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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).
Knock, Knock
Revelation 3:20 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Those that have been called of God to preach have an obligation to do His work. It's the responsibility and the authority to preach the Word that is NOT watered down. The preacher can not save a person. The church can not save a person. The Word of God should does not go out in void. Not everyone that attends church is going to Heaven. The enemy is always amongst us all and he does whatever he can to distract you from getting close to God. Titus 2:11, Christ goes out to people, it doesn't work the other way around. A false preaching today is that one can simply call on God whenever the time is right. God does not work on your time but His own. There's not a single person that sits and waits everyday for someone to knock. When God comes to your house He will knock because your house is locked. Some people hide when someone comes knocking unexpectedly because they don't want what's being offered. Just as God comes knocking, He will visit unexpectedly and He waits. He doesn't knock and leave or run away. He knocks and patiently waits. Little children when they get saved their doors are usually not as shut, locked and barricaded because they've not been exposed to Satan's lies and deceit. 2 Peter 3:9, God doesn't want anyone to parish. God doesn't force Himself into your house. He will knock, call your name, patiently wait and do anything spiritually possible to get you to invite Him in. Just as anyone visits someone, they will wait for awhile patiently. One doesn't know how long they will wait or if they will ever come back. God does the same thing. He's standing, waiting but He will not stay there forever. Only YOU can open your door. No one else can open your door but you. One will not open the door until they accept the fact that they want Him to come in. When God is invited in He comes in and cleans house. He brings His own things and removes the old stuff. When the king moves in He will bring love, joy, peace, and all of His other furniture. He'll take all of your old dirty stuff and cast it away never to be used again.
Preached by Tommy Boring on September 2, 2018 (Sunday Morning).
Are You Bearing Good Fruit?
Galatians 5:16-25 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
To live in the spirit you must be born again. There was a reason that Jesus had to go away. If He had not gone away then the comforter would not have come. If you're saved then you should act that way. Gal 5:19-21 bind one to the world and should not be a part of a Christians life. Gal 5:22-24 should be reflected by a Christians life at all times. Are you bearing good fruit? A person can not love unconditionally without the love of Christ and in order to have that one must be saved. The unsaved can only love if they are loved back. The Spirit of God is to be active and not dormant in a Christians life. If no one is able to see your fruit, is it really there? The second thing that God produces is joy. Joy can not be produced by a person. What you feel when something makes you happy is only temporary and will eventually disappear. Most "joy" down here is a lust of the flesh happiness. Jesus gives us unspeakable joy that is everlasting. Peace, another fruit that's given during Salvation. Peace that can surpass all troubles and difficulties. Nothing can give a person peace like Jesus can. Jesus may not move the mountain in your life but He will give you the peace to climb it. Longsuffering a fruit from God above and an attribute of patience. When our loved once are living dangerously in the world and God tells you to let God have them, that requires much patience and longsuffering. A Christian should have gentleness. How many times have you wanted to "get even"? Don't overlook gentleness because it's a tough one in the world we live in. Goodness, there is none good but the fruit of the Spirit can produce it. If there has ever been a time to need good Chrisitians, it's now. Those Christians that would get into the ditch to help another without thinking about themselves. The faith that we have comes from God because without it we would struggle to believe. So how does one receive the faith? Walk in the Spirit. Where we can't, He will. All of the fruits of the Spirit is what Jesus had, therefore being a Christian is being "Christ like". Love those that hate you, pray for those that hate you, care for those that are enemies to you. Those things are meekness. Temperance or self-control. We could all use more temperance. We live in the world full of addictions, pornography, drugs, sexual sins, all lusts of the flesh. All nine of these things can not be produced by oneself. They can only be produced by God alone thru Salvation.
Preached by Tommy Boring on June 18, 2017 (Sunday Morning).
Hope Makes Us Not Ashamed
Romans 5:3-8 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Hope is something we have in the flesh. We have many hopes that fail us. There are many disappointments in our lives where hope failed. Hope is a process and can not be just given in whole. God will lead one through hard things in a Christians life to add hope in their life. Tribulation works patience. The patience learned during the tribulation period is much greater than the hardship. Tribulation brings an experience and is a Devine appointment from God. Only thru the experience brings out hope. The good things come from the most work. A marriage is a hard road to travel but during the hard work and experience brings hope. One can never be disappointed in hope when it comes thru God.
Preached by Tommy Boring on January 22, 2017 (Sunday Morning).
The Measurement of Being Slack (Part 3)
2 Peter 3:8-12 (Part of the 2 Peter 3 series).
God is not slack concerning His promises. Some may think as so based on what they've seen or experienced. God has given all a book full of His promises to which some of those have been fulfilled. If we really believed that God is coming back, would we not get prepared? So is He slack or not? So why hasn't God come back? God is long-suffering. What is long-suffering? Long suffering is the act of loving beyond measure. Just as in Genesis, God declare an end to the people's evilness. God could have built an ark, He could have filled the ark full of animals and He could have ended the earth and started over with nothing but new. The reason God has not returned is because some of you are still lost and He loves you. God is not willing that any person should perish but that all would come to repentance.
Preached by Tommy Boring on January 31, 2016 (Sunday Morning).
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