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Do You Know?
1 John 5:18-21 (Part of the Does He Abide Within? series).
There are some truths. One of those is those that are born of God are a new creature. Those things that you once loved as a lost person you hate once you become saved. Likewise, if you continue to follow after those sins of the world then you've not been saved. If you've been born again, you will seek out more things to do for Jesus. Secondly, after being born again, we know that the Spirit that lives inside us will never leave. This means that it's no longer a burden to get up and come to church. We that are born again will have a want to come to church. Being born again also means that satan can not touch you. Stop giving credit to satan when God is in full control. Sorrow comes to those lost and saved and when they come to a Christian it's not always the Devils fault. Thirdly, we know as a Christian we are on the winning side, nothing can be against us because God is greater than ALL. Do you KNOW if you're on Gods side? The opposite of that is that you're lost. There is only two ways you could be, lost or saved. Just because you're a good person doesn't mean you're saved. The fourth thing is, we as Christians KNOW that Jesus Christ has come and walked on this earth, lived and died then was resurrected for our sins. We also know that He has given us an understanding of the scripture. The preacher can NOT save, invite or conjure up a spirit to save a person. The only way to defeat a lie is with the truth. The fifth thing is that we know the true God of eternal life. Keep in mind that anything that competes with God in your life is an idol. What tries to steal Gods time in your life?
Preached by Tommy Boring on November 30, 2014 (Sunday Evening).
Willing To Lend A Hand
Acts 3:1-11 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Our responsibility is to seek out those that need the spiritual uplifting of God. Sometimes people just want someone to care. Doesn't the lost look for something that will bring them peace and joy? God chose to use us to seek out those that need Him. We as Christians are to be the body of Christ and help those in need for them to look not at us, but to Christ. The devil wants everyone to be distracted from looking towards God. We should live our lives so that others are sure that something will happen with Christ. Do you have confidence in your church that they will be obedient to God? God never promised prosperity in your life. Our earthly expectations doesn't compare to what God can give. Sometimes it takes a touch, it may take you to say something.
Preached by Tommy Boring on June 15, 2014 (Sunday Evening).
Why Don't You Pray?
Luke 18:1-8 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Prayer is a simple concept but is rarely used. Prayer is talking to God. One purpose of prayer is to call on God. The second is the possibility of prayer. Hebrews 7:24-25 When you pray, you do not do it alone. Romans 8:26 We know that we have someone that knows what we can't describe and yet we do not talk to Him. Why won't we pray more? Because the flesh will not allow it. The persistence of prayer is important. Do you pray enough? Romans 12:12 We should be praying throughout the entire day. Ephesians 6:18 your physical posture has nothing to do with prayer, however, your humbleness of your heart does. Prayer should have a privacy. Matthew 6:6 Prayer should be between you and Him. Someone else's prayer is their prayer, not yours. The preacher can not say a prayer for you. Is their power in prayer? Mathew 7:7 Have you asked? Mathew 21:22 Not only should you ask, but believe. 
Preached by Tommy Boring on February 9, 2014 (Sunday Morning).
Hitch in' A Ride On A Coat Tail
Acts 2:36-38 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
There is a lot of things that you can do to fool a person but you will never fool God. One can't get saved on mamaws and papaws salvation. If you are not moved by the Spirit of God then you are either lost or backslid. Don't be misled by a feeling. Acts 7 There is only one thing that can cut an inward man and that's the Holy Ghost. God is the only one that knows how to cut into the secrets of your heart. You can reject God when He calls but you will know when He cuts you. Being unresponsive is a response. No matter how old you are or who you are, if you do it in the Spirit then God will work through you. One can't be saved until they're lost. Man can't tell you that you're lost. Acts 24:24 When God calls you to be saved and your heart begins to tremble, that is the time to be saved, not a later time. Acts 26:21-28
Preached by Tommy Boring on January 12, 2014 (Sunday Evening).
Blessed Are The Feet
1 Corinthians 1:1-2 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Those that have been called are those that have been called by God to do His will. We should pray for the men of God, preachers. When God calls men, He calls them to His purposes and you shouldn't talk about them. You should be very careful of those that you see or hear on the TV or radio. Not every person is called of God. Do not give the called men of God credit. God is looking for a vessel to pour into so that they will not change what He pours. The devil hates the men of God. He wants to tear up their home and ruin their lives because others are watching and tears down their hope and faith. You should bath your pastors in prayer every opportunity that you have. Even though David knew he was to be the king, he did not touch Saul due to David's reverence to Gods anointment on Saul. When you pray for the pastor, pray more for the function instead of the person. Satan wants to destroy the function of the pastor worse than the pastor himself.
Preached by Tommy Boring on June 26, 2013 (Wednesday).
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