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|Loved By The Shepherd|
|Psalm 23:1-6 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).|
|God doesn't give you everything that you just want. However God will grant you the things that you need. Every living thing God cares for and they never have to worry about anything but God loves us more that those things. Man wasn't meant to work 7 days a week. We are to rest at least one day. God understand the importance of spiritual rest. If you follow God He will give you the rest that you need. He will provide the spiritual rest. God knows exactly what you need and will lead you in the right path if only you follow Him. We must obey him. No matter where we go God will always be there even in death. The rod and staff where one of the same. The rod is used to pull you back, to rescue. The staff is used in chastening to teach and to show love. Your enemies have no power over you. The obvious is the devil but think about your flesh. Our flesh is the worst enemy that we have.|
|Preached by Tommy Boring on October 17, 2018 (Wednesday).|
|James 4:6 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).|
|Grace is only given to the humble. Pride will lead you to hell. Have you ever thought about what grace is? A perfect story of grace is the story of the prodigal son. A father gave his son a lot of money but the son wasted on frivolous things. The son finally came to his senses while eating the hogs slop. The sons plan was to ask for forgiveness and to be a simple servant for being disobedient. But the father had other plans for his son. The father had grace, shown grace and gave grace. Not only was the father happy his son returned but gave him the best he had, the family ring, a rob and the best calf for a prepared feast. Just as this father did for his son, Jesus Christ has done the same to each of us. He stands calling for his child to come home. With outstretched arms, begging for His children to return. But His children sit and wallow in the worlds slop and in their own pride.|
|Preached by Bruce Whitehead on February 24, 2016 (Wednesday).|