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The Truth About Counterfeits
John 8:31-59 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
The devil is the created being. He can’t be everywhere at the same time or know everything. Now if you’ve truly been born again then you’re already possessed by God. If you’re lost then yes, you can be possessed by a devil. In the beginning, God gave one simple rule, don’t touch or eat from a single tree. God will always tell you the truth because He can not lie. The devil lied and tricked Eve into eating the fruit and then Adam followed. From that time forth, the devil goes about telling a lie. Adam and Eve was then cursed to die because the devil was seeking to murder, kill them. In our society we take the good and make it bad, take the evil and make it good. Where do you think that thought comes from? If you’re listening to anything other than God then you’re listening to a devil. Every single person has an enemy regardless who you are or where you come from. You tell your buddies at work that you’re a Christian but is this true? Only a Christian can follow Christ without a true effort. A Christian is not perfect but they repent. We should hate the devil and abstain from anything that is from or of him. If you’re listening to yourself then it’s a lie. Anything other than God is a lie. We are as dumb as sheep. We listen to everything but God and then when we follow thru and fall, we blame God and ask why He didn’t help us. If we asked do you want the good or the bad, each person would say the good. But the problem is, the devil is a liar and makes things look good. So in Adam and Eve’s time, the devil told her that they wouldn’t die. He twisted the truth telling them that when they eat then they would become like gods and know the difference between good and evil. While that statement was true it was twisted and brought death upon all mankind. They did not become like gods but were cursed to see their sins and caused death upon them. This same thing happens still today. The devil is telling you that this message is false. Why does he do this? Because he is trying to destroy you and others around you because he hates you. A lot of times this is what happens. You see it, you want it, you come a pray and nothing changed. People ask if you’ve been saved or a person/preacher tells you you’ve been saved. But, there was never a change, Christ wasn’t calling you. But, you believe that lie and sit on a church bench and pretty soon they’ll go back to the world. Why? Because that the nature of the lost, they can’t live a Christian lifestyle because they are not a Christian. So how does one know the difference between lies and the truth? We must study the truth. The truth never changes while the counterfeit always changes.
Preached by Tommy Boring on November 17, 2019 (Sunday Morning).
Weak Prayers
Jeremiah 32:26-27 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
It’s difficult to grasp that God has no boundaries or limit as we know it. Mat 19:26; Mark 10:27 If it’s something that you can do then why are you not doing it? God does the impossible. God does things that are unexplainable to man. We should be convicted that we don’t pray to God like He’s a BIG god. We define God as not being able to do those big things. Don’t we usually have a testimony that only God can do. God raised people from the dead, in fact He rose Himself from the dead. In the Bible there are many examples to prove God as being the extraordinary. The first thing is that you must believe the Word of God. Noah was told to build an ark when it had never rained before. God also told him that it was going to flood and destroy all living things. Noah and his house was saved because he believed God. Moses experienced God as a burning bush. God told him to be still as He rolled back the sea to dry ground for them to be saved. Moses was able to see manna everyday and meat that just fell to the ground. Moses seen water that poured from a rock when he struck it with a stick. Moses was able to see God’s hinder parts and he was changed and had a glow that no others could look upon Moses. David stood in front of a giant and killed him with a small stone. Elijah prayed to God and God showed up in a huge fire that burnt everything including the water. The disciples seen Jesus do many miracles. Spit a mud to make someone see. Deaf and dumb and made able to speak and hear by a simple touch. If we are saved then we serve a God that is able to do anything. How do you pray to Him though. God told us to not give anything thought to tomorrows things. He feeds to birds, yet we pray for our foods for tomorrow. God has already promised us those things. As long as you pray about your food and your clothes and your bills, then you’ve begun to pray about selfish things because He’s already promised those things. Now if you find yourself in a life changing event then we often find ourselves praying for ourselves. Nothing wrong with that! Some attributes of God. 1. God never changes! He is the same yesterday, today and forever. 2. God can not lie. 3. God is no respect of persons. What He did for Moses He will do for you. Why? Because He doesn’t love Moses any more than He loves you.
Preached by Tommy Boring on October 27, 2019 (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).
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).
Look Upon Jesus
Numbers 21:4-8 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
The people of Israel wasn’t grateful for the food that God provided them. Instead of calling on God, we blame God. Don’t be discouraged in the way. We accuse God however the truth is He’s always there. God responded with judgement as they murmured. When they recognized their error they asked Moses to pray for them. Moses prayed and God was merciful. Without God, we are desperate. The only thing that separated you from God was put on a pole. He wasn’t saying worship the sin/serpent, but He said put it up there so we see the problem. Just as Jesus was put on a pole, He became sin. They had to believe in the word brought to them by Moses. There is a remedy for sin. He said look upon the pole/cross. All you have to do is believe. Except the Son of man be lifted up if I (Jesus) be lifted up I will draw all men unto me. It’s not about what you know. It’s all in the cross. You must look up on it. He was so tortured yet all that represents what we are without Jesus. He paid the penalty so we could live. If you don’t know Christ there is no remedy for your sin. But, there is good news because we can look upon Christ and be saved.
Preached by Tommy Boring on August 25, 2019 (Sunday Morning).
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