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Does God Hear Your Prayer?
Jonah 1:1-9 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
If we could get into the right frame of mind, we would see things to begin to happen. Jonah was in just the same shape as the world is in now. He was disobedient to God. We say our prayers each day or night but did we actually mean it or think about it? Did you really think about what God has done for you? Too many times we are afraid to talk to God because we are afraid of what He will say to us. We need to get like Jonah and get serious with God. Has God asked you to do something but you've refused? God wants us to talk to Him, seriously, not flippantly. Jonah didn't have to ask if God heard him, he knew in his soul that God answered him. Stop throwing your prayers in the air and hoping God catches them. God gave us salvation and then we sit down on it. Picture your friends, children, family and everyone else you know burning in hell for eternity. Is that serious? Then get serious with God!
Preached by Steve Whitehead on July 3, 2013 (Wednesday).
Short Cuts And Good Intentions
2 Samuel 6:1-7 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
You can't take short cuts or compromise what God says or with the world. Not everything that is new is right or of God. Gods Word is just as it was thousands of years ago. Our human nature is to take the easiest route. The same things that God required back when Jesus was alive is the same as today's time. People a too afraid to stand up for God anymore. Now days people don't want to help others that are being pushed around by the devil. Don't take short cuts on Gods Word. If God says no, don't go around it. One sin will lead to another, then another and another. God is to be feared. 
Preached by Tommy Boring on May 12, 2013 (Sunday Evening).
Will Of God
Ephesians 1:1-2 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
If you are saved then you are called of God to do His work. If you're not sure of what your will from God is, just hold on. One thing we do know about His will is that it's Good. The enemy has sold us all a lie that tells us that God is not good. People worry too much about failing and what's going to happen next. If you sow of the devil then you will reap from the devil. When you obey God He WILL get the glory. It's not Gods will that anyone should perish. Who will God save? Anyone. God knows all things, but what Jesus did at calvary was NOT for a select few, it was for ALL. One of the main things of Gods will in your life is to tell the world of His son. God didn't come to heal, He came to save. If you are saved, you can't leave Him, He will come after you.
Preached by Tommy Boring on April 21, 2013 (Sunday Evening).
The Formula To True Worship
John 4:19-26 (Part of the True Worship series).
We usually define worship by what we want. That is not true worship. What could happen if we all came in one mind and one accord. We sometimes plainly wonder into church half-hearted. Biblical examples of worship, Abraham went to worship, David went in fear and reverence to worship. Worship takes obedience, faith, fear of God and reverence. You don't have to fear the world, devil or any of his demons. God is the only one that should be feared. There is a difference between worship and praise, we must do both. The spirit and truth must be present in order for true worship to take place. God seeks those to worship Him.
Preached by Tommy Boring on October 28, 2012 (Sunday Morning).
Scared To Death!
Psalm 56:3 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Being afraid is a sickness. If you say your sinless, you're lying to yourself and others. We've all been through some rough times, but once you're through, it's strengthened you.
Preached by Rick Rutherford on August 8, 2012 (Wednesday).
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