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We Are All Zacchaeus’
Luke 19:1-10 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Jesus did not come to feed 1000 of people with fish, He did not come to make the blind to see, heal the lepers or raise the dead. He came to save the lost. He did those things to prove who He was and to show compassion. When you attend church it’s not to just have fellowship but to pray for the lost and to see them saved. Sunday school teachers study to help lead the lost to Christ. We see Zacchaeus and his story that it was a personal thing. Jesus called him out by name. Just as today, Jesus will call you by name inviting you to salvation. When you serve the Lord it’s a personal thing. The Lamb’s Book of Life doesn’t have the born again believers listed under one big group. Each person is listed by their name individually. We are all sinners, the difference is if Christ has called your name and you accepted Him as your savior. One can’t save themselves therefore one can’t keep their salvation. Salvation is given by Christ and He has promised He will never pull that away from the saved. Jesus knew Zacchaeus more than Zacchaeus knew himself. Luke 2:11, Christ knew why He came and He came because the world had no hope. The lost don’t come to church unless we the people invite them. They are not looking for Christ. Do what ever it takes to bring in the lost.
Preached by Jeff Patton on February 9, 2020 (Sunday Evening).
Who Is That God?
Daniel 3:16-18 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
God is able to deliver from anything. In this story we see these three mean had already made up their minds on what they were going to do. We are prone to worry and fear those things that we can’t control. Rest assured that when it’s out of our control, it’s always in Gods control. Pharaoh thought he had Moses and his people but God had other plans. When they came to their brick wall of water, God rolled the water back and they all walked on dry ground, not muddy. Not only did they cross on dry ground but when each and everyone of them were safe, God closed the water back stopping Pharaoh and his army.
Preached by Tommy Boring on February 2, 2020 (Sunday Evening).
Doctrine of Justification
Romans 5:1-20 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Doctrine of Justification There is nothing other than faith where we are justified. One can’t get to God unless one is justified. Justification is the purpose to make one righteous in the sight of God. Sin excludes humans from God. Justified, just if I’d never sinned. Romans 4:20-25, God took your sin and swapped it with Jesus’ righteousness. There are entire religions that are founded on the exact opposite as Romans 4:20-25. If you couldn’t earn being justified, how could you do something that removed your justification? The most important question, do you know if you’ve been born again? We get three things thru justification. We get peace with God. If you are a sinner then you are an enemy of His and you by choosing not to love His son have chosen to live In Hell for eternity. We have grace. We wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t from grace. We have all the grace we can handle by faith thru Jesus Christ. Imagine a homeless person that was brought into a mansion, cleaned up , fed, given a bed to sleep in, and a place to stay in peace. All of this was simply given without warrant. The man didn’t deserve it and never did anything to deserve it. This is grace. We have Hope. Did you know that if you take away hope from a prisoner, they will die? They have nothing to live for. If one has been born again then you have the hope in what’s yet to come. The better day that coming when no more suffering, no more sin, heartache, etc. Romans 5:5
Preached by Tommy Boring on November 24, 2019 (Sunday Evening).
Through The Fire
Daniel 3:8-30 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Three things we see in this story. 1. They would not bow. There will be things in your life that you will have to make a choice to either take a stand for God or bow to the enemy. 2. They wouldn’t budge. Just because you might work for God every second of the day doesn’t mean that others will see Him in you. Just keep working. 3. They wouldn’t burn. Sometimes we have to go thru the fire before others will see God thru you. They may not see you when you won’t bow to other gods, will stand your ground and not budge, but when you go thru the fire for Christ then they will surely see God thru it. If you are right now in the middle of a fire, be faithful to God. He will go with you thru it all and sometimes it takes the fires in life to prove to others. Press on.
Preached by Tommy Boring on November 17, 2019 (Sunday Evening).
Do You Believe In God?
John 3:1-22 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
In this story we see that Jesus knew the condition of Nicodemus’ heart. He knew what was going to happen and how it was going to end. Nicodemus knew God but he didn’t believe on Jesus. This happens in todays time all over. Many of people know there is a god and will boldly claim they know god or even Jesus. But they don’t know them thru a personal relationship of salvation. The spirit has to be manifest in you. You can’t be born again unless you’ve been called by the spirit of God. When Jesus for you to be saved, you will more than likely remember the time and quit possibly the place. Also in most times, you will not know when it’s coming and you won’t know when it will leave. It’s just like the breeze that blows. You can’t see it and you don’t know where it comes from. Sometimes the spirit of God has to challenge us. It has to do this because it keeps us in check. There are preachers standing in pulpits trying their best to show you who the Son of God is and yet people sit and will not know. God loved us so much that He sent His only son to this world. He wasn’t sent to condemn the world. Those that don’t believe condemn themselves. All we would have to do is to believe in Him. Why don’t people want to believe in Jesus? Because it’s natural for people to love evil. People do things usually because they want something in return, greed. It’s easy to say and to think there is a god. It’s easy to say that you’re a good person. If God is all loving then He won’t send you to Hell. If you’re one of those that says that, then your deeds are evil and you can’t admit that they are. If you choose that at the time of your death then you have made your own decision to live in Hell for eternity. Christ came and died for you because He loves you. God made a way of escape and you must choose it in order to go to Heaven. Salvation is a personal thing. The day that He convicts you of your sins, it becomes personal. He comes to you and speaks to you. You may have attended church all your life and never seen Jesus as being lifted up. This might be your time, it might be that Jesus is calling your name.
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on September 29, 2019 (Sunday Evening).
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