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The Perfect Love of God
1 John 4:11-21 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Gods love allows one to be awake each morning. People are scared of a lot of things. Torment is a type of fear. Being tormented is a case of worry and can cause lack of sleep. Some fears of life is being alone. If one was left alone for sometime they would begin to go crazy. The truth of life though is that You're never alone. God is always there and always will be. Our love as a human is not perfect but conditional. We love because of but God loves in spite of. We all have a fear of failure. The little voice in our head is always telling us we can't do something because we are not good at it. But with God all things done thru Him are perfect. 1 John 2:2; means that if we are walking with God that when we do fail He will take of it. Most everyone are afraid of death. The fear of death is something we have no control of and those things most fears. The perfect love of God casts out the fear of death. Once we die with Christ we will live forever with Christ. If death finds you while you're lost then an eternal Hell, fire and torment will be your forever home. What are you afraid of?
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on November 14, 2018 (Wednesday).
It Takes The Blood
1 John 1:7 (Part of the Communion Services series).
Without the shedding of blood there can never be a remission of sin. In the Old Testament it was a rule that no one was to drink blood. Blood is life. Folks want to be talked to nicely, encouraged, strengthened and uplifted when they walk into a church. The Old Testament was a dirty part of the bible that blood was given for sins. Many of animals were sacrificed time and time again as their blood poured out. When Adam and Eve sinned in the garden an animal had to be sacrificed for its skin to cover their nakedness. Cain and Abel brought their sacrifice before God but only Abel was accepted because it was blood and was his best. Noah sacrificed the clean animals just as soon as he walked out onto dry land because he knew they had sinned and also God saved them. Abraham obeyed God and took his son Izaak to be sacrificed. When God knew Abraham was serious he stopped his hand and gave him a ram to be the sacrifice. Moses was told that on a certain day he was to take a perfect lamb, sacrifice it and use its blood to mark those houses that are believers in order to avoid death. Solomon had a 100,000 lambs sacrificed for the dedication of the temple of God. Where is your sacrifice? God has warned us about sin and that something has to die for it to be removed. Then one night the shepards were told that a lamb was born and this spotless lamb would remove ALL the sins of the world forever more. We have the privilege to get on our hands and knees to pray to God just because Jesus was sacrificed for His blood. Before Jesus' ultimate sacrifice, we would not be allowed to do such a thing. Jesus Christ began His blood sacrifice in the garden for when He wept. He then was tortured and beat almost to death. Forced to carry a wooden cross thru town all the while being mocked and spat upon. He was then laid upon a cross and nailed to it and then stripped naked and rose to the sky for everyone to see. As the blood of His body drained out and He died, a soldier took his sword and pierced His side and blood and water flowed out. Once Christ was dead He took His own blood and presented it to His father as a worthy sacrifice for ALL.
Preached by Tommy Boring on June 2, 2018 (Communion).
This Then Is The Message (Part 2)
1 John 1:5-10 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
There is only one truth and if you miss it then your eternity will be spent in hell. If you've been born again than you can't be consumed by the darkness of the world. Three mistakes are usually made. The first is the lie of walking in the light but are lost and in darkness. If darkness rules in your life then you need to examine your life. Where and what is your greatest desire? If you've been born again and sin, then there is a pain that begins until we are forgiven for that sin. Mistake number two is saying we have no sin in our lives. Everyone is a sinner, we all sin whether we are lost or saved. The bible clearly states that we are all sinners and come short of the glory of God. The third mistake is if we say we haven't sinned then we make God a liar therefor the Word is not in us. It's often painful to ask for forgiveness but, if we confess our sins then God will forgive us.
Preached by Tommy Boring on December 11, 2016 (Sunday Evening).
This Then Is The Message (Part 1)
1 John 1:5-10 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
First and foremost, Jesus is the light. The first thing that was done in the beginning is that light was declared to overcome the darkness. What the world needs is Light. In this world we live in it with darkness surrounding us. Everyday when we look outside we see that the sun rises shedding light to beginning the beginning of a new day. We have different time zones because our lives revolve around the sun. In our lives we will all suffer a time of darkness but know that the light is just around the corner. The devil wants to tear you down and remove the victory that Christ has given you. As the children's song goes, if we hide our light under a bushel the light is still there, it's just a small flicker. Some have played with the light for too long and haven't share it with others. So how do you shed more light in a room filled with darkness? You lift up the light. Do you have the light in order to lift it up? Jesus is light and when Jesus is in your life it dispels all darkness.
Preached by Tommy Boring on December 11, 2016 (Sunday Morning).
Privileged Beyond... (Part 3)
1 John 3:1-2 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
We have been made His children. To understand that we must go back to know where we've come from. Have you ever thought about the love of God that would cause Him to love us? What does it mean to live without God? Think about how it would be to grow up with no parent that loved you. What if you were a child of an earthly king? Think about an orphan child and how they want to be loved. They do not want toys or other earthly wants. They simply want parents that love them like their own. Gal 4:4-5 Only thru the blood of Jesus Christ is how one can be adopted by God. A Jew lives for their birthright tying to make sure they can be traced back to Abraham. Your linage will not get you to heaven or make you any closer to God. Many orphans of this world can't wait to be out on their own but, they always have it in the back of their mind that they were never loved. Romans 8:14-15 The adoption paperwork once signed is sealed and can never be changed. Gal 4:7; Rom 8:17 Not only do we have the Spirit to prove to us but we are heirs. Have you even considered where you were when He came to you and asked you to become His child? What could be the reason that God would adopt us? What's your purpose? Why are you here? Phil 2:13-15 The purpose is that we are to bare much fruit for Christ. We are to shine in this dark time that we live in. We've been called out from amongst the darkness and into the light.
Preached by Tommy Boring on November 6, 2016 (Sunday Morning).
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