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Continuously In Prayer
2 Samuel 5:17-25 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
How many are simply satisfied with a single knock and give up? Do we not give-up too quickly? We should always pray and ask God about everything before we do it. How many of us act before we pray? We should always know that Gods knows our future and what's best, therefore we should always seek after His direction. God is a jealous god and demands no other idols before Him. A lot of times we assume what God will say and act on it before we ask. We know Gods nature and know that He is good but the one thing we do not know is His will. This is why we must pray and ask Him. With David and the battles between the Philistines the first was a true battle, a fight, but the second was simply to wait and watch. You'll never know what God wants unless you ask. With the prayer of Gideon he asked God to do two things and those things were answered. Two simple things that Gideon asked but when God proved Himself Gideon never doubted afterwards. With Gideon's battle God told him that he had too many people and sifted them down to 300 men and no swords. In the end, it took trumpets and lanterns to slay thousands of men. How did both of these men know what to do in order to win their battles? Prayer and obedience. Eph 6:18, there's things you want to see done but you've got to pray and obey. Just because it works for others and it's worked for you in the past doesn't mean that it's what God has planned for you to do. The affect to obeying God and being obedient to His word effects the rest of our future generations.
Preached by Tommy Boring on February 24, 2019 (Sunday Evening).
A Dead Dog From Lodebar
2 Samuel 4:4 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Man is lame without God. We are not able to do anything without God. We can't pull ourselves out of the sinful pit. Some people see God as a judgmental being. Just as the nurse in this scripture, we had someone that "nursed" us unto salvation. These nurses only care for the soul and nothing more and prayed for the salvation of it. Back in this time, a lame person couldn't work and had to fully depend on others for their care. Just in this time we have folks that are lame and are in need of care. We are quick to judge those that have fallen into tough times. A lot of people think the church is for the saints but it's actually a place of refuge. The last thing a person should think is that they'd be judged by those "church folks". As long a person is in the flesh there will always be a handicap. When people think of you a church goer, do they think they could be loved at your church? Did you know it's better to not make a vow than to make one and not keep it? Just as in this time, the king inquired of a person that he cared about, this still happens today. God the king of all things inquires of the dead dogs, sinners, of this world and invites them in. As Mephibosheth had nothing to offer the king but he bowed before the king. He responded properly to the king, have you? Mephibosheth had nothing at all but when he went before the king, the king gave him everything. When you respond to the calling of God the King, He will give you everything that's His. God loved us first. He wants to give you something that you can't even wrap your mind around. He is preparing a place just for you to live for eternity. All you have to do is accept His calling. Mephibosheth was lame but was feed by the goodness of the kings table continuously. We are just the same once we've been saved. Mephibosheth asked the king why he cared anything for him. Jesus loves us just as the king but can offer so much more.
Preached by Tommy Boring on June 17, 2018 (Sunday Morning).
We Don't Need A New Cart
2 Samuel 6:1-3 (Part of the Revival 2018 series).

We live in a time where people don't want to hear the name of the Lord. They want a feel good religion. According to the Word of God, the Word when it's presented it should cut away at the sin which is a painful action. If you can sit in the church house and the Word is presented and you feel alright, then there's something wrong. People don't want to bare up with the weight of God. They don't want to do the work that God has given them to do. People don't reverence God like they used to. The respect of God is lost in the newer generations.

Heb 4:12 the Word of God is needed as a discerner. We need more pulpits and less stages. We don't need to hear lies about how good we are, we need to hear of how we are but a sinner. You can pick up a bible at just about any place but folks don't want to read them. The attendance number doesn't make it a church.

2 Chron 7:14-15 worship can be done in silence. Praising is done with movement. We need a Word from God. If you get close to God it'll get to the point that you won't care what others think about you. Be careful of the services that you sit thru. If it takes material objects to make you move and the Word of God makes you simply sit, you've got it all wrong. The world is invading our churches all over.

Jer 6:16 we need to get it right. A pulpit, a man that's not afraid to preach it and call sin-sin, a congregation that won't compromise and call sin -sin. Seek out the old paths. We need to get to the root of the problem and get rid of it.

Preached by Thomas Vananda on June 5, 2018 (Revival).
Thank God I'm at the Table
2 Samuel 9:1-13 (Part of the Red Top Revival 2016 series).
In the beginning of time with Adam and Eve there was a great fall. Jesus came to lift us up from that great fall. It all started with kindness and mercy. God loves you and He comes for you. Lamentation 3:23 Mercy is not getting what we do deserve. Romans 5:6 Christ died for the ungodly, which is mercy. So who are all of us? Titus 3:3-5 We are foolish, disobedient, lustful, malice and envious, hateful. But God gave Himself for all of our sins. Not because of our works but because of His mercy. Mercy is always available but until it's yours it's nothing. The call has been, come to me. God doesn't care about your condition because He wants to pull you out of it. Mark 2:17 Are you sick of your sin, yourself, trouble, worry, of this life? God will reach into your life and give you what you need. No one ever comes strutting to Jesus. God is willing to give mercy. Christians should humble themselves always and more often. Psalm 24 Our King is good. He doesn't give to us because we are good, He give because He is good. God is the only one that can keep you. Once you're in with God, you're in for eternity. There is no limit to Gods forgiveness. When you're a Christian you can't do it all by yourself, you must work with other Christian believers. To be in the King's family is a privileged place. Romans 4:7 If all you ever had was Jesus, it's enough.
Preached by Anthony Morgan on June 27, 2016 (Revival).
The Cost of Serving Jesus
2 Samuel 24:24 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Anything of great value has a cost. Anything that we give to God it must be of great value. Are you giving God your first best or your second leftovers? Do you agree that everything you have came from God? God is looking for a commitment. But unless you realize that it's of great value, it will not be a commitment. The world wants a feel good message not a truthful message of rejection. Simply writing a check of high money is not of great value to God. You must love the things around you less than the love that you must have for Christ. God doesn't accept your second best. With Sunday being the first day of the week, it's the first therefore the best. If you don't love Jesus more than everything else in your life you better get on your knees. One can't be a disciple of Jesus if you only want to serve Him in part. If you think it's easy to serve God, you've been tricked. Jesus himself stated that if one decides to follow Him, they would be persecuted for His name. Are you giving God your all?
Preached by Tommy Boring on November 3, 2013 (Sunday Evening).
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