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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).
There Is ONLY One Way
Matthew 7:21-23 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
It’s not Gods will that you die being lost. Regardless of what you do, say or know means nothing to salvation. Just because you call to God doesn’t mean you’re saved. We as humans are often confused about a lot of things but be not conceived about your salvation. John 13:13; anyone can call Jesus lord but one must be very careful that we know the difference between Lord and lord. There is but one thing that He’s sent for your soul. That one thing is Jesus Christ. Mat 10:25 we read the story of the virgins. One can commit yourself to a church but if you’re not saved it’s all for not. These virgins, 5 were prepared but the other 5 were not. The 5 that were not prepared begged for the other 5 to help. If they helped then those 5 would be prepared either nor could they help. They only brought enough for themselves. No matter how much the preacher would want to save you, they can not. It’s up to oneself, a choice to be saved that only matters. An apple tree produces apples, it can not produce a pear. It can’t help it cause that’s what it is. The same goes for the lost and saved. The lost can only bare works without worth. They can’t help it. The saved produces works for the kingdom of God. Luke 6:46; many call on God but do not KNOW Him thru salvation. You’re not one of His and therefore a sinner and He will not hear you. What qualifies a person to go to Heaven? Casting out devils does not grant one access. Satan himself can cast out his own devils. There are many works that are done in waste because they do not build up the kingdom. In other words, God will not recognize them. We should not be doers without listening or listening without doing. There’s not anyone that does not want you to go to Heaven. Romans 2:13; the only ones that can keep the word of God is the ones that are saved. That’s because they have been given the Word while the lost still don’t have it. If ones been truly born again then you’ll not love the old pleasures in the world. It just can’t happen because Jesus dwells inside and He will not leave. Religion can not serve you and you can not serve it because religion alone is NOT salvation. John 6:40; the will of the Father is that all that come to Jesus Christ for salvation will receive it. We live a time where most everybody owns a TV. Not every person that “preaches” is not preaching Gods Word. How do you know? Study your word, the Bible. It will show you the truth. It’s your fault if you are deceived by them because you’re clearly NOT studying His word. Your works are NOT enough to get you into Heaven. It doesn’t matter how great it was or how many times you did it, it’s NOT enough. It’s NOT enough because that’s NOT how you get to Heaven. There is only one way to go to Heaven and that’s thru Jesus Christ thru salvation. Just because you’re a Sunday school teacher, deacon, pastors wife, give to the homeless or even pray all day everyday. None of these things matter for the access into Heaven or to salvation. John 3:3; one must be born again in order to go to Heaven.
Preached by Tommy Boring on August 11, 2019 (Sunday Morning).
Is What You Have Good Enough?
Hebrews 10:1-18 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
There is a day coming that everyone will be judged. Some of the ones listening to this will not be going to Heaven. Without being saved one will go to Hell. The only way to be saved is thru Jesus Christ and no other way. In the day Of Adam and Eve, something had to die and be sacrificed to cover their sins. At some point that covering wore out and then another covering had to be made. Cain and Abel, Cain thought that he would give God His second best but God refused it. In the story of Moses it was established how to do sin offerings. However, while a God excepted their offering they also knew they had to continue to do this every year. Now, your goodness does not grant you access to Heaven. Solomon sacrificed a multitude of animals, over a quarter of a million! Imagine the amount of blood that flowed while these animals were being sacrificed. Yes, God accepted the sacrifices. But, it still wasn’t good enough. Is or are your parents good folks? Are they saved? Is you name in the church membership book? Have you been baptized? These things are only temporary and will not be accepted by God to gain access to Heaven. Before time the beginning of time, God had a plan that would remove the sins of the world forever more, but only if the person would accept Him. 6 quarts of blood was all it took to save the entire world. Some would say thank you for the drop of blood it took to cover their sins, but it didn’t take a drop, it took ALL of it. Just one question will be asked in the end. Has Jesus Christ’s blood washed away your sins? So we are back to the title, if you died this second, is what you have good enough to get you into Heaven?
Preached by Tommy Boring on July 28, 2019 (Sunday Morning).
God Uses Volunteers
Acts 4:8-13 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
God Uses Volunteers Did you know that Peter and John were not professionals? We should be thrilled to be able to ring the bell of the church house. God didn’t call professionals into His ministries. Now one might be able to play football better then anyone else but God may not use you for that. God picked many men that were fishermen. Now what we do know is that these fishermen were not professional at fishing. We see this several times as Jesus had to tell them how to catch the fish and even asked them if they had any meat, to which they did not. God uses volunteers. In many places in the Bible we read that Jesus asked folks to follow Him. They then would rip what they were doing and volunteered to follow Him. If you’ve been born again then there was a day that God asked you to volunteer for Him and follow Him. Let’s think about how He found you and the others. We He found them and you, there was nothing to be found, you had nothing. God enjoys taking nothing and making something of it. All that God is asking for is a willing vessel. How many of you are committed to something that you can’t do? Are you aware that if God leaves you then you won’t be able to do anything? The ground around the cross is level. No one is any better than the next one. Are you willing to do what you can’t do?
Preached by Tommy Boring on July 7, 2019 (Sunday Morning).
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