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A Dead Dog From Lodebar
2 Samuel 4:4 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Man is lame without God. We are not able to do anything without God. We can't pull ourselves out of the sinful pit. Some people see God as a judgmental being. Just as the nurse in this scripture, we had someone that "nursed" us unto salvation. These nurses only care for the soul and nothing more and prayed for the salvation of it. Back in this time, a lame person couldn't work and had to fully depend on others for their care. Just in this time we have folks that are lame and are in need of care. We are quick to judge those that have fallen into tough times. A lot of people think the church is for the saints but it's actually a place of refuge. The last thing a person should think is that they'd be judged by those "church folks". As long a person is in the flesh there will always be a handicap. When people think of you a church goer, do they think they could be loved at your church? Did you know it's better to not make a vow than to make one and not keep it? Just as in this time, the king inquired of a person that he cared about, this still happens today. God the king of all things inquires of the dead dogs, sinners, of this world and invites them in. As Mephibosheth had nothing to offer the king but he bowed before the king. He responded properly to the king, have you? Mephibosheth had nothing at all but when he went before the king, the king gave him everything. When you respond to the calling of God the King, He will give you everything that's His. God loved us first. He wants to give you something that you can't even wrap your mind around. He is preparing a place just for you to live for eternity. All you have to do is accept His calling. Mephibosheth was lame but was feed by the goodness of the kings table continuously. We are just the same once we've been saved. Mephibosheth asked the king why he cared anything for him. Jesus loves us just as the king but can offer so much more.
Preached by Tommy Boring on June 17, 2018 (Sunday Morning).
Privileged Beyond... (Part 3)
1 John 3:1-2 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
We have been made His children. To understand that we must go back to know where we've come from. Have you ever thought about the love of God that would cause Him to love us? What does it mean to live without God? Think about how it would be to grow up with no parent that loved you. What if you were a child of an earthly king? Think about an orphan child and how they want to be loved. They do not want toys or other earthly wants. They simply want parents that love them like their own. Gal 4:4-5 Only thru the blood of Jesus Christ is how one can be adopted by God. A Jew lives for their birthright tying to make sure they can be traced back to Abraham. Your linage will not get you to heaven or make you any closer to God. Many orphans of this world can't wait to be out on their own but, they always have it in the back of their mind that they were never loved. Romans 8:14-15 The adoption paperwork once signed is sealed and can never be changed. Gal 4:7; Rom 8:17 Not only do we have the Spirit to prove to us but we are heirs. Have you even considered where you were when He came to you and asked you to become His child? What could be the reason that God would adopt us? What's your purpose? Why are you here? Phil 2:13-15 The purpose is that we are to bare much fruit for Christ. We are to shine in this dark time that we live in. We've been called out from amongst the darkness and into the light.
Preached by Tommy Boring on November 6, 2016 (Sunday Morning).
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).
The Economics of Grace
Matthew 16:24-27 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Thinking about profits. The rough definition of what a profit is, it's what left over after giving. A business can not survive without a profit. At the end of your life your profits will be examined. If you owned everything in the world, would it benefit you at death? Think about the things you trade for peace. It's hard to value a profit when you can't understand the cost up front. Your soul is so valuable that God sent His only son to be sacrificed for it. Did you know that when you travel to other countries, our American money means nothing to them? Just the same, when you die, what you owned here on earth means nothing to death, heaven and hell. When God comes to you and calls your name, He's asking you to be saved. He is offering you something that nothing else can give or offer to you. If you accept His offer He will give you "the world", peace, forgiveness, love, joy and ticket to heaven. There is a cost to accepting His offer. It will cost you everything that you treasure. The more you treasure, the harder you life will be until you put God first. So if a man were to gain or own the entire world and lose his soul, what did he profit?
Preached by Tommy Boring on February 15, 2015 (Sunday Morning).
Why We Are All Sinners
Romans 5:12 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Who is a sinner, we are all sinners, but why? Our greatest problem is not what we do, but it's what we are. Adam and Eve were perfect up until they ate of the tree of Knowledge. The fall of man was cursed by death, a separation of God and man spiritually and physically and the earth was cursed and was forced to toil forcing his body to deteriorate towards death. Adam and Eve then began to have children in their own likeness. The day a child is conceived, they are a sinner, not because of what they've done, but because of being a human. The proof that we are all sinners is because we will all die. The only way to break the curse is to be born again.
Preached by Tommy Boring on March 17, 2013 (Sunday Morning).
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