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Prone To Roam ()

Tommy BoringTommy Boring, December 27, 2015
Part of the Miscellaneous series, preached at a Sunday Evening service

We are all like sheep wondering away from the Shepherd. The Shepherd doesn't leave the sheep, the sheep stray from the Shepherd. But keep in mind, we are not alone as other sheep stray as well. A lot of times we don't realize that we have wondered. We are walking and feeding and don't look up to make sure we haven't strayed from the Shepherd. Once we go astray we should listen for the shepherd's voice. Like sheep we have no self defense without the shepherd's protection. The Shepherd will leave the safe guarded flock to hunt for the wondering one. Do you want a pasture to eat in? Do you want protection? Do you want joy?

Tags: Adversary, Christians, Devils, Distress, Enemy, Fear, God, Hope, Joy, Loved, Obedience, Our Nature, Peace, Protection, Responsibility, Restoration, Shepherds, Will of God


About Tommy Boring: Born in Vero Beach, Florida, Tommy moved to Blount county, Tennessee in 1975 where his family holds deep roots. The oldest of three children, Tommy attended the University of Tennessee and graduated with a Bachelor of Science, Business Administration and a Marketing major.
Tommy and his wife Teresa were married at New Providence Primitive Baptist Church June of 1985. His first full-time church ministry was at Meadow Branch Primitive Baptist Church where he served as their pastor for 2 years and 9 months. Tommy and Teresa have 3 sons; Christopher, Justin and Blake.
In October of 1991 Tommy was called as pastor of Edgewood Primitive Baptist Church and stayed until October of 2002 fulfilling God’s call for Edgewood.
Since January 2003, he has been the pastor of NPPBC. His two oldest children are married and live in the Maryville area.

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