| Mormon Cult leaders constantly stress that members must pay their tithing. Mormons are not given suggestions to pay tithing, they are commanded to.
Lynn G. Robbins, another mouthpiece for the Cult recently said:
“If the Lord expects even the poorest widow to pay her mite, where does that leave all others who find that it is not convenient or easy to sacrifice?”
If a Mormon is in need, and goes to his Bishop for help, his Bishop will first demand that he pay up:
“One of the first things a bishop must do to help the needy is ask them to pay their tithing. Like the widow, if a destitute family is faced with the decision of paying their tithing or eating, they should pay their tithing.”
Everyone in Mormonism must pay. PAY PAY PAY PAY PAY. Pay up.
Who needs God and guidance the most? The poor. The destitute. The downtrodden.
What does Mormonism say should be taught to these poor people?
“No bishop, no missionary should ever hesitate or lack the faith to teach the law of tithing to the poor. The sentiment of "They can't afford to" needs to be replaced with "They can't afford not to."”
Mormonism is all about Money. Pay up. Pay some more. And if you lose your job and have to choose between buying food or paying the Cult? You must pay the Cult.
In Mormonism, in order to receive help from the Cult, you have to pay the Cult. If you have not paid the Cult, then you will not receive help from them. And in turn, any money you pay the Cult will never be on a balance sheet. Members will never see where the money goes, ever.
See his disgusting money talk here: