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How To Be Happy
Psalm 1:1-6 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
What's going on in our world right now? Just a few years ago folks loved to worship God and couldn't wait to worship God and depending on God for everything. The devil has come to steal, kill and destroy. For all of us there is two parts to us, a flesh and a spiritual. Blessed is the man that doesn't walk with the world. Satan doesn't want us to tell anyone about the goodness of God or invite folks or even yourself to church. So how can a man or woman be happy? There is only one thing that can make one happy. Which would you rather have, something that's temporary or something that's eternal?
  • To truly be happy you must be born again. You must personally know Jesus Christ.
  • A prayer life is the next thing to have happiness. If you have a prayer life you can stay close to God.
  • Stay in your bible, make a set time to read His word. It will help you stand when you can't stand on your own.
  • You must also be a committed Christian. You should be committed to God, your church membership and your fellow Christian brothers and sisters.
  • One should also be assured in Jesus Christ and His word. The time is fast approaching to His second coming. The signs are right in front of us and are taking place every second, everyday.
  • We must believe the Word. Just because the pastor says it doesn't mean it's the gospel. The pastor is just as human s the next and we should know the bible and its life and not the pastors or anyone else's.
Preached by Tim Martin on August 13, 2017 (Sunday Evening).
In a Storm? Seek Refuge.
Psalm 46:1-3 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
When we have a need in our life all we have to do is put our trust in God and He will see us thru. God is our refuge in our times of need and despair. Too many go out and search for peace in worldly things. God didn't call us to rest, He called us to battle the enemy. He understands though we need to rest at times. The church building is not a place of refuge because it can be destroyed. You will find peace and refuge within Jesus anywhere you can pray and kneel before Him. How long do you travel before you pray to God? If you've got a heart for God, you WILL be in a storm. What one sows they shall reap. There are people everywhere that are in a desperate need. It will come when we will have to take a stand for what you believe in. When you need the strength to make it one more day, God is the strength. If you live in sin and think that God will help you, you're wrong. God will not hear your prayers of help if you hold on to the sin in your life. What is the first thing you do when trouble hits?
Preached by Tommy Boring on July 15, 2015 (Wednesday).
An Abundance of Mercy
Psalm 89:1-7 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Mercy is kind and gentle treatment to one that has no right to it. Matthew 5:45 God has mercy for us all. People live in such a rebellious nature towards God and yet God still causes the sun to rise. We have no right to the air we breathe. One doesn't have to be saved to experience the mercy of God. Romans 5:8 God loves those that do not love Him. Gods mercies is for His family. Justice is death but mercy saves. People can't figure out if God is worth serving. People are either for Him today but going against God the next. But God has mercy for those for ALL of us. Matthew 9:27 God is merciful to individuals. Matthew 15:22 God has mercy on those that ask for mercy. Titus 3:3-5 Where would we be if it wasn't for Gods mercies? Hebrews 4:16 All that He asks, is for you to come and ask.
Preached by Tommy Boring on August 10, 2014 (Sunday Evening).
Investing In Our Tears
Psalm 126:1-6 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Their are people all around us that are held captive by sin. When people look at your life can they see that God has done great things? Even when we are on top of the spiritual mountain there is still something to pray for. Even in rejoicing there is still trouble all around. We will never have ultimate joy until we the saved get to heaven. It's truly a miracle that God saves a lost, but joy is short lived due to the thought of repentance shortly to come. Continue to pray for those that are struggling, sowing in weeping. In the end, there will be joy for the sowing of love.
Preached by Tommy Boring on May 25, 2014 (Sunday Evening).
Bitter Lemons into Sweet Lemonade
Psalm 130:1-6 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Romans 5:3-4 When we see ourselves we see the faults but we mask them from everyone else. We are all human and by being humans, we all have faults. How many times have you felt like you had no other choice but to cry rout for Gods help? How long will we live as if we have control over anything? Don't despise the trials and the difficulties in life, cry out to God for help. You will only grow when you're in the valley. If you've been a Christian for any length of time, you've been to the depths of a trial. God will take away everything around you that you depend on until there is nothing else but Him for you to depend on. If you've been saved then you've got a father that knows ALL things. Stop blaming everything on the devil that's bad. God puts you through trials to build your faith. The blind man wasn't born blind because of sin, he was born blind for the Glory of God.
Preached by Tommy Boring on April 30, 2014 (Wednesday).
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