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The Warning On Sin
James 1:13-16 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
No one is exempt from sin. Some believe that they have a license to sin once they've been saved. If you think that way, you might be lost because once you've been saved you're a new creature and will not want sin in your life. Most sin is brought about by the lust of the flesh. It's not a sin to have nice things or things that you want but if God said not to have it, it's a sin to have them because you disobeyed Gods Word. The devil watches and knows what your tempted with and will use those to pull you away from God. Once you take action on covetousness then you've made a choice therefore conceiving sin. Being by yourself means you have no accountability and you're likely to stumble more often. Being idle too long will cause one to fall into sin. Surrounding yourself with other Christians will keep you from sinning than being left alone. Anything that you've got to hide in secret is wrong. So if you can't tell anyone else about it or do it in secret, then you need to ask God if it's of Him. What good is sin and how does it benefit us? If one brings sin into their life it WILL affect everyone around them. Sin will ALWAYS bring forth death, always have, always will.
Preached by Tommy Boring on May 21, 2017 (Sunday Evening).
The Pride Before Your Fall
Romans 12:3 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Pride quickly became a problem with Adam and Eve in the beginning of mankind. We are all prideful by nature. Most of the time pride is the motivation that will get us all into trouble. Mat 23:12 Pride can not be in the same room as God. Some think that we have higher rights than another, smarter than another. There is not a single person that smarter than the next nor is there a single person that doesn't struggle with pride. Pride hinders the church from growth, pride stops the humbling towards God. Gods ways are unknown as well as His thoughts. We will never understand Gods thought process so why do we choose to think we know what's best in others and our lives? Pride. As long as pride rules in your life, long suffering, love, compassion and humbling will never have its place in your life. At times, we look at others and get a form of excitement because someone else is having a rough time and we feel as if they deserve it. You'll never love God until you give up on yourself.
Preached by Tommy Boring on April 30, 2017 (Sunday Evening).
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).
The Wiles of the Devil
Ephesians 6:10-18 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Satan is a created being and is no different than the angels in heaven. Satan has many tactics that he uses on the children of God on a daily basis. The thief has come to steal, kill and destroy. The thief is the devil and the wicked spirits that serve him. Their are enough to spread across the world. The devil does not have free rein of a christian because we are protected by the shield of God. John 10:10, 2 Cor 2:11, Eph 6:16, 1 Peter 5:8 We truly have an enemy and we can not stand in the flesh to fight him. It takes something greater than the flesh to fight him because he is in the sprint therefore must be fought in the spirit. He is not omnipresent but has many demons that do his handy-work. This world currently is the devils domain until Jesus comes back. The very thing that we live in, the flesh, wants to live in the world because of it’s lust. Nothing has changed since Adam and Eve because he is still deceiving and lying to people everyday. What a terrifying thing to be able to see with our eyes the spiritual warfare that goes on all around us. If we are saved then we are protected by Gods great hand and satan can not get to us unless God allows it. When Jesus died, He died for ALL but many will not submit to Him. If you’re playing with the devil he will take you further than you ever thought you would go quicker than you ever thought. When you light a match and place that flame under your hand, you will pull your hand back because there is a nerve that warns you of danger. Just as that nerve warns you, God also warns you of the dangers of the devil. Satan wants to destroy your testimony if you’re saved. Satan will use anything he can to tear you down. He will use religion itself to bring you down. If you are saved then you’re going to heaven but that doesn’t mean that if you play with the devil that he will keep people around you lost and going into hell. We hear it everyday, pastors having affairs because satan laid a woman in their lives. We as humans are ignorant to satan’s lies and deceptions.
Preached by Tommy Boring on February 8, 2017 (Wednesday).
Doubt Is Real
Matthew 11:1-11 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
John the Baptist not only heard God vocally but he also seen God come down and lite upon Christ during His baptism but, John still doubted later in his life. God is patient with doubt. As long as we are in this human form we will always doubt. The men in the boat with the storms raging doubted they would be saved while Jesus slept below deck. The man with the son plagued with demons believed Jesus would heal him but still had unbelief. The disciples during the sermon to thousands doubted they could feed the multitude, wanted to send them away. God cares about our doubts. Having doubt doesn't concern God because He knows we are unwilling to understand His ways. God proofed to the multitudes that He could feed thousands with just a few fish. God proofed to the men on the boat that He has control over the storms. God proofed to the man that He could cast out the demons from his son. God proofed to John that He was the Christ all powerful. Three things that can help in our doubt. First, admit it. Second, doubt your own doubt. Third, believe what you know.
Preached by Tommy Boring on January 29, 2017 (Sunday Morning).
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