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The Dangers of Only an Earthly Perspective (Part 1 of 2)
Psalm 137:1-41 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
We must maintain the correct perspective when hard things happen. We need to examine ourselves and make sure our earthly perspectives line up with Gods. There is a great danger in allowing the earthly perspective to reign in our lives. If all one does is watch the news all day you’ll allow it to rule your life. Romans 8:28 God has control of ALL things and His children have nothing to worry about. If you allow the earthly things to control then you’ll quickly find your perspective failing and your eyes turning away from God. In our original scripture we see that the children of Israel were going thru something far worse than what we are going thru. There have been many to go thru things that are far worse than what we are going thru. We are warned that all of those negative things can begin to control us. It’s dangerous to allow despair to take control. We should be very careful with the information that we have. We should not stick our heads in the sand and ignore what’s going on. God’s purpose is always good. So here we see in the scripture that once they were hit with despair, they simply sat down and cried. God is NOT out of control. Don’t be drawn into the devil’s snares. We should be listening to what God is trying to tell us. God is not in despair, He’s not worried, He wasn’t surprised, etc. Don’t be despaired! The children of God were famous for their songs, their talents were all tied to the temple. However, their temple at this time was afar off. They became depressed and just sat down and lost their engagement. Now we know that God doesn’t dwell in a building, He dwells in the heart. Stop depending on the pastor for your feed. We’ve not met in about 2 weeks so God has stripped away the building excuse. Have you felt the Spirit move? The children of Israel just gave up because their perspective was earthly. So what are you doing, sitting on your phone, watching movies, playing games? He’s stripped all of the “stuff” away and now it’s just you and Him. Do you love Him as much as you said you do? Do you pray like you need to? Do you pray when you’re supposed to? Do you just wait to pray only when you’re asked? The fear is that some of you are on vacation spiritually. Check yourself... If there was no church, how spiritual would your house be? Back in the scripture we see in verse 3 that the people that took them captive wanted them to sing. There are people all around us that want a happy song. They want the good news. These people just gave up. They didn’t want to sing because they were depressed in their situation. Their perspective was earthly. If you’re different at home than you are in a church building... What are you teaching others? Psalm 137:4, if you leave your depression unchecked you’ll quickly find yourself over ran by the devil. You’ll become ungrateful and ill. These children of God couldn’t see past their current situation. Have you become dependent upon someone else for your feeding? We make all kinds of excuses why we can’t worship God but He has stripped away ALL excuses. Have you grown dependent on the pastor, worship leaders or someone else to truly worship God? Do you really have a relationship with Christ, have you been saved? Have you taken for granted that we can only worship on certain days? If we didn’t send the videos out would you really be engaged? The real voice of God is challenging us and your personal inventory. You know if you need to deal with things that are not His.
Preached by Tommy Boring on April 1, 2020 (Wednesday).
Be Still, and Know That I Am God
Psalm 46:1-11 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
We as persons will trouble and worry about almost everything. Most of those things have nothing to do with God. Also, we tend to want to tell people what to do. Often times we can see a lot of these preachers on TV command God what to do and how to do it. Religion is taking people to Hell by the multitudes. There is only one way true religion and that’s the one that preaches Jesus as the only way to Heaven. Verse one, God is our refuge, a place of security. He is our strength and a time of help in the moment. Psalm 99:9, God IS holy. 1 John 1:5, God IS light. 1 John 4:8, God IS love. John 4:24, God is a spirit, therefore He must be worshipped in the spirit. Psalm 56:9, God is on your side.
Preached by Randall Roller on March 8, 2020 (Sunday Evening).
Loved By The Shepherd
Psalm 23:1-6 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
God doesn't give you everything that you just want. However God will grant you the things that you need. Every living thing God cares for and they never have to worry about anything but God loves us more that those things. Man wasn't meant to work 7 days a week. We are to rest at least one day. God understand the importance of spiritual rest. If you follow God He will give you the rest that you need. He will provide the spiritual rest. God knows exactly what you need and will lead you in the right path if only you follow Him. We must obey him. No matter where we go God will always be there even in death. The rod and staff where one of the same. The rod is used to pull you back, to rescue. The staff is used in chastening to teach and to show love. Your enemies have no power over you. The obvious is the devil but think about your flesh. Our flesh is the worst enemy that we have.
Preached by Tommy Boring on October 17, 2018 (Wednesday).
Separation From God
Psalm 139:1-8 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
There is nothing that you can do that will separate yourself from Gods love. When things are going great it's usually because God is right there because you've allowed Him to be with you.
Preached by Cameron Crisp on October 14, 2018 (Sunday Evening).
Joy In Salvation
Psalm 51:5-12 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
The devil hates you and he has absolutely has not power over you other than the power that you give or allow him to have. We've all made poor choices and we will get the consequences from those choices. Gods love towards us is NOT based upon what we have done or have. If you die and have NO salvation, you'll open your eyes in an eternal fire of Hell. It will not be because God didn't love you. People today are caught up in the things of this world. You can raise your hands, go thru all the motions, do all the things a Christian does but in the end those things don't amount to anything. If God does not live inside of you thru salvation then Hell will be your eternal home. Repentance is something no one wants to hear or do anymore. If you're saved then you live in the closest form of Hell while on this earth. The world needs to see joy from the Christian because that's what they are hunting for. The lost are searching and trying just about everything to bring joy to their lives. If the Christian would live like a Christian and allow God to live and work in our lives then the joy would just pour from them.
Preached by Tommy Boring on October 14, 2018 (Sunday Evening).
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