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Some Things Have Changed, but Some Things are Still the Same
Acts 26:14-18 (Part of the 220th Original Tennessee Association of Primitive Baptist series).
The call hasn't changed. We are a chosen generation. No matter what comes against you, you are made by God for a purpose. We need to live holy and talk holy. We are to be a peculiar person, different from the world. We all were called out of the same place, darkness. The commission is the same for those that are called. The challenge is also the same. The cost is also the same. The most expensive thing in life is time. It will cost a lot of time working for God. So what has changed? Our priorities.
Preached by Thomas Vananda on October 11, 2014 (Association Morning 1).
It's All or Nothing
1 John 2:15-17 (Part of the Does He Abide Within? series).
How many love the world more than you love God. What does it matter if you died and went to hell? The world has a lot to offer. There are those that are trading their testimonies for the things of the world. There are people all over claiming to be Christians but love the world and have never been saved. Think about where you desires are. Do you really love Jesus or would you rather be out doing something else?  If what you want revolves and is all about you, then it's not about God. All of the things that you do in the flesh, doesn't really matter at all. Are you just doing the "church thing"? God wants all of you not just some of you.
Preached by Tommy Boring on September 14, 2014 (Sunday Evening).
Get Over It!
1 John 2:7-11 (Part of the Does He Abide Within? series).
We are to love with all of our heart. It's easier said than done at times. Love is an action. John 13:24 It's difficult to love everyone. 1 John 4:10 The challenge is to love those that are unlovable. The greatest example of love was when God gave His only son for our sin sacrifice. If you're born again, the love of God lives inside you. Christ loved us when we were sinners and so should we with others. The love of God goes beyond our normal way of thinking. Think about how you love your enemy. Would you want God to love you that way? If you've lived any length of time, you've had your love broken by someone. God loves ALL sinners, even the ones that hate you. If you can't love your enemy, you need to make sure that Gods love is truly in you. The flesh says, revenge is mine, but a Christian can't live that way. 1 Cor 13:4-8
Preached by Tommy Boring on September 14, 2014 (Sunday Morning).
Have You Made Up Your Mind?
Daniel 3:1-13 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
We as a nation have begun to compromise with sin. God does not compromise on His word. The world we live in has built themselves a god. The god that they have built is a god of self, do as you will that makes you happy. There should be a decision that each of us must should make, which side are you on. Regardless of what the world says, God is always right. God has declared what is true. How many of you have swayed towards the world and away from Gods truth? There is no such place in the bible, Gods Word, that shows that He was tolerant of sin. Why would we think that what we think is right in Gods eyes? Have you made up your mind on who you are going to serve? Most things in your life simply doesn't matter. None of the saved are any different than any other sinner like a murderer, thief or drunk. The only thing in the world that has stand against the sin of the world is the church. Who is the church? If you love someone you will tell them the truth, not because you hate them. The world is not longer about God but about man. Jesus said He didn't come to bring peace to the world but to divide those for Him and against Him. 
Preached by Tommy Boring on August 31, 2014 (Sunday Evening).
The Process of Humility
Matthew 18:1-6 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
We can all be guilty with pride.  We should deal with it instead of making excuses for it. How often to we allow pride to cause us to act foolishly?  We find ourselves wanting to be higher than the next. The first thing we should know is that it doesn't matter where we come from, you will not get into Heaven based on that. There are people everywhere that think their goodness will get them into Heaven. Just as Jesus was humble during His abuse, we should also be the same. A lot can be learnt from small children. One is that they are dependent upon an adult or parent. We should be dependent upon God for He is our ONLY provider. Little children are void of malice, they will play with others no matter the other child. We as adults are not this way as we judge others and if someone crosses us we get angered. We are more concerned about, "me". Children are often in humility. When playing, they don't care who they are and are free thinkers. When we become adults we try to be something or someone that we are not. How can we humble ourselves? We must lose our lives to others and to God.the more humbled you become, the more God favors. If you choose not to humble yourself then God will cause you to be humbled. One way to humble yourself is to go back to the cross. Christ didn't deserve His death and scourging, but He did it for us ALL. Christ surrendered Himself for the will of another. So what happens when you live a humbled life? You will be abused and taken advantage of.
Preached by Tommy Boring on August 6, 2014 (Wednesday).
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