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It's About a Choice
Deuteronomy 30:15-20 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Many make Salvation a difficult thing. In the beginning God made Adam and Eve to have their own choice. There is nothing that you can do to separate you from the love of God. It's not difficult to make a decision, do you want life or death? God didn't make Adam or Eve love Him. He didn't make Moses to love Him, therefore He's not going to make you love Him either. You have a choice, He will not make you to be saved. The greatest of joys is to serve someone else. Have you made up your mind on who you will serve? One can't serve two gods, you will either love one and hate the other. No one is made to love God, it's a freedom that we all have whether we love Him. By default we are going to hell because we must choose God. It's an eternal choice that must be made once the invitation has been received because we don't know if we will take another breath. God wants you to choose Him because He loves you but in the end, it's completely up to you. Some keep going the wrong direction but expect different results. The table has been set full, the invitations have gone out, you're starving to death but, you just sit and watch other feast on the goodness of God. You can starve yourself to death. Have you made up your mind? Who are you going to serve? That simple choice will change you forever.
Preached by Tommy Boring on April 23, 2017 (Sunday Evening).
Deal With It!
Colossians 3:1-9 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
The truth is the bible whether anyone wants to believe it or not. There are things that we all have problems lining up with. The things that separate us from Christ and the joys that behold Him are worldly and sinful. Col 3:5 We want to excuse ourselves of certain things just because we don't want to deal with those sins. The problem with a living sacrifice is that it keeps squirming and never sits still. We should stop fornicating. Fornication is sex at any measure outside of marriage. Uncleanness is lewd and unclean thoughts and should be repented of. Inordinate affections are vile desires, homosexuality. Evil concupiscence is evil lusts, murder. These four things are fleshly lusts. Covetousness is the lust of the eyes, love of the world. Theses things are often tied to the pride of life, anger, wrath, malice, blasphemy, and filthy communication. Anger should always be taken care of and not dwelt on. Wrath is similar to anger and is a product of it. Wrath is somewhat you should have dealt with and usually requires forgiveness of the worldly enemy. Wraths revenge is malice. Blasphemy is speaking evil. The tongue is like the rudder of a large ship, it's small but turns the entire ship. Blasphemy and filthy communication is due to the anger, wrath and malice that comes out verbally. Our speech should be the one thing that when others hear it they know it's of Christ. God hates a lie because it's the opposite of truth. One might think, it's just a little white lie. One should be careful because if it doesn't line up with Gods Word, it's wrong whether you think it was little or not. One of the reasons why we should deal with the above sins, Col 3:6 those things are what a lost person does. If you're saved and do those things then you're living in sin and asking for Gods wrath because you're living a hypocrites life. The saved knows the difference between doing those sinful things and living in Gods love. If a person still wants the old stuff, then your lost. When you're saved you no longer desire the sinful nature because you're a new person in Christ.
Preached by Tommy Boring on September 4, 2016 (Sunday Morning).
Simple Belief
Romans 5:12-15 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
People do not like to be told that they are sinners. You're not a sinner because you sin, you sin because you are a sinner. Our culture is told to tolerate sin however God does not tolerate sin, He hates it. If there is not guilt for sin in your life then you must ask if you've been born again. Religion will not purge your sin. Being a "good person" is also not a way to forgive sin. When the law of God speaks to us when we sin, we have no excuse. But many do not see sin. Romans 3:23, Gal 3:22, 1 John 1:8, we have all sinned and are therefore sinners. If it violates the Word of God then it makes it sin. There will not be any sin in Heaven, so how does a sinner get there? You must first have God speak to you to reveal to you that you are a sinner. Baptizing, sprinkling or dedicating someone when they are born will not remove their sins. One can't make God NOT love them. The penalty for sin is death, Romans 6:23. There must be a sacrifice of blood to cover sin, this was done at Calvary by Jesus Christ. The flesh is mortal and it dies daily and it is also sinful. Once you accept Jesus by asking for forgiveness for your sins He will come into you inward soul and remove the sin. If someone asks you, "Would you like to be saved?" You would certainly answer yes. Repeating a prayer from a person will not save you because it comes from a person and if God did not invite you, then you can't be saved. Did you know that the satan's demons and even satan himself believe there is a God? The only way to go to hell is to NOT believe in Jesus Christ. Not in the mind but in the heart. As believers we can get into a state where we stop repenting. This is were the flesh that remains sinful is not cleaned from sin. It must be cleaned and washed clean so that it doesn't mar the inward soul.
Preached by Tommy Boring on July 26, 2015 (Sunday Morning).
Spoiled Brats with Clean Hands
Philippians 2:5-11 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Jesus didn't come to earth for himself but for us. Christ came to fulfill the will of God and we should do the same. We should be centered about others and not self. We should be of the same kind of Jesus Christ, seeking others, helping others, serving others. When Jesus, the king of kings was born, He left His riches behind once He became flesh. He was born into poverty. How many times are we worried about ourselves? We should not focus on ourselves. We've all got a problem or two. We at times say we could never be like Christ, but that's not true. To be Christlike we should give unto our neighbor far more than they need. If our neighbor asks for a shirt, we should not only give them our shirt but our jacket too. We often complain about every little thing. But we should stop complaining and realize that's it's not all about us. Others suffer more than we do. How many times do we wake up and the first thing we think of is ourselves? We sometimes think we have are a great Christian, but God says there is no one that is good. How many times are you willing to give up your time for others and Christ? If you seen or knew of someone in need, would you help them? If you knew of someone that were lost, would you love them?
Preached by Tommy Boring on February 15, 2015 (Sunday Evening).
The Curse
Genesis 3:17-24 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Man can not get rid of or remove the curse of sin. Sin is what brought forth the curse. Man can not judge nor condemn. Put yourself on both sides of a balancing scale. Now think of the center point of the scale. It must be perfectly in the center. John 6:35-40 From the beginning, God gave man power over the devil through Jesus. The Word of God exposes sin so that we may rid ourselves of it. The devil told a lie in the beginning and he's still telling them today. There is life after the grave.
Preached by Ricky Boring on December 14, 2014 (Sunday Morning).
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