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Privileged Beyond... (Part 3)
1 John 3:1-2 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
We have been made His children. To understand that we must go back to know where we've come from. Have you ever thought about the love of God that would cause Him to love us? What does it mean to live without God? Think about how it would be to grow up with no parent that loved you. What if you were a child of an earthly king? Think about an orphan child and how they want to be loved. They do not want toys or other earthly wants. They simply want parents that love them like their own. Gal 4:4-5 Only thru the blood of Jesus Christ is how one can be adopted by God. A Jew lives for their birthright tying to make sure they can be traced back to Abraham. Your linage will not get you to heaven or make you any closer to God. Many orphans of this world can't wait to be out on their own but, they always have it in the back of their mind that they were never loved. Romans 8:14-15 The adoption paperwork once signed is sealed and can never be changed. Gal 4:7; Rom 8:17 Not only do we have the Spirit to prove to us but we are heirs. Have you even considered where you were when He came to you and asked you to become His child? What could be the reason that God would adopt us? What's your purpose? Why are you here? Phil 2:13-15 The purpose is that we are to bare much fruit for Christ. We are to shine in this dark time that we live in. We've been called out from amongst the darkness and into the light.
Preached by Tommy Boring on November 6, 2016 (Sunday Morning).
If You be in Christ… (Part 1)
Galatians 3:27-4:6 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Are you in Christ? No one can save themselves from sin. There is only one way to be saved and that's thru Jesus Christ. During the time of Jesus' birth, God had a greater plan. God sent His only son to a place that was full of evil. Jesus was born into the law. Even though we were all born into the world into sin, Jesus was born just the same but was born sinless. Jesus felt the suffering and hardship just as us but He remained sinless. Jesus was born of the flesh Mary, just so He could have the flesh to endure everything that we in the flesh endure. God would have sent another way to clean the sin if there was one. Hundreds of thousands of animals were sacrificed for sin, but none of those were enough. There was only one born sinless. The little babies and people that are mentally handicapped usually do not have the understanding of sin, right from wrong. But for the rest of us there will come a day where our souls are awakened to a lost and saved condition. We live in a day where we rely on self help but one can't save themselves. There is a payment for sin, it's death. In order for the sin to be paid Jesus was sent. Jesus paid the sin debt by being sacrificed. Therefore, if one rejects Jesus as being the payment for sin, they will die an eternal death in hell.
Preached by Tommy Boring on August 23, 2015 (Sunday Morning).
Greener Pastures
Luke 15:11-24 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
You don't have to be young to be rebellious. You don't have to teach anyone to be prideful or rebellious. We call rebellion many things. When sin comes into your life, you'll see things in a different way. When you think you've got the world by the tail, you'll start being prideful. The devil wants to destroy you and cause you to go the opposite way of God. Just because someone you know lived a rebellious life doesn't mean you need to also. You can't sow bad things and reap something good later. Ask anyone that has rebelled against God and come back to Him and they will all tell you, don't go that way. We all have a choice to live, choose God! Don't think for one minute that just because you've been raised right doesn't mean you can get by in life sowing to the world. If you go around sowing to the world you WILL reap what you have sown. You can not stop it and the harvest will be from the world. The only way to not follow the world is to repent of the worldly nature of your flesh. Once your child gets to a certain age a parent can no longer chasten them, but that also means they've fallen into Gods hands. If you're a child of God and begin to run wild with the resources of the devil, you will run out. The devil only has so much to hand to you but you will run out as far away as where you started. Children think that their life is hard living with their parents. What makes a child think that a parent that would jump in front of a bullet would lead them or motivate them in the wrong direction? There are rules and regulation throughout this world and they are usually there to protect everyone because someone cared. When one rebels they will resort to doing embarrassing things for the devil. If you're saying, when you clean you're act up, you'll come to church, it will never happen. No one has ever been able to clean themselves. Romans 8:35-37 Nothing can separate us from Gods love. The devil will steal everything you've got before you realize that you need to go back to God.
Preached by Tommy Boring on November 9, 2014 (Sunday Morning).
The Chapter of Lost Things
Luke 15:1-10 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Every single person is a sinful sinner. All they had to do to become a sinners is to be born. Without the shedding of blood there will be no salvation. In order for something to be lost, it has to be owned first. There are four common elements to this passage. Each item that was lost were possessed first. The parables is referring to backslid people. How many times have you found yourself following satan instead of God? The next thing is that each item is lost not to be confused with salvation but with missing. All of us that have been saved have all gone astray at some point. The further the parable goes, the stronger and more serious it gets. Being backslid is simply getting off the path and that have lost their way. The third thing about these parables is that the items lost were searched for. The difference between the items lost is that the sheep doesn't have the sense to go back. The coin can't go back on its own. The human has to make a choice to go back. In all cases, the final point is that the owner found the items. We as humans have no idea if a person is saved or not. They can profess to us that they've been saved but they are not possessed by God. Being baptized will not save you from hell. Another thing that they all have in common is that when the items were found, the owners rejoiced. Being backslid and feeling ashamed doesn't change the value of you and His love towards you.
Preached by Tommy Boring on February 2, 2014 (Sunday Morning).
Following From Behind
Luke 22:54-62 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
We will all at some point fall away from Christ. It's called by different things, backsliding, cold, indifferent, falling away. We should strive to be a Christian everyday of our lives, not just on Sundays or church days. We should follow Jesus closely, not far away or from a distance. There is no true falling away or losing ones salvation. We brag all about whipping the devil when Jesus is near. It feels good to be near Jesus. We should start our days with being next to Jesus. One should get to the point in their lives to realize that Jesus is ALL one needs. If one chooses to be near Jesus one should also expect to be persecuted along with Him. If one let's the things of this world to overwhelm us then we have begun the follow at a distance. When we try to distance ourselves from God, the world will kindle a fire for us. It's cold away from God and a fire sure makes things look warmer. There might be times that we do not know where Jesus is leading us, but just keep following. The world can identify who is one of His even when they are no longer following Jesus. Once one falls behind their happiness will leave. If Jesus didn't love you, than He wouldn't care about knowing what is going to happen in your life. When we fail, God doesn't look at us as a failure or angered, He looks at us with compassion. The problem is that we are not willing to repent. Why can't we weep before God?
Preached by Tommy Boring on September 29, 2013 (Sunday Morning).
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