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Through The Eyes Of A Blind Man
John 9:1-41 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
There are many that find that the only way to Heaven is Jesus. Many of cults and religions find it offensive that there is but only one way. Now the story of the blind man has several points but we will focus on just two. The church didn't know this blind man that lived in their own community. The first thing they did was to challenge who Jesus was saying the He wasn't of God. Jesus Christ was God incarnate. There are religions out there today that claim that Jesus was just a man as you and I. The second statement was that Jesus Christ was a sinner because He did this act on a sabbath day. The blind man could see who Jesus Christ is but the church could not. The blind man asked the church to prove themselves in Moses' law where a person received their sight. There was only one person that could heal a person that was born blind and that was Jesus Christ, God. There is only one prayer that God will hear from a sinner and is the prayer of forgiveness of their sins to be saved. A lot of sinners pray but they waste their time and breath because God will not hear them because they are not His. Christ was sinless and on the cross He took upon all the sins of the world become a sacrifice for us all that would be live in on Him.
Preached by Tommy Boring on February 10, 2019 (Sunday Evening).
Try the Spirit, Believe not Everything
1 John 3:24-4:6 (Part of the Does He Abide Within? series).
The most important thing to know is if Jesus Christ lives inside you. There seems to be a doctrine for every person out there. They take and change the Word of God for their own agenda. It's good to learn as much as you can of the Word of God but man didn't call men to preach. Only God can call a man out to preach. Some preachers are quiet, some are loud, some are short winded and some long. False prophets are running rampant in this day and time. There are cults on every corner. One doesn't need a doctrine in theology to understand the Word of God. If it doesn't stand up with the Word of God, then don't follow it. We should be open minded because we don't know all of what God has in store for us. A spirit doesn't come without a body. Spirits have to have a body to possess. When one comes to you and tries to pull you in, try its spirit to make sure in lines up with Gods Word. When you run into issues in your life and you always call your pastor with them, you're going to the wrong "friend". You need to seek God and not a friend or preacher for you help all the time. You should learn the Spirit that lives inside you and not believe every single outward spirit you hear. In order to know the false spirits you must have and KNOW you have the Spirit of God living inside you. So how do you know that He lives inside you? First off it's not about a feeling. Just because you've had goosebumps or the hair raised up on your neck doesn't mean that the Holy Spirit lives inside you. Jesus Christ was sent from His Father as a virgin birth and was crucified for our sins and rose on the third day.  If Jesus Christ didn't come to earth in the flesh then the doctrine is false. We encourage you to study the religions and their doctrines for the truth. If their entire doctrine does not line up with with the Son of God coming to earth and being crucified, then it's false and of the antichrist. Don't be troubled by the cults and false doctrines because if you are of Christ, then He is greater than those and lives inside you.
Preached by Tommy Boring on October 15, 2014 (Wednesday).
Don't You Talk About My Momma!
Exodus 20:7 (Part of the Revival 2013 series).
We love you only because Christ loved us first.  The Lord wants to heal your heart. Our father knows what we have need of before you ask. It's important we don't use his name in vain. He must increase and I must decrease. Do not be as the hypocrites are and have vain repetitions. Instead of asking for something, repent! We can accomplish something if we don't pray in vain. You can't praise him with sin in your heart. The name of Jesus should be honored and lifted up. Do you worship in vain?  Too many people want to speak but you should be slow to speak and quick to listen.  No more is it a chore to come to Gods house. Sometimes your lost buddies or your lost families are expecting something from you. But, your heart must be near to him. They believed because they were preaching in the power and demonstration of the Holy Ghost. The results are immediate. If you love him you will keep his commandments. Quite making a mess out of his name. God gives the increase. The men who were led by the Holy Ghost made progress. Cry out to Jesus! We are too relaxed. There's only one great one! The only sustainability is the blood of Jesus Christ. You can't take a break from god and expect to just pick up where you left off. People fight over money or power but without Jesus it's all in vain. If your program is not seasoned with the Holy Ghost it isn't profitable. You can't put anybody's name with Jesus to break free of sin. There's something wrong if the name of Jesus doesn't cause you to recognize what he did for you. Many called but few are chosen. Everything you say or do should speak Jesus. Before revival you have to comprehend the name of Jesus. We are proud of ourselves. Anything you do is in vain if you aren't right with god. Call upon the name of The Lord while he may be found. We are required to live right. We have in our man made products but lacking in the trust of god. Satan himself was vain. Pride will keep people from true salvation. God allowed his only lamb to cleanse your sin. Have you said the name of The Lord in vain. Will you enter the kingdom of heaven. Anytime you say his name in a useless way it's saying his name in vain.
Preached by Jeremy McNally on June 19, 2013 (Revival).
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