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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).
Called, Preserved and Sanctified
Jude 1:1-2 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
God became a servant to us when He came to earth in the form of a man. How many go out into the world and take on the Christian attitude of truly being a servant? The greatest in the kingdom of God is the servant. We should love one another as Christ loves us. We live in a battle every day. We must be servants of God, willing to work and fight for His glory. Once one has become employed they must do the job. Every one of us are vessels unto God. So who are you? We are the called. Titus 2:11 Only a few will believe even though all are called. You're not here because you decided to, you're here because He called you. You're not saved because you seemed after Jesus, you're saved because He went search for you. Are you called by God? To be a servant you must not have pride in your life because you must lower yourself before others. An invitation must be given before your allowed to come in. Have you been sealed by God? In order to be preserved one must cover it completely. Something that's preserved can't go bad. Now the earthly flesh goes bad over time and will eventually turn back to dirt, but the inward man, the soul will last forever. Some question eternal salvation but it's very clear. Either what Jesus said was truth or it's not. The promise is not based on our ability but His. Being preserved means you are forever in and the world comes out of you, you are forever changed. Being called is an event. Sanctification is an ongoing process of change where God is making us more like Him. He is trying to make the spiritual man on the inside more than the earthly man on the outside. Trying to do things on your own will never work out without Gods work through sanctification. In order for a fruit tree to bare more fruit it must be trimmed and pruned. It doesn't feel good to be pruned and trimmed but the end result is more fruit, better fruit.
Preached by Tommy Boring on July 31, 2016 (Sunday Evening).
Wondering Endlessly
Isaiah 64:6-8 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
There are times in our Christian walk where we think we've got it all figured out but, our righteousness is of filthy rags. Once we think we've got it figured out, that is when we are about to fall. So at the best that we could do, our works are as filthy rags compared to Gods glory. We all fall short daily and must repent before God. When you get into a hopeless condition with sin, just call on Jesus. Being in sin is truly a hopeless condition. If your saved you can not walk in sin. You might be able to walk in it for awhile but God will not dwell with sin therefore you will walk further and further from Him. A good potter will start out with a lump of unformed clay beginning to work it until it's something that both the potter and others would be proud of. If we were the potter we would just get rid of the lump of clay instead of making it better. At the root of being prepared and ready for church is getting the imperfections out, the sins that are in our lives.
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on June 8, 2016 (Wednesday).
The Privilege of Serving
Ephesians 5:21-33 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
There is a great example given of love, commitment and trust through a marriage. Women are to submit themselves to their husbands, not for ownership. Just as a woman is to submit themselves to their husbands we all are to submit ourselves to God. The husband is the head of their family just as God is the head of our being. God is the head of the church and as long as we follow Him we will be right. Just as when Adam and Eve sinned and God cursed them, Eve, Women, were cursed to always want to lead over the man. You might find it a hardship to follow Christ. If you do, you need to seek out why. It shouldn't be a burden to follow Him because He loved you first when you didn't even ask for it. If you get close to God, you'll get closer to your spouse. Where would we be without Christ? Do you live your life like it's your own? Husbands are to love their wives as Christ loved the church. Christ laid His life down for the church. Husbands, if you are living in the world then you are not living an example of Christ for your wife to follow. How is your love life with God? Do you have your mind on someone else? Romans 8:31-35
Preached by Tommy Boring on July 22, 2015 (Wednesday).
Three Part Sanctification
Jude 1:1-2 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
God is not confused with us. If you're a child of God, then you have a responsibility to stay close to God. You should have something deep inside yourself that is different and calls you back to God. There is a doctrine that we as the children of God need to get and understand. Sanctification is only of a born again believer. The definition is the separation of the secular and sinful of this world and set apart for a sacred purpose. The bible teaches us that once you've been born again, you've been changed. There are three points to sanctification. 1 Cor 1:2, 1 Cor 6:5-11 Positional sanctification comes the very second you are saved. Nothing that we do will not change our positional sanctification. The youngest versus the oldest saved person is equal with their positional sanctification. The next point of sanctification is experiential. Each day we as born again believers should grow with Christ. The dash in the middle of your birthdate and your death date is what makes you who you are. But the day you became saved, the Holy Spirit has something for you to learn each and every day. God has called you and you will have no excuses to why you didn't do what He called you to do. The final point is at the end of our life we will be sanctified. 1 John 3:2-3 We will lay down our hinderance (flesh) and we will receive a new body like the Lamb of God and we will be Holy just as He is.
Preached by Tommy Boring on December 28, 2014 (Sunday Evening).
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