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Changers
Acts 10:1-22 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
We must have confidence in God but in order to do that we must change. Everyone wants to go to heaven but in order to do that we must be changed. We often go out and look at others and think that God would have a hard time saving them. The first thing that will help us to change is to pray. Get and make a private time that's between you and God and nothing else. We must also not look to ourselves in doing all the work. The work can only be done when we allow God to do the work and not ourselves. We have the Word which is God if we are saved to share to the lost but, we can only share it when we are in the shape to share it. There will always be someone around you that will not make a decision to follow God but, don't let them discourage you. We are currently living in a grace period where God loves us beyond our sins but, soon the grace will leave us when Jesus comes back. God doesn't look upon us currently and judge our sins. One sin is just as much as a million sins no matter the humanly made level. We must always know that nothing is higher than Jesus. Cancer is lower than Jesus. Habitual sin is lower than Jesus. Worldly things are lower than Jesus. The president is lower than Jesus. Jesus is reclusive as He is the only way into heaven. There are many religions in the world and most are based on works but all are lies from Satan unless Jesus Christ is the only way to Salvation. Often we like to embellish what God has spoken to us only to add lies to His Word. This is a sin and should never take place. Stick to the truth, Gods Word and do not change or add to His Word.
Preached by Steve Howard on December 28, 2016 (Wednesday).
Being an Eyewitness (Part 6)
2 Peter 1:16-21 (Part of the 2 Peter 1 series).
Everyone has opinions but when it come to God's, ours simply do not matter. Some of us had great examples of what a Christian was to be but that doesn't mean they were gospel. Just because the preacher says it doesn't mean it's the truth. Only the gospel, the Word of God is the truth. In biblical times there were eyewitnesses that seen Jesus perform. Today we only have God's spirit that lives inside us that bares witness. One can only speak about their own experience with Christ. One does not know another's experience or if there ever was one. The one thing that a saved person can not do is to deny Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is not just a fable or a story that's shared, it the gospel and it's the only way that you can be saved. If you are not positive that a pastor is not saved, you better find another one. If they are not saved how can they know what they are preaching? Just because a person has the worldly teaching or a degree doesn't mean they have been saved by God. The bible is not simply a letter or a newspaper, it's a living, breathing, book of life. How is the Word of God meaningful to you? Because God has declared us all a sinner and a sinner will live eternally in hell unless they are saved. In the last days people will want teachers to simply entertainment them, not wanting to be told they are wrong.
Preached by Tommy Boring on December 20, 2015 (Sunday Morning).
Can You Bear It?
1 Peter 5:6-11 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
The bible never said that God would never put anything on you that you couldn't bear. It is a lie from satan himself, where he twists it and changes it to something that isn't true. Jesus Christ was tempted when the devil twisted Gods own scripture. His grace is sufficient for ALL. There are many things that will happen in our lives that we will never understand. Do you realize that Jesus could no longer carry is own cross? No other religion can claim what Christians can, we serve a living God. When we get to the point to where we can't carry our burdens, we need to ask for help from God. At times, we want God to take our problems from us but we end up picking them back up.
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on May 6, 2015 (Wednesday).
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