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Do You Believe In God?
John 3:1-22 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
In this story we see that Jesus knew the condition of Nicodemus’ heart. He knew what was going to happen and how it was going to end. Nicodemus knew God but he didn’t believe on Jesus. This happens in todays time all over. Many of people know there is a god and will boldly claim they know god or even Jesus. But they don’t know them thru a personal relationship of salvation. The spirit has to be manifest in you. You can’t be born again unless you’ve been called by the spirit of God. When Jesus for you to be saved, you will more than likely remember the time and quit possibly the place. Also in most times, you will not know when it’s coming and you won’t know when it will leave. It’s just like the breeze that blows. You can’t see it and you don’t know where it comes from. Sometimes the spirit of God has to challenge us. It has to do this because it keeps us in check. There are preachers standing in pulpits trying their best to show you who the Son of God is and yet people sit and will not know. God loved us so much that He sent His only son to this world. He wasn’t sent to condemn the world. Those that don’t believe condemn themselves. All we would have to do is to believe in Him. Why don’t people want to believe in Jesus? Because it’s natural for people to love evil. People do things usually because they want something in return, greed. It’s easy to say and to think there is a god. It’s easy to say that you’re a good person. If God is all loving then He won’t send you to Hell. If you’re one of those that says that, then your deeds are evil and you can’t admit that they are. If you choose that at the time of your death then you have made your own decision to live in Hell for eternity. Christ came and died for you because He loves you. God made a way of escape and you must choose it in order to go to Heaven. Salvation is a personal thing. The day that He convicts you of your sins, it becomes personal. He comes to you and speaks to you. You may have attended church all your life and never seen Jesus as being lifted up. This might be your time, it might be that Jesus is calling your name.
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on September 29, 2019 (Sunday Evening).
Yours & Gods'
John 6:1-13 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
God is in control of everything. The body we live in has always been selfish. It wants all the time and usually wants it now. Everything that God gives is always good. 1 Cor 4 What do you have that you didn’t receive? Your health was given to you by someone. Those things that are given can also be taken away. When we leave this world we will not take anything with us. Nothing but the soul. Our nature needs to be reminded that we don’t own anything. The Bible teaches us how to give. Our tithing should be 10% but we get to keep the other 90. Most can’t even do that much due to the selfish flesh. God GAVE His ONLY son to us when we didn’t even deserve Him. Money, did you know that Jesus didn’t have money? God isn’t trying to raise money. Tithing is about becoming obedient and your willingness to give with a caring heart. Are you willing to give God your lunch? This young boy was willing to just hand over his lunch to these strangers. Prosperity will NOT make you happy. Those that preach it are preaching a false doctrine. God will check you every now and then about your willingness to do for Him. You’ve got to understand that everything we have came from God and if He wants it, He’ll take it. It’s best to just do what He tells you to do. If God can’t trust you with one thing why would you think He would bless you with two? We don’t have anything that can be labeled as ours. It’s all Gods. Nobody has anything that God didn’t give them. God can take those things back at anytime because it His.
Preached by Tommy Boring on June 5, 2019 (Wednesday).
Has Jesus Dealt With You?
John 4:1-30 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Jesus loves the sinner. In this story we find that Jesus walked a lengthy journey just to sit and wait on a particular woman in order to save her. The Jews and the Samaritans did not like each other and separated themselves from each other. John 6:44 Jesus went to the well for a purpose. It wasn’t to get water but to deal with the woman that would come to the well. Don’t excuse yourself from Jesus when He deals with you. First things first, the woman had questions. Jesus knows we all have questions. God doesn’t mind that we have questions. What He doesn’t like it disobedience, unbelief. Jesus began to deal with her sins. You can’t get to Jesus until your sins are dealt with. Jesus wants a clean vessel. God knows the truth and knows our hearts. In this story the woman stated she didn’t have a husband which could mean a multitude of things. Widowed, unmarried, etc... But Jesus knew the truth is that she had 5 and the one she was with currently isn’t her husband either. At that moment Jesus began to deal with her conscience therefore her conscience began to deal with her. Jesus knows all of our faults. After the sins were dealt with He then began to deal with her confusion. Those of us that have been churched have a great advantage over those that have not. Now this woman perceived Jesus as being a prophet because He knew her sins. She stated that the Jews believed one way but the Samaritans believed another but she didn’t know which was right. So, Jesus cleared it up for her to understand in her own way. When God begins to speak to you, He will do it in a way that you WILL know who He is. He will begin to deal with you in a way that only you will know, in a personal way. He will address your questions, sins, confusion and then you, your soul. In the end, it’s a decision that you must make for yourself whether you’ll believe Him or not.
Preached by Tommy Boring on June 2, 2019 (Sunday Morning).
Through The Eyes Of A Blind Man
John 9:1-41 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
There are many that find that the only way to Heaven is Jesus. Many of cults and religions find it offensive that there is but only one way. Now the story of the blind man has several points but we will focus on just two. The church didn't know this blind man that lived in their own community. The first thing they did was to challenge who Jesus was saying the He wasn't of God. Jesus Christ was God incarnate. There are religions out there today that claim that Jesus was just a man as you and I. The second statement was that Jesus Christ was a sinner because He did this act on a sabbath day. The blind man could see who Jesus Christ is but the church could not. The blind man asked the church to prove themselves in Moses' law where a person received their sight. There was only one person that could heal a person that was born blind and that was Jesus Christ, God. There is only one prayer that God will hear from a sinner and is the prayer of forgiveness of their sins to be saved. A lot of sinners pray but they waste their time and breath because God will not hear them because they are not His. Christ was sinless and on the cross He took upon all the sins of the world become a sacrifice for us all that would be live in on Him.
Preached by Tommy Boring on February 10, 2019 (Sunday Evening).
A Deadly Sin
John 8:1-11 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
A lot of Christians these days want to point out others sins in front of everyone. It's not everyone's business what bad things that are happening in someone's life or in your church. We must be careful how we bring things up to others. These people brought this woman and made a scene with her in front of everyone. She knew she was in the wrong, no one had to say anything to bring that to light. This woman was embarrassed and if she was left alone with nothing happening she probably would have felt mad, angry, and bitter towards the church. If we were still under the law there would be none of us that would be able to keep them. According to the 10 Commandments, if one of those rules were broken then you'd be stoned to death. How many times have you been put to death today for breaking just one of those commandments today? When our brothers and sisters are down or in a sinful nature we should want to help them out of the ditch. The church should be lifting up their pastor because they have downer days as well. We should be pleasing our neighbors. This can be done in different ways not just by works. If you're pleasing God then you'll want to please your neighbor. Thinking about the life of Jesus. Do you think He had the thoughts of doubts? We know He did at one point because He was scared and prayed to make sure He was to do what His father was telling Him to do. Sin is sin no matter how big or small we want to label them.
Preached by Dustin Parks on February 6, 2019 (Wednesday).
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