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Long Suffering But Not Ever Suffering
2 Peter 3:3-10 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
God only promised one opportunity to be saved, only one time will He invite you. We should be thankful for the chastening that God does to us. The chastening indicates that He loves us and wants what's best for us in His image. God shows us patience over and over and yet He doesn't have to. There are times we as Christians choose to go against what God has told us to do. During those times of disobedience God is longsuffering to us. At times we seem to think that if we can't see Him then we won't get caught, just the same as a child acts away from their parents. But God is all knowing and can see everywhere and everything. During those times of disobedience there will come a time where Gods longsuffering will come to an end and He will draw a line in the sand. He will show up when you're least expecting Him and place a stopping point. If you choose to step over the line that He has drawn then you've forced Him to remove the problem. Just as a disobedient child and a loving parent. The child will be warned to obey but there will come a time when the child disobeys to the point that the parent must intervene and remove the child's pleasures. If you're a child of a God and are living in disobedience, it's no surprise when He deals with you. God is raising children and He is trying to grow us into His likeness. If you're walking thru your Christian life and you know God is chastening you, count it a blessing because you're one of His. Gods patiences does and will run out. Don't push Him till His patiences runs out on you.
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on March 7, 2018 (Wednesday).
Are You Doing Your Best? (Part 5)
2 Peter 3:11-18 (Part of the 2 Peter 3 series).
One can compare themselves to others, preachers, friends and family. Can you honestly say that you're doing your best for God? Do you believe the word of God? Almost all church members say they believe the word of God. The scripture says that whatever you do, do it the best that you can do. We mostly put more effort into worldly items. God's Word clearly says that we can do all things through Him, so why do we keep making excuses as to why we can't do something for Him? People attend church for various reasons, one is because it's just something one does on Sunday's. But God knows why you attended and where your heart is during the service. 1 Cor 2:4; Col 6:4, if you know God is coming back how should your conversations be? Just thinking back in the past week, was your actions, words and willingness of God? There are many people that really work but they work for the check. They never do their very best, just enough to get the paycheck. What type of person should you be knowing that God is coming back? The answer is the very best you can be. The problem is that you don't want to "pay" to do your best. All around us we have people that are addicted to this world in one way or another. Just getting by for Christ will not persuade a persons addiction. But not only that, if you don't give your best, you've made a choice to sin. Is it ok for the preacher to live any way they'd want to live? Why? God expects just as much from a church member as He does a preacher.
Preached by Tommy Boring on February 14, 2016 (Sunday Morning).
God's Second Coming (Part 4)
2 Peter 3:10 (Part of the 2 Peter 3 series).
God has it all under control. What the Word of God says it means. There is not meant to be any confusion. The day of the Lord will be unexpected. The day of the Lord begins with the rapture. Jesus is coming soon and it will be unannounced & unexpected. The second coming is unstoppable, it will be destruction to everything we know and is judgement. Our day is now, today is the day of salvation.
Preached by Tommy Boring on February 7, 2016 (Sunday Evening).
The Measurement of Being Slack (Part 3)
2 Peter 3:8-12 (Part of the 2 Peter 3 series).
God is not slack concerning His promises. Some may think as so based on what they've seen or experienced. God has given all a book full of His promises to which some of those have been fulfilled. If we really believed that God is coming back, would we not get prepared? So is He slack or not? So why hasn't God come back? God is long-suffering. What is long-suffering? Long suffering is the act of loving beyond measure. Just as in Genesis, God declare an end to the people's evilness. God could have built an ark, He could have filled the ark full of animals and He could have ended the earth and started over with nothing but new. The reason God has not returned is because some of you are still lost and He loves you. God is not willing that any person should perish but that all would come to repentance.
Preached by Tommy Boring on January 31, 2016 (Sunday Morning).
God's Watch and Our Time (Part 2)
2 Peter 3:8 (Part of the 2 Peter 3 series).
Last Sunday we read about scoffers, those that mock God. One of the things they mock is God's second coming. God established the days in Genesis with one day being from sunrise to sunset. However God knows no time because God's time is His time. Time was created for us to make sense of our surroundings. The one reason that God hasn't come back is because He's wanting those that are lost to be saved. God could come back at anytime to declare that time is no more. Back in the year 1999 there were many people in panic mode thinking it was going to be the end of the world. No man knows when God will come back. There is nothing to say that God will not bring America back to its knees. Times are no different because God has been around since the beginning. He's brought countries back from wickedness and has also removed countries for being wicked. Time to God is not important like it is to us. God is timeless and is not bound to time. If God was to wait another thousand years before He came back it wouldn't be a bad thing, but a good. That means more souls have been given an opportunity to be saved. We all have a timeline here on earth, but when we come to our expiration date, we will go to a place that has no timeframe. Whether you go to heaven or you go to hell, you will either live forever with God or die in torments forever.
Preached by Tommy Boring on January 24, 2016 (Sunday Evening).
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