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To Delay is Dangerous
Luke 19:1-10 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Jesus came to save all from the rich to the poor. There is only one category a person can fall in, lost or saved. Some people don't know their lost, they've not come to the age of accountability. Others know and either seek out Jesus or run from Him. There have been a lot of curious people come to Jesus. When you want to be next to Jesus, there will always be obstacles in the way to keep you from Him. The beggars obstacle was that he was blind. Zacchaeus's obstacle was his height, he was short. When you realize that you need Jesus, RUN to Him as fast as you can and don't let anything get in your way. When it comes to salvation, delay is a very dangerous thing. Do you realize that Jesus invites Himself to your heart? All you have to do is either open the door and receive Him or keep the door shut refusing Him.
Preached by Tommy Boring on September 30, 2015 (Wednesday).
Are You Nearsighted Or Farsighted?
Philippians 2:1-4 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
We should love others more than ourselves. 1 Cor 13 We should be seeking after others to love. Just like our children and our spouse, we will sacrifice to get the things they want. If we are sharing the gospel with others, who is? Jesus' actions where nothing more than His love towards us. It's high time that we as children of God to change and love others more than ourselves. We take what Christ did for us for granted. Just as Jesus in the Garden of Gasemity, seeking and loving others is difficult at times. Do you like your church just the way it is? Do it all for love, no other motivation should be at the thought.
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on March 29, 2015 (Sunday Evening).
Spoiled Brats with Clean Hands
Philippians 2:5-11 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Jesus didn't come to earth for himself but for us. Christ came to fulfill the will of God and we should do the same. We should be centered about others and not self. We should be of the same kind of Jesus Christ, seeking others, helping others, serving others. When Jesus, the king of kings was born, He left His riches behind once He became flesh. He was born into poverty. How many times are we worried about ourselves? We should not focus on ourselves. We've all got a problem or two. We at times say we could never be like Christ, but that's not true. To be Christlike we should give unto our neighbor far more than they need. If our neighbor asks for a shirt, we should not only give them our shirt but our jacket too. We often complain about every little thing. But we should stop complaining and realize that's it's not all about us. Others suffer more than we do. How many times do we wake up and the first thing we think of is ourselves? We sometimes think we have are a great Christian, but God says there is no one that is good. How many times are you willing to give up your time for others and Christ? If you seen or knew of someone in need, would you help them? If you knew of someone that were lost, would you love them?
Preached by Tommy Boring on February 15, 2015 (Sunday Evening).
Willing To Lend A Hand
Acts 3:1-11 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Our responsibility is to seek out those that need the spiritual uplifting of God. Sometimes people just want someone to care. Doesn't the lost look for something that will bring them peace and joy? God chose to use us to seek out those that need Him. We as Christians are to be the body of Christ and help those in need for them to look not at us, but to Christ. The devil wants everyone to be distracted from looking towards God. We should live our lives so that others are sure that something will happen with Christ. Do you have confidence in your church that they will be obedient to God? God never promised prosperity in your life. Our earthly expectations doesn't compare to what God can give. Sometimes it takes a touch, it may take you to say something.
Preached by Tommy Boring on June 15, 2014 (Sunday Evening).
Weeping for a Soul
Nehemiah 1:1-4 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Examine yourself. If you were the only representative for the church of a God, what would they see? Would they see in you a desire for Jesus Christ? We often lose touch living in our concert able lifestyles of those that are dying and of those that are in need. How many of us are truly concerned of those that are lost? Jesus didn't come to make your life easy, heal you or for your pleasure. Those that do not win souls to salvation is foolish. How did we as Christians get so comfortable that we no longer work in the field? We are more concerned about what hurts our feelings, selfish. If the motivation is not about the souls of the lost, then STOP IT. The purpose of the church is to show others salvation and to bring them into salvation. When was the last time that you wept, mourned and fasted for a soul? Does it bother you that you know people, loved ones that are doing to hell? Why wait for God to tell you to go? He has already told you to go with the Great Commission.
Preached by Tommy Boring on October 20, 2013 (Sunday Morning).
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