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Privileged Beyond... (Part 1)
Hebrews 10:19-21 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
One of the greatest privileges of being a Christian is that we can come before Him. Many others have idols they bow down to but they are only idols and nothing more. Prior to the ultimate sacrifice of Jesus Christ, animals were given as a blood sacrifice and only the priest could go before God in the temple. After Christ gave His life for our sins as the ultimate sacrifice then we can now go before God boldly. When the veil was opened not only did it allow anyone to look in and walk around, it opened the door for God to be let for the rest of the world, everyone. God was preparing a new way for sinners to be saved and when Jesus was crucified the new way was complete. It's difficult to explain how God presence can engulf a believer in any place at any time. It's hard to comprehend that God is always around and is always in our presence. Our first privilege is that God would allows us to be in His presence. God sent Himself as a man to earth to live as a man, feel pain as a man, die as a man and to take upon Himself every sin that would ever be committed. The difference between God and all of those other gods is that God is alive. Our other privilege as a Christian is that we have a mediator that is always there and does not require a blood sacrifice each time we go to the God.
Preached by Tommy Boring on October 26, 2016 (Wednesday).
At The Heart Of Sin Is The Sin In The Heart
Exodus 20:17-21 (Part of the God's Top Ten series).
"At the heart of sin is the sin in the heart" W. Wiersby. If we could get the first and last commandment then the others would fall into place. Covetousness started in the Garden of Eden. Satan twists God's Word and anything he can to get you to sin. If you are living in sin, don't expect God to bless you in your wants and needs. Covetousness is idolatry and lust. If God is your savior then He is your provider so there is no need to covet. If you don't have it and God will not provide it, then you don't need it. If you are not born again, the your battle is at a loss already. Ask God to teach, give, make, and incline you to do God's will.
Preached by Tommy Boring on October 21, 2012 (Sunday Morning).
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