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The Process of Humility
Matthew 18:1-6 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
We can all be guilty with pride.  We should deal with it instead of making excuses for it. How often to we allow pride to cause us to act foolishly?  We find ourselves wanting to be higher than the next. The first thing we should know is that it doesn't matter where we come from, you will not get into Heaven based on that. There are people everywhere that think their goodness will get them into Heaven. Just as Jesus was humble during His abuse, we should also be the same. A lot can be learnt from small children. One is that they are dependent upon an adult or parent. We should be dependent upon God for He is our ONLY provider. Little children are void of malice, they will play with others no matter the other child. We as adults are not this way as we judge others and if someone crosses us we get angered. We are more concerned about, "me". Children are often in humility. When playing, they don't care who they are and are free thinkers. When we become adults we try to be something or someone that we are not. How can we humble ourselves? We must lose our lives to others and to God.the more humbled you become, the more God favors. If you choose not to humble yourself then God will cause you to be humbled. One way to humble yourself is to go back to the cross. Christ didn't deserve His death and scourging, but He did it for us ALL. Christ surrendered Himself for the will of another. So what happens when you live a humbled life? You will be abused and taken advantage of.
Preached by Tommy Boring on August 6, 2014 (Wednesday).
God With Us
Matthew 1:20-23 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Isn't it about time that you surrender to Him? God desire is to be with man and to have a true relationship. From the very beginning of time He walked with man, then sin came into mans life. Sin separates man from God. We shouldn't be into anything that God isn't in. Strip away everything around you, family, health and wealth, if God is not the only thing you have left, then you're lost. Something that can't be described is the presence of God in ones life. A God that can control the clouds, wind and the rain. Why wouldn't one want that on their side? God is everywhere, He's not only around you but He also can dwell inside you if you've been saved. Don't make God your copilot, allow Him to be your pilot.
Preached by Tommy Boring on September 1, 2013 (Sunday Morning).
What Happens When You Don't Do It
Matthew 24:12 (Part of the 210th Original Tennessee Association of Primitive Baptist series).
We sit back and wonder where the people are all the while we don't do what God tells us. We leave God at the church step or leave Him at home. God called us to be a full time servant, not a Sunday and Wednesday attender. Being a Christian may not be the popular way but its the right way. You might think you've got your lifestyles hidden but people know. Stop being people pleasers and become God pleasers. Definition of a Christian is to be Christ like, can you call yourself, Christ like? People get offended because of Christians, it's time to stand up for Christ's sake and stop cowering. The devil starts with something small then adds another, then another until it effects you and the ones you love. Are you showing the world that there's nothing to being a Christian?
Preached by Brian Whitehead on October 13, 2012 (Association Evening 1).
What Have You Come Here For?
Matthew 11:7-15 (Part of the Revival series).
Was it revival, the clothes, someone or was it possible that you didn't want to be nagged that brought you to the service? Were you forced to go?
Preached by Jeff Patton on April 1, 2012 (Sunday Evening).
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