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Revive Our Hearts: The Sin of Tolerance--Revelation: Thyatira
As Nancy explores Jesus’ letter to the church in Thyatira, she warns us of the danger of compromising both sound doctrine and holy living. Plus, she reminds us that as believers, God calls us to be separate from the world and helps us grapple with what it means to engage the culture but live in a way that brings glory to Him.


Tolerance in the Bible - a Christian perspective
Paul tells us to treat each other with tolerance. This doesn't mean a wishy-washy stance on their morality, but rather treating each other with kindness, patience, humility and love.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - Our 'Many Flavors' God - #9183 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
My friend turned me loose after hours one night in the store he owns. It’s a Baskin-Robbins ice cream store with all those flavors—lots of flavors. That’s actually how God feels. ... I’m Ron Hutchcraft, and you can tell that just by looking at us…God likes variety in the people He’s created. He’s made many flavors—a rainbow of colors. You know the song’s right, “Red and yellow, black and white, they are precious in His sight.”


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Putting On Your Glasses, Getting On Your Knees - #4947
Faithful praying over a situation will give you a clear vision of who those folks around you are, too. "They are your servants and your people whom you redeemed." Nehemiah prayed. The believers around you are not your competitors or your problems. They're God's people purchased with the blood of God's Son. You'll treat them differently if you get God's glasses and remember who they are. That happens while you pray.


Why do you believe in moral absolutes? - Faith Facts
The idea of NO absolutes is often expressed today with the word tolerance. Tolerance, in today's usage, proposes that all ideas are morally equivalent—that truth is relative. The Bible makes it very clear that God sets moral laws—the standards of right and wrong. Read more....