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Who Is God In Your Life?
Isaiah 45:5-7 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
You need to ask yourself why you attend church. Some will say it's because you want to worship God. Do you realize who God really is though? Isa 45:7, we fail a lot of times of knowing just who God is. Who is He in your life? There is a false doctrine that's commonly called the "little god doctrine" which puts God on the same level as us as humans. They believe they can live an upright sinless life and as long as they live that way they can do anything God can do. The bible teaches us that there is no one that's sinless but Jesus Christ Himself. We ALL fall short of the kingdom of God. Jesus Christ was NOT just a man, He was God incarnate. This means that Jesus was sinless and there is none that will ever be like Him. God is all knowing, nothing takes God by surprise. God does not operate on a knee jerk reaction. God knows if you're going to fall away from Him before it ever happens. If you'll stop and think about who God really is then your worship would change. You're view would change from the troubles in your life to the one who truly controls everything in your life. God is not your crutch, He is not your copilot.
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on January 23, 2019 (Wednesday).
There is One Foundation
Isaiah 28:16 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
God laid the foundation. He laid down the stone. It was laid for you and me. Not by man. There is only one foundation. It is Christ. We are to be built upon the foundation. To be master builders with our lives, building on that pe felt foundation. There is only one foundation. Once we die the structure will perish but the foundation will remain. Christ's sacrifice was the foundation. That's where it all begins. The single stone. You must come thru Christ to find God. Once you're founded in and on the foundation, nothing can shake you off it. Like the wise man who built his house upon the rock. The storms will come but the house will stand because the foundation is sure. God is the ever-present source of strength and when the storms pass He still stands. What have you built your house on? If you're anchored in Jesus, nothing can overcome a child of God. The foundation of God is a tried and precious stone. Weeping endures for a night but joy comes in the morning. Christ is the hope, precious, love and essence of who Christians are. The house decays in the storm but the foundation holds.
Preached by Tommy Boring on April 2, 2017 (Sunday Morning).
Why Don't You Want To Love?
Isaiah 58:1-14 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Do you attend a church because you've always gone to church? Has it become a tradition? God wants people to have a desire from you to love Him. Serving God is not just something that you do in a church. Do you feel or think that God should be pleased with your worship? We should show compassion to others through love. If you claim to worship inside a church but do not show that outside the church, what are you telling others? We should give up ourselves to others. If you see someone in need, would you help them? We all have the ability to care more than what we do. God did not call you to simply worship Him, He called you to love Him but to help others. Have you ever wondered why God doesn't bless you like you think He should? Stop and consider what you have done for Him. Have you done and given your all and best?
Preached by Lucas Boring on May 25, 2014 (Sunday Morning).
Help!
Isaiah 41:10 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Thinking about all the things that can happen in the past year. Trouble, joy, hardship but uplifting. Through all of it, God is there. The one thing that is common with all of us is help. There are some things that each of us can help each other with, but God said, "I will help thee". When it comes to death, no one on this earthly side can't get you into heaven. Psalm 3:2 There are a lot of doubters in this world. Don't be doubtful, let God help you. Many people want to live in the world of self help. Psalm 22:11 Out of all of our fears, God will comfort. Psalm 42:5 There are people that suffer because they do not look to God for His guidance. Psalm 46:1 When we are in troubles, ask God for His refuge and strength. Psalm 50:11 Man can not help when it's Gods place to. The first step is to admit you've got a problem that you can't fix. Psalm 37:40 There are some things that can help you, but the lack of trust will keep you from getting the help. Not everyone will reach for help. To be saved or to get help, we must first trust God. Mark 9:23 There is not anything that God can't do. Psalm 33:20 Sometimes we must wait and have patience on Gods timing. Psalm 109:26 Sometimes we just need to say it. Hebrews 13:6 
Preached by Tommy Boring on December 29, 2013 (Sunday Morning).
How Serious Are You?
Isaiah 55:1-5 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Serious was tearing the roof off when you couldn't get through the door. It was casting all you had of two mites. It was laying your head on a chopping block knowing it was over. We love a life of ease and pleasure. We expect a hand out without working. We are usually more concerned with our own flesh than others. Yet we expect God to save but we take our relationship with Him for granted. Have you ever thought about the crazy love that God has for you? The greatest commandment that God gave us was for us to love Him back with ALL our hearts. Is your heart divided? Do you realize that most of the things we do each day doesn't matter? When you truly love God, you will want to do what God tells you. People attend church and never feel or do anything but leave saying they served God. Do you love God more than food? Then go without it a day or two. Do you love Jesus more than entertainment? Did you look for your cell phone before you came to church tonight? How about your bible? How many things are more important to you than God? What if God told you He was going to take those things away? How bad do you really want God to move and be in your life? Relationships are closer if work is involved for each other. Are you working for God? Do you brush your teeth or take a shower longer than you read your bible? You can tell God all day long that you love Him, but never show it. Love is an action, show Him that you love Him. Do you love Jesus? Do you really? Is your love conditional, you need Him only when something is wrong in your life?
Preached by Tommy Boring on May 22, 2013 (Wednesday).
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