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Miracles Still Happen
1 Samuel 1:9-28 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
God does the extraordinary. He is not ordinary. There are a lot of prosperity speaking about as long as you do for God, He will do whatever you want. That teaching is unbiblical and is the furthest thing from the truth. God does what He wants when He wants to based upon only the future that He knows. God is still in the miracle business. Four points Sincere desire, 1 Sam 1:11; Hannah asked a particular thing. A single male child that she would give back to God. How many times when the miracle happens we put our hands around it and claim the miracle and not whom gave it? Believe the giver, 1 Sam 1:18, Heb 11:6; we are to believe that He is and He will. With God all things are possible thru faith. We do not know the will of God. Have patience, 1 Sam 1:19-23, when the miracle finally shows up often the vow is forgotten. It's better to not make a vow than to make it and then break it. Must be obedient, 1 Sam 1:25-28; if you're disobedience to God then He will not bless. At times, one miracle will usually lead to another miracle but one must stick with it.
Preached by Tommy Boring on October 28, 2018 (Sunday Morning).
I Am The Resurrection
1 Corinthians 15:19-22 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
A lot of people take into consideration things that simply don't matter. The evening news or anyone else for that matter knows NOT when Jesus will come again.

When one think about miracles then the number one miracle would be one that was raised from the dead. At some point in our lives you're going to hear that someone is dead. We think that death is the final end to life. Jesus has power to raise from the dead. The obstacle that Jesus didn't have was raising from the dead, it was the death itself. Jesus' power brought back at least three people from the dead. If your lost then your dead and stink with sin. When God calls your name, come be saved. 3 common points to the three dead, they were all dead, He called them by name and Jesus had the power to speak to them.

In Jesus' death He told them that He would raise in three days. No one believed Him even the guards. The guards thought that someone Jesus knew would steal His body and flame He lived again. So if Jesus knew He was going to die, why didn't He prepare for His death by getting a tomb? He didn't need it because He wasn't going to stay in it. So did the angel that rolled the stone away let Jesus out? No, the Angel was there to show that He wasn't in the tomb. Even then a few of the disciples still couldn't believe that He had truly risen.

If you're looking for Jesus, He is as close as your belief. You need to run to Jesu as fast as you can. Some of you can hear Him calling your name from the tomb you are in.

1 Thes 4:13-17 The physical body is in the ground at death and will remain there. The soul goes to be with Jesus or In Hell. At the second coming of Christ the physical will be joined with the soul with the saved being joined together first.

Preached by Tommy Boring on April 1, 2018 (Sunday Morning).
Flaw In the Faith
John 4:46-54 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
To believe without a doubt. To believe with constraints on God. We as humans concoct a thought that we must do before something happens. We do nothing but limit God by these thoughts. There is no limits to what God can do for He can do anything. We look at circumstances and think that, "if someone would just go visit them". We often tie the miracle to something we conceived. Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word of God. The Word of God is critical in our Christian growth. The things that were done while performing the miracles was not necessary in order for the miracle to take place. Only His word was needed along with the faith of the person for the miracles to be fulfilled. Faith isn't limited by earthly limitations. Humans do not have to be involved for miracles to take place.
Preached by Tommy Boring on February 12, 2017 (Sunday Evening).
There is Despair When There is No Success
1 Kings 19:1-18 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Elijah prayed for rain and within hours it was raining but shortly after during his miracle the enemy came to him. The goal was not about rain, it was about men changing their hearts towards God. When the enemy came to Elijah he ran off away from the enemy. If a man like Elijah could be caught in a snare all the while in Gods miracles, how could we do it? Have you ever been there in great despair? Have you ever prayed, studied, worked and fasted but nothing happened? We can't make someone get saved, change them or make certain things happen by our doings. During Elijah's despair there was no body around to help him in his time of need. No one was their to help him see that God was still there when the enemy was punching him in the gut. In your work place, if you don't perform your job then there is no paycheck. But in God work, He already knows your work and your payout isn't truly based on your work. Think about when the preachers preach and the response is great from the congregation. But thinking about the same thing and on Sunday nights folks nap during the service. Have you as a church member ever thought about cancelling a church service because no one is there in attendance? Nothing gets done when we wallow in our disappointments. Have you ever known God not to be with you? Gods people will end up in despair at some point in their Christian walk but they always end up at Gods feet. God will pick them up and put them back on their journey each and every time. So when you get disappointed, you'll sit down, backslide.
Preached by Tommy Boring on October 9, 2016 (Sunday Evening).
A Hit or Miss Prayer Life
Jude 1:17-25 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
As long as we are here on earth there will always be a need in prayer. We will focus on Jude 1:20. Prayer should be a committed thing in our lives. If prayer is the communication between us and God then it must be important. In order to pray in the Holy Spirit we must be clean before Him. We need prayers that changes things and the only way that can happen is praying in the Holy Spirit. Romans 8:26 How many find it hard to pray? How can one pray for something when one doesn't know what the will of God is? A lot of times church folks speak little prayers because their faith is weak. Commitment is the first step in having a true prayer life. If one regards iniquity in their hearts, God will not hear them. One must be right with God in order to commune with Him effectually. Sometimes we pray because we are selfish or prideful. Romans 8:27
Preached by Tommy Boring on August 7, 2016 (Sunday Evening).
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