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Denying Ones Self
Matthew 16:24-26 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
You must give up yourself completely to God. A choice is made daily whether you will deny yourself and follow God. If you found yourself in the pits of hell you would give anything to not be there. The lost will have at least one opportunity to make a choice whether they will deny themselves and accept Jesus and His salvation. Those that are saved also have a choice whether they will deny themselves over Christ. If we want to be blessed of God then we MUST deny ourselves. The power of the church is leaving because we've let the flesh overtake us. It's a constant battle to overcome the flesh thru Christ. You money and other earthly possessions will ALL burn up in the end. The only thing that will stand is the work that has been done in His name. The flesh wants items in this world just because it's a lustful being. How often do you allow your tongue to ruin your witness or ruin denying yourself? It takes much discipline to walk in Christ's will. Do you find yourself wasting time for yourself during a free time?
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on February 17, 2016 (Wednesday).
The Authority
Exodus 20:1-2 (Part of the God's Top Ten series).
If there is anything that is eternal, it's the Word of God. We live as if there are no laws. We've taken the purest form of law and thrown them out of the court houses. Jesus was not sent to remove the laws, he came to remove the Jewish (man-made) laws. God has authority over everyone, He made you, therefore He has authority over you.
Preached by Tommy Boring on August 29, 2012 (Wednesday).
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