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Toad Stranglers & Fossil Fuels
Romans 1:20 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
There is a book with all the answers. At some point you will have to decide which you believe in. The Word of God never claims with evolution. Time is the one clear indication of creation. Genesis 1:1 this was the beginning, the start of it all. Gen 1:5 A single day was declared as 24 hours, evening to morning. The world will declare that one day is millions of years. The second problem with evolution is the theory itself. God created a man by the dust, perfect and good in His own image. He then said, it was good, done, finished. He then said that the man needed a helpmate. So he put the man to sleep and removed a rib from the man and created a woman from it. He then said it was good, done, finished. Not only did God create humans, but He also created each and every living thing. Have you ever looked at ALL of His creation and thought how everything was simply a mistake, accident? Evolutionist think this way. The evidence of creation versus evolution is all the same. If the bible stated there was a worldwide flood and buried everything alive, one would think we could find proof of that. What do scientist dig for daily in a particular layer of dirt. What do our vehicles operate on and where did it come from? Evolution has declared that death throughout and then there is better life. The missing link is something that can't be proved, the process of becoming better. Creation started with life, perfect life. Sin came in and they were cursed to die. Death is the consequence for sin and the world doesn't want consequences and therefore creates a different way around it. One can always make something out of something but it takes a God to create something out of nothing.
Preached by Tommy Boring on March 9, 2014 (Sunday Morning).
The Chapter of Lost Things
Luke 15:1-10 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Every single person is a sinful sinner. All they had to do to become a sinners is to be born. Without the shedding of blood there will be no salvation. In order for something to be lost, it has to be owned first. There are four common elements to this passage. Each item that was lost were possessed first. The parables is referring to backslid people. How many times have you found yourself following satan instead of God? The next thing is that each item is lost not to be confused with salvation but with missing. All of us that have been saved have all gone astray at some point. The further the parable goes, the stronger and more serious it gets. Being backslid is simply getting off the path and that have lost their way. The third thing about these parables is that the items lost were searched for. The difference between the items lost is that the sheep doesn't have the sense to go back. The coin can't go back on its own. The human has to make a choice to go back. In all cases, the final point is that the owner found the items. We as humans have no idea if a person is saved or not. They can profess to us that they've been saved but they are not possessed by God. Being baptized will not save you from hell. Another thing that they all have in common is that when the items were found, the owners rejoiced. Being backslid and feeling ashamed doesn't change the value of you and His love towards you.
Preached by Tommy Boring on February 2, 2014 (Sunday Morning).
The Never-ending Battle
Romans 7:21-8:1 (Part of the Spiritual Maturity series).
The flesh is strong but the Spirit is stronger. As long as you're alive you will always have an enemy and war to battle.
Preached by Tommy Boring on June 13, 2012 (Wednesday).
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