Will God still bless me if I do not tithe?

Under the new covenant, there is no law demanding that Christians tithe at all, and that is because we receive all blessings today based on Jesus’ finished work and His finished work alone. However, Pastor Prince teaches his church to tithe in the same spirit that Abram did 400 years before the law was given at Mount Sinai. Abram tithed out of worship to the Lord (Gen. 14:18–20)—not because there was or wasn’t a law on tithing, nor out of fear of being cursed, or the belief that tithing will get God to bless him.

So today, we tithe not as a formula to be blessed but to proclaim how great Jesus is. We tithe to thank and worship Him for His love and finished work. When we tithe we are acknowledging that He is our source of provision and blessing. It is also important for you to know that today as believers, even if you are unable to tithe, God still loves you and you are still the righteousness of God in Christ Jesus.

Tithing therefore, is not an obligation but rather a privilege where we get to honor the Lord for all that He has done and is doing in our lives. For more teaching on this topic, do check out the following sermon by Pastor Prince: Ready For Solid Food [Pastor Prince begins teaching on tithing at 28:00].