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Are You Ready
Matthew 25:1-13 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
No man knows the hour or the day when Christ will come back. If you knew the day, what kind of person would you be? The influences that your fellow church members hold is a great deal to God and to others. All one has to do is to be ready. Just be ready to meet God with salvation. We as Christians are to be looking for His second coming. The unprepared are simply called foolish, for show. How many times do you enter into Gods presence unprepared? One must be called in order to be saved. The wise makes preparation doing all that's required. Acts 1:7 it doesn't matter if we knew the time or not in Christ's coming. Does the Holy Spirit truly dwell in you? The Word must be preached and it MUST cut or hurt when preached because it's to help and to reproof. It's sharper than any two edged sword. If it doesn't hurt, then it's not the Word of God that's being preached. 1 Tim 5:19 we should be cleaned and prepared. Is there anyone that you can think of that keeps their lamps trimmed and their vessel of oil? The wise put value into the oil that they had. It was needed, it was a must to have therefore they went prepared. The oil just as salvation can not be purchased, it's a gift and it must be given by only one person only. There will come a time when all preparation will come to an end but until then, get prepared.
Preached by Jeff Welshan on September 24, 2017 (Sunday Evening).
Pray For The Watchmen (Part 1 of 2)
Ezekiel 33:1-9 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
It's a blessing to be a watchman for God. When God speaks we should listen. When God calls you to be a watchman, He puts a calling in your heart. We need men and women that will be faithful to the calling of God. If you've been called, you know it and you will be immediately equipped in order to do Gods work. 1 Cor 1:17-18 A preacher is called by God and He will put a burden in their heart for the duty of God. When the man of God preaches and it's of the Spirit, if it pricks your heart, you better heed the calling. Romans 10:13-15 If you've been saved, thank a preacher! Try not to get offended with the preacher when he warns the flock. God speaks to the preacher and let's the preacher know what to speak. God is in full control of the future of the church. The man preaching is not to be honored. The functions, the preaching is what needs to be honored. Pray for a watchmen.
Preached by Tommy Boring on June 1, 2014 (Sunday Evening).
Blessed Are The Feet
1 Corinthians 1:1-2 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Those that have been called are those that have been called by God to do His will. We should pray for the men of God, preachers. When God calls men, He calls them to His purposes and you shouldn't talk about them. You should be very careful of those that you see or hear on the TV or radio. Not every person is called of God. Do not give the called men of God credit. God is looking for a vessel to pour into so that they will not change what He pours. The devil hates the men of God. He wants to tear up their home and ruin their lives because others are watching and tears down their hope and faith. You should bath your pastors in prayer every opportunity that you have. Even though David knew he was to be the king, he did not touch Saul due to David's reverence to Gods anointment on Saul. When you pray for the pastor, pray more for the function instead of the person. Satan wants to destroy the function of the pastor worse than the pastor himself.
Preached by Tommy Boring on June 26, 2013 (Wednesday).
Prayer + Patience = Answers
James 5:13-20 (Part of the Spiritual Maturity series).
There are things in our lives that we can't change and will never be changed in this life. We always pray when we are in troubles but, we hardly ever pray when we feel good with no troubles. If we live in sin God will NOT hear our prayers. We don't have a blank check for healing.
Preached by Tommy Boring on August 5, 2012 (Sunday Morning).
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