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Looking at John's message to the churches concerning obedient belief and love as well as his warning to the believers concerning the traveling false teachers. Also, we look at what substitute gospels false teachers bring to us today.
What exactly are personal convictions? Is setting aside a personal conviction for another person's sensibilities a right thing to do? What exactly is the "chain of command" when it comes to personal convictions? If you choose to follow your conviction, what then~are you choosing to resist God or resist man? Pastor Chuck gives some tools to understand the chain of authority and responsibility in a believer's life, and examples from both the Old and New Testament of saints who dealt exactly with these questions.
What is intolerance? Not, what does the world think it is, but what is it really? Today, we talk about this question and why believing that Jesus Christ is the only way to heaven is simply not intolerant.
A study of the Book of Revelation exploring the end of the world and the only thing that can save it.
In today’s message, we consider the theme of Tolerance. Jesus confronts the church in Thyatria for tolerating sin in her midst, and if it continues on, He speaks strong words of judgment. How serious are we about dealing with sin? Do we tolerate sin in our lives? In people we love? In our church? As Christians, how do we live in a culture that makes religious tolerance a virtue above all else?
Can the multitude of denominations, religions, cultural mores and branches of paganism truely coexist in our modern society? The thought of coexistence is nothing new. Satan has attempted to cause Christians to compromise their firm stance on Biblical truth in the name of tolerance, since the first century. Jesus gave a stern warning to the church in Thyatira that such attempts would result in sickness and even death for those who refused to return to the Way, the Truth and the Life found only by God's grace through faith in His Son, Jesus Christ.
Rev. Tony Holifield
Dr. Steve Pulliam
Love your neighbor as yourself. But who is your neighbor? Anyone—including those of different faiths, politics and sexual preferences.