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Long Suffering But Not Ever Suffering
2 Peter 3:3-10 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
God only promised one opportunity to be saved, only one time will He invite you. We should be thankful for the chastening that God does to us. The chastening indicates that He loves us and wants what's best for us in His image. God shows us patience over and over and yet He doesn't have to. There are times we as Christians choose to go against what God has told us to do. During those times of disobedience God is longsuffering to us. At times we seem to think that if we can't see Him then we won't get caught, just the same as a child acts away from their parents. But God is all knowing and can see everywhere and everything. During those times of disobedience there will come a time where Gods longsuffering will come to an end and He will draw a line in the sand. He will show up when you're least expecting Him and place a stopping point. If you choose to step over the line that He has drawn then you've forced Him to remove the problem. Just as a disobedient child and a loving parent. The child will be warned to obey but there will come a time when the child disobeys to the point that the parent must intervene and remove the child's pleasures. If you're a child of a God and are living in disobedience, it's no surprise when He deals with you. God is raising children and He is trying to grow us into His likeness. If you're walking thru your Christian life and you know God is chastening you, count it a blessing because you're one of His. Gods patiences does and will run out. Don't push Him till His patiences runs out on you.
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on March 7, 2018 (Wednesday).
The Kinsman Redeemer
Ruth 2:1 (Part of the Ruth 2 series).
Three requirements. Financial, relation, and willing. The relation (family name) must go on therefore they must be of a relative of the same family, linked. Jesus is of our family and He is closer than a brother. One can't take on more family members without being able to take care of them financially. Jesus is also financially capable. There was a price that was required for your soul to save it from hell. The price was blood and it had to be perfect. The search went out for the perfect blood and none was found but Jesus Christ. The bible also states the God owns the cattle of a thousand hills. He is the creator and the provider of all things. The third and final requirement of a kinsman is to be willing. One thing we are sure of is the willingness of Jesus. He was willing to be sacrificed for the sinners soul. He is willing to help in the time of need. He is always willing! To simply put it to each person, you can not make it without Jesus. You might get a taste of moving forward but without Jesus you'll die lost and live for eternity in hell. Jesus is always there with His arms open wide asking you to simply come to Him.
Preached by Tommy Boring on March 20, 2016 (Sunday Morning).
Go Back If You Can
Ruth 1:15-18 (Part of the Ruth 1 series).
What are you holding onto? Religion, family, church, etc but none of that will save you from hell. The attendance to a church will not matter in the end. The only thing that will matter is why you were or not in attendance. Matthew 8, If you love your parents more than God, they have become your god. Luke 9, Jesus did not say we should not care for our families but to make sure that the motive isn't worshiping them. Some are holding onto something that will drag them straight to hell. You just let go of it and turn to God. Luke 17, Lots wife turned back because she couldn't let her sin go. If you make a choice to follow Christ (Salvation) then you've made a decision to never turn your back on Him. 2 Peter 2, One can NOT keep themselves saved. If it's of their own "salvation" they will soon turn to what they truly are, a sinner that is lost. Will you stay with Jesus? Who are the people of God? People fall all the time but there is a difference in falling and going back. Falling means you'll get back up, going back means you never had it to begin with. Joshua 24:14-15
Preached by Tommy Boring on March 13, 2016 (Sunday Morning).
Teach a Child in the Way it Should Go
1 Samuel 3:1-10 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Giving the best to your children, Jesus. Teach them that in the time of their struggles to rely on God. We as parents have a major responsibility to bring up our children in a Godly way. Police your children and what they encounter whether it be the television, radio, schools or other homes. We as adults will be gone and our children will take over at that point. Your children need to see and hear us as parents pray and trust God. Prayer has been removed schools and the government. Just because you're a Christian doesn't mean that your child will also be a Christian. What keeps one out of hell is not someone else's salvation but theirs only.
Preached by Tommy Boring on February 14, 2016 (Sunday Evening).
Peace, Be Still
Mark 4:35-41 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
In our lives we will all have storms. We will run around crazy trying to figure out what to do when they come all along forgetting about the one that has full control over the storms. We also want to question God and ask why it's taking God so long to help you. We would all be a lot better off if we just asked God and have patience that God has all the control and it will be alright. A lot of us simply need to trust in God. We forget that He lives inside us if we are saved. So many struggle with things because we try to fix it ourselves.
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on November 4, 2015 (Wednesday).
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