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It's About Love
1 Corinthians 13:13 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
At times we feel as if we are at a crossroads, a place where we could go in different directions. This building was placed here in our community on purpose and not by mistake. God has purposes that go beyond our flesh, thoughts. So as a body of believers in our church what is something we could all grab onto? Love. Love must be at the root of all we do. Faith and Hope will all end one day but Love will go on forever. In this life we must have faith and hope but love is greater than either one. The origin of love is God Himself. Love is powerful! It was the Love of God that saved our souls. When it comes to the love of God one must give up the flesh. Most are not on the same page with live because they live differently. If one loves themselves more than others, that's a problem. The gospel is all about love. We should go out and seek others because we love them and God loves them.
Preached by Tommy Boring on January 15, 2017 (Sunday Morning).
The Object of the Gospel
1 Corinthians 2:1-5 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
The object of Christians work is the lifting up of Jesus Christ. Confession of sins and belief in Jesus Christ is the only source of Jesus Christ and Salvation. You can declare that there is a God but refuse in His son, Jesus Christ. The Spirit of God is the only invitation that will lead through acceptance, salvation. The object in the gospel is Jesus Christ and Him alone. The stuff is not what's important, baptism, communion, etc. It's not what a person says to someone or how they say it, it's the Spirit of God that speaks to them. If one is living in sin then that person is accountable only to Christ. The gospel is not about the church, the people or what they do. Everyone has a death sentence no matter who they are. The message is simple. One is saved and kept by the Word. There is no other way but through Jesus Christ that one can be saved. So the message is clear, Jesus died and yet rose again. Your life begins with Jesus and it will end with Jesus.
Preached by Tommy Boring on August 21, 2016 (Sunday Morning).
Love Your Neighbor
1 Corinthians 2:1-16 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
God is love. We can't understand how God could love a person like us. Love conquers all things. We should lift or love more than ourselves. We live in a time where we are ashamed of God. When you were saved He gave you a testimony that will stand the test of time. We can only give or point people to Jesus, we can't save them. Jesus is everything that a person needs. Jesus comes for everyone. We often look towards our own needs over our neighbors. Life is hard at times making it hard to trust God.
Preached by Ronnie Inman on August 17, 2014 (Sunday Morning).
Worldly Sand And Spiritual Rocks
Matthew 7:24-27 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
We are all building a house, working on a building. Whether you're lost or saved you are building a building. We all show what type of house we are building. They will be tried by God at some point to test the structure. Trouble will soon find you whether your lost or saved. If you've built your house on a firm foundation, your house will stand. The difference between the two buildings is that one is wise and the other a fool. It's not about how smart one is. There will be hundreds of people hear the true Word of God on this day but they will push it away and turn a deaf ear to it. Another difference is the foundation to which one builds their house on. One can't build anything on a weak structure, something that moves. Just because you're doing something good, working in a church, helping others, giving money, doesn't mean that your foundation is firm. When building a structure one doesn't just start building on the grass, you build below the top soil, on top of concrete footers. If you've built your house on the things of this world, you've choose foolishly and it will run out from under you. Don't be confused and labor all your life building on a shifting foundation. When you become saved God places you on top of His firm foundation of a rock. Being saved doesn't mean you may not slide all over that rock, stumble or get bruised up. It just means you will never fall off of the rock. The materials used are different between a lost and saved persons house. Gold, silver and precious stones must be worked for in order to obtain them. Wood, hay and stubble is easily had and is given freely. Satan shows us how easy it is to live in this world. Once we reach for it we realize how easy it was and continue to build a house of the world of objects from satan. Digging and studying in the bible is building your house with pure tried and true material. It requires one to wake up before anyone else just to study. Just because you are saved doesn't mean you can't decide to pick up the trash and junk of this world to build up your house. What you do for God will likely cost you, but in the end, your building will be tried and shown to be true. If you're thinking that you are just thankful for getting into heaven, your selfish and need to make sure your saved.
Preached by Tommy Boring on July 21, 2013 (Sunday Morning).
Called To Be
1 Corinthians 1:1-2 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Would a prophet of God write to our church as a church of God? If you are a child of God, then there should be a constant sanctification. Everyone of us are completely different from the other. Not everyone has been called of God. When God calls you and you become saved, God gives you a purpose and calls you to service. You need to understand what your purpose is. God didn't call you to warm the bench. If show no fruit, you'll need to examine your salvation. Just because you do what another Christian does, doesn't mean your a Christian. If your children don't want to attend church, drag them in, once they are saved, they'll want to come. Being on a church roll doesn't mean your getting to heaven and a part of the body of Christ. Being sanctified is a constant working and purifying. Being a saint is not someone, some person declares, it's what God divinely called you to be. A living sacrifices is moving. If you are truly saved, you are a living sacrifices. You are supposed to be holy, a saint unto God. If there is not a consistent desire to draw nearer to God, then who are you truly worshipping? If you live with no guilt or conviction of sin, you're probably not a Christian. To be or not to be, that is the question. According to Christ, a Christian has been called to be a saint.
Preached by Tommy Boring on June 30, 2013 (Sunday Morning).
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