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Perhaps church could “Let go and let God.”

Human control isn’t what it’s cracked up to be. By letting go of worship services and letting God, Himself, control and personally direct them, church can move into a supernatural dimension. Jesus wants to use you, and all of His … Continue reading

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Do You Have The Tolerance To Step Outside The Humanistic World View & Watch An Amazing New Movie With A Spiritual World View?

In a society where the majority of people pray, but Hollywood movies almost never show anyone praying, Do You Believe? connects with the real world of conscience, meaning, and spirituality that most people grapple with at some points in their life.  For … Continue reading

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Why do so many people who self-righteously proclaim themselves to be “tolerant” randomly condemn people (and things) to Hell by throwing around the word “damn”?

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It is unreasonable to expect everybody to agree with what we believe, say, and do. However, life works better if we show love rather than hostility to those who disagree with us.

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Do Those Who Boast The Most About “Tolerance” Judge?

Nowadays many of the people who boast the most about their tolerance, harshly judge the Book that has inspired the best and most compassionate aspects of Western civilization and harshly judge the people who believe the moral truths taught in … Continue reading

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Tolerance For God? Or Fire Of God?

What does this Bible verse (Hebrews 12:29) mean? “For our God is a consuming fire.” Perhaps this:  Unless there is a fire in your heart consuming self-focus and releasing a continual, all-consuming craving for Christ, you’ve stopped short of finding … Continue reading

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Everybody disagrees with somebody about something and a free society allows for diversity of opinions without trying to silence disagreement.

Everybody disagrees with somebody about something and a free society allows for diversity of opinions without trying to silence disagreement.

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