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Give It All You Got! (Part 3)
2 Peter 1:5-8 (Part of the 2 Peter 1 series).
The foundation must be established in Jesus then faith is made. You are to do whatever it is that you are doing with your entire heart and not half heartedly. We are to add to our faith, virtue. Virtue means excellent. If we never had struggles then our inward would have all freedom. God never did anything halfway. We are to add to our virtue, knowledge. You must be teachable. Knowledge can easily be a prideful thing. One can't find diamonds laying on top of the ground. They are made deep down in the earth under great force and pressure. Just as our life, we are to learn with great knowledge, pressure under great diligence. We are to add to our knowledge, temperance. Having temperance means you have self control. Add to your temperance, patience. When one needs patience, one will have troubles. The hardest patience to learn is to not go beyond God, seeking or thinking we know what we need and not what God wants. Add to your patience, godliness. Godliness is the act of doing God like things. Brotherly kindness is to be added to godliness. It is the by product of godliness that makes us love everyone like God loves us. Charity being the last to be added and it is the full love of Christ. When you add to something it just gets bigger and bigger. Just like our Christian walk, we should want to get bigger and bigger in God. There is a reason why God is calling us to do these eight steps. If they are in you and they abound you will never be barren or fruitless. The reason to why you need fruit is because the world is looking for fruit. Have you ever seen a tree struggle to make fruit? It's natural that it produces fruit because it's its nature.
Preached by Tommy Boring on December 6, 2015 (Sunday Evening).
Your Sin Is Not Just Your Sin
Joshua 7:10-13 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
The price or penalty of sin affects many. If sin only affected the one that sinned, then it would be a different situation. We should know what's right and wrong but there is also that lives inside of a saved person that is a moral compass. If you willing sin, you offend the Holy Spirit and judgement will be required. It's never ok to sin no matter who says it's fine. When one feels the temptation of sin we should walk away from it. One can always claim an excuse of a sin but in the end, you know it's a sin. If you are saved and you do sin, God will chastise you if forgiveness is not asked. If you are confused about whether it's right or wrong, you need to seek Gods face. Romans 6:23 plainly states what sin will get you. Sin is a temporary happiness that will quickly turn to death. The warning to us all is that sin is not joy to God. God will not turn His back while you choose to sin. Sin has and will always be a choice to us all. Your sin could affect the church, the family and even your life. When you stand before God, you will no excuse, blame or any reason to why you chose to sin. There is no other price for sin but death. You can always hide your sin from others around you but God will always know. If you have sin and bring it to the church, it can hinder and quench the Spirit from working with others. Have you ever left a church service wondering what happened to the Spirit? Did you ever ask yourself, was I the reason the Spirit left? More than likely it was someone else camping out with their sin and trying to hide it from God. God knows and will not work when sin is abound. What good is something that you must hide?
Preached by Tommy Boring on May 31, 2015 (Sunday Evening).
No Jesus, No Peace. Know Jesus, Know Peace
Romans 5:1-5 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Often when we speak of salvation we think of earthly peace. But the truth of salvation is being saved means that we have peace with salvation. Having the peace of God is not having peace on this earth, it's about an eternal and spiritual peace. Having spiritual peace can't be removed. Romans 16:31 When we don't have worldly peace, we being saved have eternal peace. The life of a good faithful Christian is a hard road and life to live. There may come a time in your life when turmoil will come and all you've got left is to call out to God. God is the only peace that will never leave. When we have Jesus as our savior, we have a fellowship and a friendship. He doesn't see your unworthiness when He looks at your salvation. He sees His son and the blood that covers your sin. Once we've been saved, your always saved because we didn't save ourselves, God did.
Preached by Lucas Boring on December 7, 2014 (Sunday Evening).
Pray For The Watchmen (Part 1 of 2)
Ezekiel 33:1-9 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
It's a blessing to be a watchman for God. When God speaks we should listen. When God calls you to be a watchman, He puts a calling in your heart. We need men and women that will be faithful to the calling of God. If you've been called, you know it and you will be immediately equipped in order to do Gods work. 1 Cor 1:17-18 A preacher is called by God and He will put a burden in their heart for the duty of God. When the man of God preaches and it's of the Spirit, if it pricks your heart, you better heed the calling. Romans 10:13-15 If you've been saved, thank a preacher! Try not to get offended with the preacher when he warns the flock. God speaks to the preacher and let's the preacher know what to speak. God is in full control of the future of the church. The man preaching is not to be honored. The functions, the preaching is what needs to be honored. Pray for a watchmen.
Preached by Tommy Boring on June 1, 2014 (Sunday Evening).
Class is in Session
2 Peter 3:5 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
We should be students of the Word. One of the things we excuse ourselves from is class. Some people do not like learning, but learning is the essence of growing. In order one to have an understanding, they must be taught. Nature is a teacher, 1 Corinthians 11:14. We are teachers to one another, Colossians 3:13. The Bible teaches us, Galatians 3:24, Romans 15:4. Do you think that Google is the answer? The Holy Spirit is a teacher, John 14:26. The Grace of God is a teacher, Titus 2:11-12. God is a teacher, Psalm 119:33-34.
Preached by Tommy Boring on March 16, 2014 (Sunday Evening).
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