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Gods Will or the Comfort Zone
Genesis 28:10-22 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
God loves everyone of His children no matter what. Sometimes one has to leave to do Gods will, leave your comfort zone. There isn't anything that you'll go through that God hasn't been through already. If you're born again, there isn't anywhere you go where God is not already there. At times we may have to take a leap of faith to find Gods will. God is all knowing and He knows what we will do and what we won't do. If you're a child of God, all things will work out for the good. When God takes you on a journey He will always go with you and He will bring you home. One of the reason that we would have to leave our comfort zone is to leave the things that are holding us back.
Preached by Tommy Boring on April 29, 2015 (Wednesday).
Bound by Sin
John 11:41-44 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Disobedience to the Word of God is the number one sin in the world today. When Jesus called for Lazarus to come forth, he was still wrapped and wasn't clean. Just as we need to remove the sin, unwrap the sin. It doesn't matter how wrapped up with sin, when Jesus calls, He cleans. How many times have you argued with God about something He's told you to do? Moses argued with God, so did Jonah. How did they turn out? We were all dead in our sins, when Jesus spoke your name, you came out of your grave clothes and were born again. Unless Jesus calls your name, you can't be saved. Do you know what to do when God tells you to do something?
Preached by Steve Whitehead on April 15, 2015 (Wednesday).
Desiring a Double Portion
2 Kings 2:5-15 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
A lot of times we look to things to accomplish and if we don't do them then we feel as if we failed. Are we not to help people in need? We look at our small works and think how small but God uses it in a large way. We must be obedient to God. We do not know what is in store for the future when it comes to our works. We need people in the ministry that are not afraid of how large or how small they think their works are. Be impactful and love those that are not loved.once you realize that you can't do anything without God, then that is when you can start to do things with God. You need to ask yourself, what do you desire from God? Stop living up to someone else and start living up to Gods standard. How can you double impact someone's life? Use the gifts that God has given you and use them for what God intended them to be used for.
Preached by Jeff Patton on March 19, 2014 (Wednesday).
The Gate To The Path
Matthew 7:13-14 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
To everything there is an opposite. A gate, which is a point of entrance or exit that keeps things in or out. There are many in this world that are too busy for God. The way is narrow to enter because we came into the world naked and we will leave naked as well. The narrow way is too small for some because they want it their way. The gate is always open and unlocked. God hasn't shut the gate yet. How many people have walked by the open gate? God will not force one through the gate. There is only one way that leads to God. Religion will not get you through the gate. The are many ways to get from point A to point B, but only ONE way to heaven. The gate is very wide and accepts all but the way is narrow and one must make a choice to follow Christ. Satan's gate is also wide but the path is also wide and very free to waver to and fro. Sometimes the narrow path is lonely at times, but God is always with you. We that are on the narrow path should have compassion for those on the path of destruction. Not everyone that goes to church is saved. Choose you this day the way that you will walk in......nevermind.
Preached by Tommy Boring on August 7, 2013 (Wednesday).
How Do You Praise?
Psalm 138:1-3 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Praise has to come from the heart. If you're lost or backslid, you simple can not praise God. Half hearted praise will not be accepted. You must commit yourself to praise God with your whole heart. God should be flowing through you while you are praising Him. A lot of people have their own thoughts on what real praise is. It is perfectly ok to clap your hands in church. Shout a little and if you don't know what to say, say Amen. The bible never says that only a perfect singer should sing praises. A joyful noise is what He wants. Simply lift your hands and praise The Lord. A born again believer will be moved in the heart and will show that praise in some way.
Preached by Tommy Boring on May 1, 2013 (Wednesday).
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