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The Laver
Exodus 30:17-21 (Part of the Tabernacle, Covenant and a Priest series).
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The Laver

The laver basically means round. It was round at the top and round at the bottom. Running water was a must as it could not be stagnant water.

The sacrifice was already made by the time the laver was used. One must be prepared by using the laver before going into the presence of God. We must all prepare to meet God. We should all stop and think about who God is and if we are preparing ourselves to go before Him.

There was life in the water. God told Moses to strike a rock and water began to run to give life to those that were thirsty. The lady at the well was told that Jesus Christ can provide a water that a person would never thirst again. There is also a fountain of water that flows from under Christ's throne.

There are things that we touch, that we see, that we involve ourselves in that are of the world that should be purged of. Imagine the priest standing at the laver, rubbing and searching, rubbing and searching just to make sure that he was clean before God. God said that if the priest was not clean prior to coming before Him that he would be struck dead.

There are things that we do on a daily basis are likely many sinful things. This is because we are of the flesh and the flesh is sinful.

James 4:8 we should draw closer to God BUT we should cleans our hands (sins, repent) before doing so. If you're a Christian and are having a problem getting your prayers thru to God, make sure your life is cleansed from sin. God will not hear you if you're in sin because He can see/hear over the sin. Ephesians 5:26 Christ gave Himself to the church but He is the water that washes away and removes our sins. Once we are saved, all of our sins on the inside are forgiven and removed forever BUT the outward flesh is sinful and should be cleaned often.

Preached by Tommy Boring on August 6, 2017 (Sunday Evening).
Will You Wait For A Second Chance?
Daniel 4:28-30 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Daniel knew that God could help him but ahead had to ask first, he had to do something first. All of our lives are incomplete and unfinished. When something comes together and you feel as if everything is going good for you, don't slip up and think YOU got yourself there. God is the only one that could get you to the place that you're in with His mighty blessings. King Nebuchadnezzar had to be changed from the inside out in order for him to eat the grass as like a cow. The king was warned and told to change but he decided to not hear that. Will you make that same choice? You're not promised like the king, seven years to think about it. One time is all that God said He would call your name. One of the lies from the devil is, "if Jesus could do just this one thing". Jesus did it all on the cross for your sins. No amount of miracles or healing can prove His love or to change your mind. Repentance postponed is a ticket to Hell.
Preached by Steve Howard on June 18, 2017 (Sunday Evening).
Do You Believe?
John 11:20-26 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
We all have an appointed time that we ALL will not pass and that's death. John 3 John speaks of being born again. We usually get caught up in things here that usually do not matter but we never think about the eternity. It's really easy to say, I know who Jesus is. Rom 10:9 One must truly KNOW Jesus in order to know Him. Ask most anyone and they'll claim that there a Christian but there is usually no evidence. People have all kinds of testimonies but there is one thing that should take place and that's Jesus calling your name. One can't hear Jesus until Jesus opens your heart and allows you to know that you're lost. God is not the author of confusion and if you're struggling with possibly being saved, seek God and ask Him about your salvation. We are all going to face death, sickness and struggles. Many times we make salvation hard but it's man that makes it difficult. The simplicity of salvation just believing in Jesus Christ. John 16:29-33 Greater is Who is in you than that, that is in the world. But in order to have Him, you must be born again. Mat 15:13-17 Who do you say who Jesus is Monday thru Saturday? It's life or death! Do you truly KNOW Jesus?
Preached by Jeff Patton on February 22, 2017 (Wednesday).
This Then Is The Message (Part 2)
1 John 1:5-10 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
There is only one truth and if you miss it then your eternity will be spent in hell. If you've been born again than you can't be consumed by the darkness of the world. Three mistakes are usually made. The first is the lie of walking in the light but are lost and in darkness. If darkness rules in your life then you need to examine your life. Where and what is your greatest desire? If you've been born again and sin, then there is a pain that begins until we are forgiven for that sin. Mistake number two is saying we have no sin in our lives. Everyone is a sinner, we all sin whether we are lost or saved. The bible clearly states that we are all sinners and come short of the glory of God. The third mistake is if we say we haven't sinned then we make God a liar therefor the Word is not in us. It's often painful to ask for forgiveness but, if we confess our sins then God will forgive us.
Preached by Tommy Boring on December 11, 2016 (Sunday Evening).
Headed Back to the Pig Pen
Matthew 12:22-35 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
What is the blasphemy of the Holy Ghost? Any and all sins can and will be forgiven by God if but only asked for the forgiveness. There's no big or little sin. Christ died for those that we claim is our enemies. So what is the sin that separates you from Jesus Christ? It's the one that you've never asked forgiveness for. How many religions are there in the world today? The religion doesn't matter because there is only two types of people, the lost and the saved. Your either with God or against him. We see churches pop up and then fall. We see Christians grow and do great things and then fall. In both cases the fall is due to a simple sin that was never forgiven or taken care of. How can a Christian serve a god that sends people to hell? The fact is, the question is wrong, God doesn't send them to hell, the person made a choice that hell is where they wanted to be by denying God. Isaiah 59:1-2 Sins are a separators between you and Jesus. Praying and asking God for forgiveness and then turning around and picking them right back up is choosing to live in it. We ALL need to make a choice. First, you had to make a choice whether you'll have God as your Lord and Savior. The next choice is to follow Christ and to serve Him completely.
Preached by Jeff Patton on September 28, 2016 (Wednesday).
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