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What Kind Of Relationship Do You Have With God?
James 4:8 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
After sin came into the world, God no longer walked with man in peace. Why do people look at you funny when you tell them that you speak to God and He answers back? Most people only talk to God when things get bad and they need help. A relationship requires that you give and you talk with the other person. The devil has all kinds of distractions to remove the relationship with a God. Goliath insulted David's best friend, his God and he did not like that. What does it take to have a relationship with God? You have to want the relationship first. God doesn't look at sin therefore you must cleanse yourself of the sin and purify your heart through repentance. We seem to think that keeping sins hidden from others means that God doesn't know about them. Best friends communicate and will tell each other things that no one else will ever know. Best friends will do anything for each other and will stand up for each other. Is God your best friend?
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on November 2, 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).
What's Your Sin Worth?
Hebrews 9:11-28 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
There must be a sacrifice. There was one thing and one thing alone that could clean ones sins and that was the blood of Christ. The blood is a very precious thing. The blood of Christ had to be shed for our sins. Christ knew how sinful we were but He took on our sins using his blood sacrifice. So how does one repay such a sacrifice? When it comes time for church, do you have to think about going and push away being tired? Do you not think that Christ was tired when He walked up Calvary's hill? How does one honor such a great sacrifice?
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on November 13, 2013 (Wednesday).
Where is the Change?
Romans 8:1-10 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Those that have been born again can not live in sin without living in unhappiness. Measure the things in your life, either they are for or against God. God is the god of love but He also is the god of wrath. One can play the game acting as if you are saved, but in the end God will know the truth of your salvation but it will be too late. Those that are His children will bare fruit. If you don't know what conviction of sin is then you've not been saved. People that want the world are likely lost. Haven't been to church in 50 years but yet you claim to be saved. If you are saved there is something in you that will tell you not to sin. Either you're lost or you're saved. Being on a church membership will not get you saved. If there is nothing in you that causes a constant warfare between what is right and wrong, you are lost.
Preached by Tommy Boring on October 20, 2013 (Sunday Evening).
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