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Dining With God
John 12:1-3 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Gal 2:22, Christ lives in us if you've been saved. Hopefully when you've come to the house of God you've prepared to dine with God. There are times that the meal that God has prepared isn't as sweet as we think it should be. We shouldn't turn our nose up to it as its good for us. John 6:35, God is the bread of life. When one comes to eat, Christ will satisfy. Family is good but Gods family is so much better. They work when no one is watching and uplifts others in Christ thru Christ and their obedience.

Worship is a must. Some of us get out of worship but we find ourselves down and needing to go back to worship. Sometimes we think we can do it ourselves, but we can't.

Salvation is the best thing from the meal. Have you ever seen someone else's salvation and their excitement? If a Christian denies Christ then you will become a stumbling block to others.

Martha is hospitable. Martha was a busy and was serving others. God blessed her with a gift of serving others. You should be welcoming as Martha when it comes to your church. She was practical, straight to the point. We should be to the point when it comes to sharing Christ with others. We shouldn't speak with words of great elegance only to confuse those that don't understand them.

Mary was a humble person. She was one of the first ones to the tomb of Christ. Mary was usually always found at the feet of Jesus. John 20:16, referred to Jesus as her Master. She was filled with 7 Devils when Jesus met her to which He promptly removed, Mark 1:22-24. 1 John 5:8, what God gives nothing can take away. We should be in great awe of what He does.

Lazarus sat at the table with Jesus the one that had just raised him from the dead. Just imagine what he would have thought. While Martha and Mary served Jesus and the table while Lazarus sat and thought of the one that raised him. John 17:1

Preached by Jeff Welshan on April 15, 2018 (Sunday Evening).
I Am The Resurrection
1 Corinthians 15:19-22 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
A lot of people take into consideration things that simply don't matter. The evening news or anyone else for that matter knows NOT when Jesus will come again.

When one think about miracles then the number one miracle would be one that was raised from the dead. At some point in our lives you're going to hear that someone is dead. We think that death is the final end to life. Jesus has power to raise from the dead. The obstacle that Jesus didn't have was raising from the dead, it was the death itself. Jesus' power brought back at least three people from the dead. If your lost then your dead and stink with sin. When God calls your name, come be saved. 3 common points to the three dead, they were all dead, He called them by name and Jesus had the power to speak to them.

In Jesus' death He told them that He would raise in three days. No one believed Him even the guards. The guards thought that someone Jesus knew would steal His body and flame He lived again. So if Jesus knew He was going to die, why didn't He prepare for His death by getting a tomb? He didn't need it because He wasn't going to stay in it. So did the angel that rolled the stone away let Jesus out? No, the Angel was there to show that He wasn't in the tomb. Even then a few of the disciples still couldn't believe that He had truly risen.

If you're looking for Jesus, He is as close as your belief. You need to run to Jesu as fast as you can. Some of you can hear Him calling your name from the tomb you are in.

1 Thes 4:13-17 The physical body is in the ground at death and will remain there. The soul goes to be with Jesus or In Hell. At the second coming of Christ the physical will be joined with the soul with the saved being joined together first.

Preached by Tommy Boring on April 1, 2018 (Sunday Morning).
Who Is Rich?
Mark 10:17-31 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Every adult is rich. 70% of the adult population has less than $10,000. The problem is that we like to compare what others have to ours and see that others or richer than you therefore defining your own definition of what rich means.

The reason that Jesus came was because we couldn't keep the commandments. Think about your own life, heat and cool at the touch of a button. Hot water by the turn of a switch. So these things that you "own" surely since you own them you can keep them forever. At the time of your death, what will you take with you? All the belongings in your life will be left behind and nothing will be taken with you when you die.

Going to a third world country we see and compare what they have versus us. The comparison is not fair because it's based upon our current lifestyle. If one would stop and ask them if they are poor they would surely say they are not.

Billionaires wish they were happier at times but they seemingly have everything they could ever want. What does it profit a man to have everything but die with with a lost soul. Here on this earth you could have all the riches in the world but die lost and have nothing. A saved person can live on this earth with nothing to their name and die and be the richest person for eternity.

In today's time it's difficult to call to the sinner because they think they have everything they need. Can a rich person be saved? Yes, but they must put their riches away, they can't put their trust in them. A man can't worship two gods. People that trust in riches have no need for a savior because they put their trust in their riches. If you've got anything in this life, rejoice over it. Each time you can turn the water on, rejoice! With every egg you eat, rejoice! With each minute you work, rejoice!

You came into the world naked and empty handed, you will also leave this world naked and empty handed no matter what you own or know. How rich are you? If you don't have Christ, salvation, then you are as poor as poor can be.

Preached by Tommy Boring on March 25, 2018 (Sunday Morning).
No Excuses, Pastors, Peace, Warn & Comfort
1 Thessalonians 5:12-24 (Part of the The Need For Christian Duties series).
We should be living and growing towards God. Here you will see a series of things that need to be done. There are many religions or cults that are based on works and works only. The truth is that works without being saved is nothing, empty.

No Excuses: Eph 4:1 Christians are not excused for Gods work. Every Christian has been called by God to do His duties. The flesh wants to only do what pleases it and it is lazy and wants to not do anything. 2 Tim 1:12-13 we should hold fast the Word of God, truth.

Pastors: 1 Thes 5:12-13 Christians should understand fully the work of the pastor. We should love them and lift them up before God. It's not the person but the function that should be cherished and loved. Man didn't setup the church, God did and ordained it as His.

Peace: We should also be at peace with each other and not bicker amongst ourselves. Rom 12:18 if two people are saved then peace should be between the two. Rom 14:19 we should follow after things that are peaceful with others. There is no place within the body of Christ for grudges. Psa 133:1 it's always good for unity between the Christian.

Warn: 1 Thes 5:14 we as Christians should warn the unruly or unholy. This means that in love we should approach a fellow Christian and warn them that what they are on the wrong path. We should care enough for the brethren to warn them.

Comfort: 1 Thes 5:14 if one lives long enough the less your mind remembers. We should comfort those that can not care for themselves. Gal 6:2 The body of Christ should care for those that can't do for themselves. Supporting the weak or broken. We sacrifice to give to others that give themselves.

Preached by Tommy Boring on March 21, 2018 (Wednesday).
Cold Hearts and Hardened Souls
Jeremiah 23:29 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
The Word of God is a fire that burns within. It is like a hammer that breaks the rocks the hardness of the hearts. If one lets it, it will set you on fire for God. If the Word of God doesn't move you then you need to examine your Christian life. Not only does the Word burn and bring them together but it's like a hammer breaking the hardness of the heart, softens it. How can one be saved and not enjoy the Word of God? The Word of God saves us and keeps us. Do you believe the Word of God? The fire of God will and should set your heart on fire. It should change you, move you and cause you to work for Him.
Preached by Tommy Boring on March 18, 2018 (Sunday Evening).
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