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Hebrews 9:1-15 (Part of the Communion Services series).
Jesus prayed in the garden for His fathers will to be done that if there was another way that it be done. God knew that it would take His son to remove the sins of the world therefore there was no other way. God gave the best He had for the sins of the world. Many people are proud of their sins and make them something of importance. When Jesus prayed in the garden He prayed that the cup be passed, so what was in the cup? Sin... He knew that he would have to take on and drink in the sin. The sin would become Him just as when we take of the wine. The sin also has a savor, a bitterness. We know that when Christ died on the cross that He drunk the entire cup of sin and took the bitter sting of death. Jesus, in the garden, knew what a He was about to go thru and therefore was in agony. He was under so much stress that He began to sweat blood. Jesus knew with every step of the way what was going on. The "court" was completely against Him and so was the people. Jesus was human but He was also God. His flesh was just that, flesh, it was weak but His spirit was strong and kept His flesh moving. With each step He took and each whip He withstood, He was lifting the sin filled cup closer and closer to His lips. Since the beginning of time the altar had cried out for a sacrifice. Adam and Eve had a sacrifice made for them in order to cover their nakedness. Lambs and doves were used as sacrifices for the sins of many in the temples. When Jesus gave a his life as a living sacrifice for everyone's sins, the altar was finally satisfied and it no longer cries out. One of the cries from the cross was, why did God turn away from Jesus? Sin will separate you from God. When Jesus took our sins upon Himself, the sin made a Him feel as if He was separated from God. Just as a Christian sins they feel a separation from God and must repent to get close to God again.
Preached by Thomas Vananda on June 2, 2017 (Communion).
In Remembrance
(Part of the Communion Services series).
We've come together this weekend to make ready. We come together to remember what Christ did for us. Our Fathers love is no different for one as it is for another. He called us all to preach, share the gospel to the lost of the world. Why did Christ come to earth as a man, to save us all from sin. We must be ready, blemish free just as the unleavened bread, flour and water. When the water is mixed with the flour it becomes one body. Jesus said to watch and be ready, just as the second coming. Just as the bread had to be broken, so was Jesus' flesh broken. Jesus was beaten because He had to be for our sins, He had to suffer. He was beat because He took our chastisement of sin. During Jesus' time the people cried to crucify Jesus because they only serve one God and that was Caesar. Caesar represents the world today and the people of today want to serve the world. The wine represents the blood of Christ. In order for wine to be made it must be pure and it's also alive. It didn't take a drop of His blood but all of it to clean us of our sins. Jesus had to pay our sin debt all alone because God turned His back on Him because God can't look upon sin. People that die lost will suffer darkness and great pain. Those of us that are saved will never feel that because Jesus took that from our death. Our feet are not washed because they are dirty. The custom was to wash your feet when you enter a house. We wash feet because we are all servants to each other, to stay humble to each other.
Preached by Arnold Whitehead on June 6, 2015 (Communion).
Your Sin Is Not Just Your Sin
Joshua 7:10-13 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
The price or penalty of sin affects many. If sin only affected the one that sinned, then it would be a different situation. We should know what's right and wrong but there is also that lives inside of a saved person that is a moral compass. If you willing sin, you offend the Holy Spirit and judgement will be required. It's never ok to sin no matter who says it's fine. When one feels the temptation of sin we should walk away from it. One can always claim an excuse of a sin but in the end, you know it's a sin. If you are saved and you do sin, God will chastise you if forgiveness is not asked. If you are confused about whether it's right or wrong, you need to seek Gods face. Romans 6:23 plainly states what sin will get you. Sin is a temporary happiness that will quickly turn to death. The warning to us all is that sin is not joy to God. God will not turn His back while you choose to sin. Sin has and will always be a choice to us all. Your sin could affect the church, the family and even your life. When you stand before God, you will no excuse, blame or any reason to why you chose to sin. There is no other price for sin but death. You can always hide your sin from others around you but God will always know. If you have sin and bring it to the church, it can hinder and quench the Spirit from working with others. Have you ever left a church service wondering what happened to the Spirit? Did you ever ask yourself, was I the reason the Spirit left? More than likely it was someone else camping out with their sin and trying to hide it from God. God knows and will not work when sin is abound. What good is something that you must hide?
Preached by Tommy Boring on May 31, 2015 (Sunday Evening).
Why Do Bad Things Happen?
Genesis 3:1-24 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
In the beginning everything was good and perfect. Sin was brought to man through satan. Once sin was brought into the world, God cursed people because of the wickedness. Sin causes mothers to kill their children. Sin causes fathers to leave their family and children. God didn't leave us in the sin though. He gave us a savior to save us from the sin if only we would believe in Him. God gave us all a free will to choose which path we will take in our lives. At some point in our lives we will all die. Once we die our bodies will return to the earth just as was spoken in Genesis'. After death we will be judged and at that point what we chose in our lives, whether we have accepted Christ as you savior will be brought forth. No savior, hell will be your eternal life. In our current life, people think we are smarter than each other including God. People think they do not need God because they have it all figured out. God created all things therefore He is smarter than anyone would ever want to be. John 3:16-21 People do not like the light because it makes them feel bad, guilty. No matter what you've done, God still loves you. Love God with all your heart above all things. Why, because He created you and everything around you. Love your neighbor like you love yourself.
Preached by Matthew Adams on January 21, 2015 (Wednesday).
Worrying About Nothing
Hebrews 12:18-29 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
When we think of Christ we think of love. We often think and began to worry about the worldly things which will all pass away. We also begin to feel sorry for ourselves because of illness or because we feel we need a certain thing. Jesus was the ultimate sacrifice. We should stop and think about what Christ has done for our soul when we start to be low in spirit. God gives us blessings but He can always take them away.
Preached by Lucas Boring on October 1, 2014 (Wednesday).
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