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We Need to Rebuild the Altar of God
1 Kings 18:30-39 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Mans heart is continually evil when there's no God in it. We all have a God shaped hole that can only be answered and filled by God Himself. It's not enough we come to church and nod at the preacher and pray little prayers. Prayer needs to be a two way straight. Our relationship with God should be a two way relationship. That's how we grow. Pray! Things don't happen because we don't pray. We need to repair the altars. How do they get broken down? 1. On purpose - willfully contrary to God living as if they have no God. 2. Weak - some who have not grown in the Lord neglected the truth and need to use what God has given them. If God can do all things then why are they not happening? Because we didn't ask. These small prayers of food and clothes are already provided for. We should seek God for the extraordinary. Altars are necessary points of intersection. Most of us pray selfish prayers. We've not surrendered to the will of God. If you get serious with God, He'll get serious with you. There's a reason to pray for the souls of mankind that need intercession. A sacrifice is involved at the altar of God in order to get right with God. We must get rid of something. The altar of God is a place of intercession and sacrifice. Prayer is a dialogue and not a monologue. Anything you rely on that's not God is Baal, a false god. The altars of God are also of faith. The altar was established for the people to restore the people back to God. When you pray, believe God can do the things you ask and He will. When you truly commit yourself to prayer your life will change. The altar is also a place of action. Gods children are more than spectators. We have an active work to do. Every member of the body of God is expected to carry the load. Not just a few but everyone should do their part. We have to respond as a people to God in order to see prayers answered and live changed.
Preached by Tommy Boring on October 2, 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).
Afraid of Worship
(Part of the Miscellaneous series).
When was the last time you went into His chamber and danced? When do you go into His court and simply praise Him? Sell out to God and you'll find something greater than the world. How can you get enough of God out of one service to not want to come back on Sunday and Wednesday nights? When we look on every corner we've all got problems and the enemy stands against us, but God is for us and nothing can stand against God. Praise God for that! Seems like people back in the day were more apt to shout for God. When we step into the church house we step into a place of holiness. If shouting embarrasses you, you might be in the wrong place. Heaven will be full of shouting. We should all get to the point where the "can't help it"'s take over. We worry about things when we shouldn't. Nothing can touch you until it goes through God first. Sunday's are not the only time to rest and experience God. We can all experience God at anytime that we lay ourselves down and lift up His name. What hinders us is others and what they may think of us.
Preached by Tommy Boring on January 4, 2015 (Sunday Evening).
Too Hard For God
Jeremiah 32:26-27 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Is God capable of doing anything? Do you think God can help you with your trials and tribulations? We struggle with having the faith as small as a mustard seed. Do you think God knows what you're going through. When you get to your lowest, God is about to lift you up. Everything that we do is of God, a reflection. Isaiah 51:1-2 Why are our churches not growing? It's because of us. Mark 6:4-6 Our lack of faith and unbelief is what quenches the Spirit of God.
Preached by Jeff Patton on March 9, 2014 (Sunday Evening).
Mountains and Mole Hills
Matthew 18:15-20 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Regardless if you've served God or not, you've ran into a time where you've hurt someone or someone has hurt you. God has clearly given us directions on how to deal with hurt. Everyone is guilty of having pride. We must always have ahold of our pride. There are people everywhere that are hurt. Being hurt is real and suffer everyday. If we are hurt by someone, we are to go to them and tell them the fault or hurt. We should be humble enough to forgive them of that hurt. One can say all they want that they are serving God but until you humble to one another one is not. If one isn't willing to forgive others then God will not forgive. The world will tell you that you should keep it to yourself and once you are really sorry, then, you are to go to them to say sorry. Pride keeps us from fixing the hurt. What happens when you allow an injury to go unattended? When Jesus hung on the cross, He removed the hate towards others. If you've got a problem with someone, that relationship is never repaired until we go to them about it. We don't fight against each other, we fight against the devils (spiritual).
Preached by Tommy Boring on December 8, 2013 (Sunday Morning).
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