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Are You A Neighbor?
Luke 10:25-37 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
A lot of times we try to justify ourselves instead of trusting that God knows best. God knows everything about so He knows when we are trying to get out of doing something we aught not do. You'll never be right with God if you're not right with someone else. So who is your neighbor? Your neighbor is anyone that you come into contact with. We can't mark people off or right them off because they look, act or smell a certain. Are you a neighbor? Are you in the position to where you allow things to blind you from loving someone? Are you loving others as you love yourself? Are you actively involved with others showing them that Christ died for them just as He died for you? We have NEVER merited Gods love for us. We have no right to Christ. Christ bled and died for everyone and not just a select few. How far are you willing to go? Most have a certain amount of compassion but it's limited. Once that limit is met then the compassion ends and goes no further. You realize that Christ was the neighbor that noticed you in the ditch, cut up, bruised and bullied by the world and yet He got in the ditch with you and rescued you! He came to where you were and lifted you up! Every unbeliever is on their way to death faster and faster with each breath they take. But Christ is reaching down to the lost and asking to just take a His hand. He will pull them out of the ditch they are in and set them on a full of life path. Mat 7:12
Preached by Tommy Boring on January 13, 2019 (Sunday Evening).
There's Always A Need For Jesus
Job 16:1-22 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Job prayed for help during his troubling times. He prayed for an intercessor. At that time Jesus wasn't born yet. He wouldn't come for another 1500 years. Isa 53:8, Heb 7:25, Rom 8:28 The blood of the bulls and goats couldn't satisfy the needs of sin therefore an ultimate sacrifice was needed. Jesus came, walked and lived perfectly and was sacrificed for everyone's sins.
Preached by Cameron Crisp on December 5, 2018 (Wednesday).
A Warning Of Separation
Galatians 5:1-8 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
The devil will find every opportunity to slither his way into a persons life. The devil will present sin to you in a way that looks really good. God will punish you if you're not in His will. We are all guilty of doing things that God told us not to do. The altar is NOT for shame but for mercy.
Preached by Cameron Crisp on October 10, 2018 (Wednesday).
Be Still
Psalm 46:1-11 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Even when you're really still you're often times still busy within. Most everyone lives by some sort of timeline. Be still. Let go and let God. We must stop with the television, cell phone, etc. These things take up our times with God. A sacrifice is often made because we don't want to give up those things. A lot of our instruction requires us to be still. Check your "to do lists" and make sure that God is on it. At the top of the list should be, be still for God. One can't say that they don't have time to be still with God. There has always been 24 hours in the day. The problem is that stuff takes up that time and we are unwilling to remove the stuff and replace it with God. Make an effort to make time for God. Our schedules should have God in them and if they don't then what does that say? It will fall apart if I'm not involved. This is false, God is in full control and without Him it would fall apart. We are replaceable. Look in a graveyard and you'll see it full replaced people. The things they once did someone else has picked it up and are continuing it. Are we not like a person that's afraid of a bee? The devil comes around and we begin flailing around trying to stop him. All the while WE have no control over the devil by ourselves. God is the only one that can rid of of the devil and his pestering actions. We must put God first, be still. We must all graduate from kindergarten when it comes to our spiritual lives. Get off the milk and start consuming solid foods. Prayer along is alright but you need more Jesus to truly live. We must know Him, intimately, personally because He wants to hold us. God is asking us to stop and be still for just a moment so He can be close to us. Once you get to that place, hope grows as well as our faith.
Preached by Tommy Boring on May 20, 2018 (Sunday Morning).
Because He Is Worth It
Hebrews 13:7 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
A Christian leader is one that leads by example and by respect. Great Christian leaders that have led by examples is Henry Webb. He lived almost 3.5 miles away from the church and would walk to the church house each and every time the doors were open. He walked thru all kinds of elements because God was worth it to him. A faithful member. The sad truth is that today, most have a problem getting out of bed when it's cold outside even though our vehicles are heated as well as the church. People are watching whether you want them to or not.

Henry Webb's obituary: "Henry Webb was born June 29, 1904, and departed this life Dec. 2, 1989, being 84 years, 5 months, and 3 days of age.

Henry professed faith in Christ and joined the New Providence Primitive Baptist Church on November 9, 1969, and was baptized November 16, 1969.

He was a very faithful member of his church and loved it and the people of the church.

He labored in the building of the New Providence Church both in the first building and in the present building, the church was his life as long as he was able to attend."

We should examine ourselves to make sure that what we show to the world is a godly life. God needs leaders in His church. Are you willing to be a leader? Are you able to? You must first be able before you can be a leader.
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on February 28, 2018 (Wednesday).
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