Tolerant

The authority of truth is the very spirit that indwells . . .The revelations of divine truth are not sealed except by human ignorance, bigotry, and narrow minded intolerance.

Tell my children that I am not only tender of their feelings and patient with their frailties but I am also ruthless with sin and intolerant of iniquity. (Jesus)

I am indeed meek and humble in the Presence of my Father, but I am equally and relentlessly inexorable where there is deliberate evil doing And sinful rebellion against the will of My father in heaven (Jesus)

And so, the days of our corrupt leadership are numbered, but they will be the last to know.

Even so do you who knowingly reject the council of God appear outwardly to men as holy and righteous, but inwardly your hearts are filled with hypocrisy and iniquity.

Do we have the wisdom to recognize those around us who may fill such a description? Who are they? What are they doing? Outward appearances can be deceiving.

We are taught to be tolerant of everything and everyone. Do we unwittingly tolerate and encourage evil, sin, and iniquity? The Father doesn't. Neither did Jesus of Nazareth. The penalties of sin are inevitable; the destroying consequences of iniquity are inexorable. Who else will be innocently destroyed as unwitting bystanders when the harvest comes. Humankind is a family. The family suffers the sin of the individual and vice-a-versa.

Iniquity destroys the prayer connection.there ensues the loss of personal communion (with God) and when he Jesus) said, "Resist not evil," he later explained that he did not mean to condone sin or counsel fraternity with iniquity. And yet we do.

Faith is an effective armor against sin and iniquity. Iniquity is inherently suicidal. Are there any such suicidal behaviors in the world today? Iniquity is the willful, determined, and persistent transgression of the divine law, the Father's Will.

The Father's Will is the Father's Way. The Way of truth, beauty, goodness, and love.

Judeo-Christian