the last chapter of the book. By reading through the whole book of Malicah, God opened my eyes to a big surprise. This book has been translated to me for years falsely, if I don't pay my tithes, I will be curse with a curse. God revealed to me when you read from the first chapter, Mal;1-6  O Priest. Then, I read through to Malicah 2;1, that said, and now O Ye priest, this is a commandment for you.......I kept reading on to Malicah 3, God gave me another revelation. Malicah 3;8-9, Will a man rob God? Yet ye have robbed me. But ye say, Wherein have we robbed thee? In tithes and offerings. 9: Ye are cursed with a curse: for ye have robbed me, even this whole nation. I'm going to break this whole book down were everyone can understand. Malicah was writing to the levitical priesthood. God sent them a message, through Malicah. The levitical priest was taking the widows, fatherless and the poor people portions and using it in a corrupt manners, and not giving the people there portion. When God told them you have robbed me even this whole nation, he was talking about the priest, they were using the peoples portion for there own corrupt use, and they corrupt the alters, with begging and disrespect.