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The Work of the Minister (Part 5)
2 Peter 1:12-15 (Part of the 2 Peter 1 series).
Ministers should be diligent. Seeking after not after their own agendas but after God's. We all should not neglect concerning the Word of God. The Word of God is not anything new. The job of the pastor is not to create something new about God. The pastors job is to teach and to remind us of the same Word that we already know. Of course there maybe someone that are hearing the Word for the first time whether taught this way or brought this way. It's not the pastors job to entertain to keep your attention. God makes the same story new or refreshing to each of our souls. Our church is in agreement that the bible we use is the King James Version. If you want to stay in order and not be confused, our pastor will be preaching from that version. There are many times that we don't pick up the bible to study so there must be times that we must be stirred up. There is not a single person that knows when they will die. Therefore the message is urgent to remind everyone that you WILL die and you MUST be prepared to die. Settle your salvation. The heart of a real pastor is to empty himself of every Word that God would give him. So what could we be reminded of? Phil 2:8-11 Jesus is Christ the son of God. 1 Tim 1:15, Romans 5:8 Jesus came to save the lost. Romans 10:9, John 3:16 Those that believe in Him shall be saved. Titus 3:8 Those that are saved should live that way. 1 Thes 4:16-18 God is coming back.
Preached by Tommy Boring on December 13, 2015 (Sunday Morning).
Dead Man Walking
Ephesians 2:1-7 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
What is a dead man walking? A zombie. What does it feel like to be lost? Being lost means you are dead, spiritually. All those that walk dead have a set agenda and that agenda is the world. Not only are they walking according to the world but they are walking according to satan. Satan knows that if he can bring you down and destroy your testimony, you'll leave the lost alone. Everyday death certificates are being signed of those that are dead physically. The devil knows exactly what to do to destroy people whether it be by addiction, murderer, stealing, etc. People are physically dying every second and facing an eternity of either heaven or hell. At times we look at others and think we can't help them. Being dead can not be fixed by asking someone for help, reading a self help book or even attending a church. When you think of a zombie, how do they behave? They walk, no true emotion, no care. The only one that can change and bring a dead person alive is God. So what can the living do about those that are lost? Expose the light of God to them. A person that has been saved used to be a dead lost person. A saved person is alive in Christ while a lost person is dead with satan.
Preached by Tommy Boring on March 15, 2015 (Sunday Evening).
Knowing The Difference
Romans 6:23 (Part of the Revival 2013 series).
We normally don't go to the king with our problems. If we want a true revival, we must first look in the mirror. The Lord didn't save you to be a halfway Christian. He gave you everything He had. We sometimes live what we are not. There is no big or little sin. Stop compromising with sin. The reason we lack confidence is because we lack prayer. Satan wants to be careless with your life. People think they have something when in reality, they have nothing. Don't put your life/salvation on hold when God is calling your name. 
Preached by Jeremy McNally on June 17, 2013 (Revival).
...But God
Ephesians 2:1-10 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Preached by Tommy Boring on January 26, 2012 (Wednesday).
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