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TOLERANCE DANGER

TOLERANCE of sin left unchecked and not handled with TRUTH is basically ACCEPTANCE. Once we "accept" things that God's Word calls an ABOMINATION in the name of love and tolerance...we are compromising Scripture rather than standing with character on something God hasn't changed His mind on. Btw, forgiveness is not synonymous with tolerance. God loves the sinner, but He does NOT tolerate the sin (1John 1:5-10).


JESUS even went deeper with the seven (7) churches of Revelation in Chapter 2 saying, "you've done some wonderful things, but I have "THIS" against you." He didn't tolerate sin, but He exposed it. Let me ask, "what is it about you that you need to change in order to operate in the perfect will of God?" I'm hoping this post inspires you to REPENT and aligns you to life's only constant who will never fail you - JESUS. I speak LIFE over you and declare that the scales of sin on your soul will melt like wax in JESUS name!


In conclusion, we are called to love one another, but we are NOT called to tolerate sin. God hates sin. God hates pride and He's the author of the rainbow. Stand strong with your family/friends and be an inspirational example (even if you have to stand alone). Don't send "mix signals" to your children/grandchildren which will further confuse them, but let them and those around you see the person of conviction that you are. We live for the approval and acceptance of God; not people. As God's Word says in Joshua 1:9, "Be strong and courageous and do not be afraid. Do not be discouraged because I will be with you wherever you go."  If you put your trust in God and not man...He will show you ALL His blessings in this lifetime or the next. Furthermore, include this to your arsenal in Daniel 12:3 - "Those who are wise will shine as bright as the sky, and those who lead many to righteousness will shine like the stars forever." @PastorHeryAlonso #RiseHigher #LetYourLightShine #StandStrong #RiseUpOutreachChurch

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