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I've Never Been Worthy!
Luke 15:11-24 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
First and foremost, if you think you’ve gone too far and God doesn’t love you, you’re wrong. Now in this story of this rebellious youth, we see that once he realized that he had hit his brick wall, he wanted to go back. Was this youth saved or lost? Well, in this story it’s not clearly stated but the youth knew he had a father. A lost person denies the fact that they have a father, a savior. We’ve likely heard a lot of stories about the prodigal son, about him coming back. But what we want you to see is that once he came to his senses, he thought he was unworthy of his fathers love. Now in our lives we all know of people where they’ve been in a desperate place where they’ve “spent it all” in the world. Some have continued in that path, but other have turned back and went to their fathers house. How many of you have ever felt the weight of the sinful shame you’ve created? You realize that there are none worthy of Gods love. We are a constant sinner regardless of our situation. John the Baptist that had nothing knew that he was nothing compared to Jesus. He was completely humbled by Jesus. This story we see that this youth walked into the city with pride, riches, and knowing he had a father that loved him and gave him what he wanted. But, with humility he walked back home in his own shame. Once he got home his father looked beyond his sons wrongdoings. His son still felt the guilt and shame but his father pushed it aside. The world wants one to think they can just go thru the motions while at church but when it’s in your heart, that’s the problem. There’s never been a day that you should boast about yourself and what you think you’re worthy of. Don’t be ashamed to come to God, but, if you feel shame for what you’ve done, then you’re on the right track towards God. Keep walking towards Him. In one story we read about a woman that was on a mission. She broke customs and went into a room filled with men, removed her head covering and washed Jesus’ feet. We see that she didn’t bring water but used her very tears while she wept in her humbleness. We also see that she made it a point that she wasn’t taking nothing back cause she broke that container that held ALL of the anointing oils. Being born again is not based on our works or our worth. Paul stated that he was the chief of sinners and yet did a lot of amazing things. Where does that leave you, us? Peter thought he was worth it. But Jesus began to explain the details of what marks he missed. Never treated him, customary kiss, washed his feet, yet this woman had not stopped as soon as Jesus walked in. We live in a culture where people want a pat on the back for thinking they done good things, a self righteous generation. The only one that is worthy is Jesus Christ. He did everything for you.
Preached by Tommy Boring on May 6, 2020 (Wednesday).
God Will Always Be The Bread
Luke 24:17-35 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
When Moses led the slaved people of Egypt out into the wilderness they began to get mad at God because they felt as if they had everything they needed in Egypt. God still loved them and provided bread from Heaven, Manna. All they had to do is to collect it and do as they wish with it. It was sweet to taste just like God. If they gathered more than they could use then it would rot. There came a time when they began to get sick of the bread and would began to complain yet again. God once again loved them and gave them dove in abundance, but the bread didn’t stop. Elijah seen things of miraculous that God had done but yet he sinned. God told him that his life would be required of him for his adulterous action. So, Elijah ran and ran thinking he would run away from his problems, God’s judgement. Unfortunately there are people like this today that will just sit and sulk in their self pity. The Bible says that he fell asleep and then something woke him up. An angel with water and bread that told him to get up and eat. He did just that and then went back to sleep. The angel once again made more bread and had water and woke him yet again. In our lives we have angels that make bread for us to keep us going. God always has our lunch-boxes packed and ready, all we have to do is grab it and eat. We eat this bread that he has preparers because He knows what strength we need for that days work. Jesus had hundreds of followers one day and needed to feed them. All that was available was a small boy with a few fish and a couple of loaves of bread. In groups of 50 they were all sitting. Jesus broke the bread and blessed it and they began to distribute it. What was so special about the bread and fish, nothing but the person doing the blessing. Not only did everyone eat until they were filled but they took up the leftovers. The boy wasn’t the one that was special for bringing the bread and fish but the one that blessed the food. Be careful that you don’t honor the pastor for preaching when the one to be honored is the one that blessed the pastor with the message. The pastor is only the distributor. In another story we see that in the upper room Jesus and His disciples were gathered. This is what we know as the last supper. He had plain, unleavened bread and broke it and told them to distribute it. He told them that it was his flesh that was about to be broken, whipped. We still to this day partake of this ordinance during communion. In the scripture we read today we see 2 boys that have simply given up. Jesus slipped in and asked them why they were sad. They were sad because they thought that Jesus was dead and hope was lost. Jesus was going to leave for the night and they asked Him to stay. He came in began to break the bread. At that moment their eyes were opened and they knew He was alive! What they needed was a spiritual awaking to know that He was alive and well. Has He broke the bread for you and your spiritual eyes been opened? Do you want to taste it but Satan is telling you no? Tell satan to leave you alone and come, take and eat! If you want the bread of life all you have to do is come and get it.
Preached by Tommy Boring on February 16, 2020 (Sunday Morning).
He Loves You
Luke 15:3-13 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Do you realize that Jesus loves YOU? He died for YOU. Jesus said that He would leave the folk to save the one. Jesus loves you just the way you are. He may not like what you’re doing but He’ll deal with that soon enough. Don’t believe the lie that you don’t matter to GOD. It wont be Gods fault if you turn His son away. It will all be you’re fault in denying Him.
Preached by Tommy Boring on October 20, 2019 (Sunday Morning).
Who's Our Enemy?
Luke 22:31-32 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Part of winning a battle is understanding your enemy. When it comes to the word of God, one has to be willing to accept it. First and foremost, God knows our enemy. He knows what he’s doing and when he’s going to do it. We need to know the enemy in order to fight against the enemy. As we know about Job, he had a hedge built around him that God had placed to keep the enemy away. As a Christian, you have a God built hedge around you. Now you can play and tease with the devil and he will try his best to destroy you and if you let him, he will. In Genesis, we see that the devil was present. Satan is NOT a god but a created being. He is an angel and nothing more. He was created therefore he can be controlled by God. Now Lucifer himself is probably not messing with you. He is not a god and therefore can not be in multiple places at the same time, omnipresent. He also can not read your mind. Now just as God, he has many angels to “work” for him, with him. Satan is a fallen angel and he also took a bunch of angels with him. John 13:2 - Destroy The devil wants everyone dead. He can take ahold of a lost persons heart and cause them to do ungodly things only to leave them dead. 2 Cor 11:14 - Deceiver The devil can transform into a false being to fool others to think he is something that he is not. John 8:44 - Liar The devil is a liar. He is unable to speak the truth unless it’s riddled with lies. He is the father of lies. One could say they would never believe a lie from the devil. Have you ever been afraid? Fear is a lie from the devil. Simple yet effective. John 10:10 - Steal, Kill, and Destroy So can the devil destroy a believer? Only if God allows it. Satan is a destroyer and he certainly wants to destroy you. In our nation, opiate addiction is the highest killer. Luke 8:12 - Thief Satan also wants to steal Gods love from the lost. When the word of God is presented, satan will steal away the word if it’s not consumed. 2 Cor 4:4 - Blinder Think about it, we teach in schools that it took the world billions of years to be created. We evolved from monkeys or evolved from something. Satan has removed the Creator from our children’s learning. We are accept every lifestyle due to tolerance, love everyone, that what Jesus taught. Truth is, it’s a lie. 2 Cor 12:7 - Buffet Believers Now the devil constantly beats on the gate at the hedge and all you’ve got to do is open the door. We are constantly bombarded with Satan daily throughout our lives thru media and others. It’s a choice if we allow or let that in. Rev 20, Rev 20:10 - Destiny We see in the end Satan and his demons will all be destroyed. They will be tormented just the same as those unbelievers that rejected Christ, forever and ever for eternity. 1 John 3:8, Luke 11:23 Who’s side are you on? There is ONLY two sides. You’re either on Satans side or Gods side. Either your born again or lost. To the believers. Eph 4:26-27 Don’t give the devil any room to win or get in. You want problems in your life, let him in. James 4:7 Resist the devil and he will flee. Eph 6:11-18 We know we are gonna be in a battle with the devils, therefore go ahead and prepare yourselves.
Preached by Tommy Boring on September 22, 2019 (Sunday Evening).
Coming To The End Of Yourself
Luke 15:11-24 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
In this story we see that the father never gave up on his son. He let his son run all the while knowing it wasn’t a good thing to do. His son rebelled against his father even though his father had riches and anything that the son would ever need for. Once the son left he began to realize that he had messed up. The father knew he had also messed up but loved him through it all. The father even gathered up the sons future riches and gave it to him before he left. We just as the son have all left our father at some point or another. Jesus knows it’s wrong just the same as we know, but He allows us to leave. He never stops loving us, no matter what we do or go. When we run off we do it in rebellion thinking we know what’s best for ourselves. God will let you go as far as you want to go until you realize you’ve messed this thing up. During this time, God still calls for you to come home. Once you realize that you’ve gotten as low as you can go then you’ll find yourself finding that Jesus is the only one still with you. So the question is, what are you hanging on to? What’s the thing that you think you can’t do without? God will work out the fleshly problems, the emotional issues and then He will deal with your spiritual lack. Your flesh is selfish and God will remove those things it lusts after. Emotionally, God works out those things that you think you knew better about and stops those things that hinder. Spiritually God deals with you and shows you that you’re NOT god. You can’t do it yourself therefore you can’t know what’s best and perfect. The faithfulness of God is that once your ready to come back to Him, He will go over and beyond to bring you back. For all of you that feel that you’re too far gone from Jesus, you’re only a turn away. Simply stop where you are and turn around. Repentance is simply about changing directions. God will feed you, clothe you and mark you as His once upon your returning. The only regret you’ll have is you’ll wish you had turned around sooner.
Preached by Tommy Boring on September 8, 2019 (Sunday Morning).
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