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How To Be Happy
Psalm 1:1-6 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
What's going on in our world right now? Just a few years ago folks loved to worship God and couldn't wait to worship God and depending on God for everything. The devil has come to steal, kill and destroy. For all of us there is two parts to us, a flesh and a spiritual. Blessed is the man that doesn't walk with the world. Satan doesn't want us to tell anyone about the goodness of God or invite folks or even yourself to church. So how can a man or woman be happy? There is only one thing that can make one happy. Which would you rather have, something that's temporary or something that's eternal?
  • To truly be happy you must be born again. You must personally know Jesus Christ.
  • A prayer life is the next thing to have happiness. If you have a prayer life you can stay close to God.
  • Stay in your bible, make a set time to read His word. It will help you stand when you can't stand on your own.
  • You must also be a committed Christian. You should be committed to God, your church membership and your fellow Christian brothers and sisters.
  • One should also be assured in Jesus Christ and His word. The time is fast approaching to His second coming. The signs are right in front of us and are taking place every second, everyday.
  • We must believe the Word. Just because the pastor says it doesn't mean it's the gospel. The pastor is just as human s the next and we should know the bible and its life and not the pastors or anyone else's.
Preached by Tim Martin on August 13, 2017 (Sunday Evening).
Wake Up & Be Vigilant!
(Part of the Miscellaneous series).
There is a way to men that seems right but it's always wrong. God will never NOT love His people, the saved. We have an enemy that goes around and devours the weak. There will always be hard times but there will always be a deliverer. Have you read the back of the book? If you think for one second that you're strong, the devil is about to pounce on you. The enemy knows what he wants and it's you. When Jesus was weak in the wilderness, Satan tempted Him. Who can stand against God? There are things in this world that simply do not matter. Why did you get saved? There are things that you can not take with you when you die, those things do not matter. One doesn't know what feels good until one experiences what feels bad first.
Preached by Tommy Boring on May 3, 2015 (Sunday Morning).
Signed, Sealed and Delivered
Jude 1:2 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Once you've been born again, you are saved for eternity. Some believe that you can lose your salvation. If it was based on works or what you sin, we would never be saved. Salvation isn't based on a persons ability, it's based on Gods grace and His ability. God didn't save the outward person. The outward person will die and will go back to the earth at the point of death, it has an expiration date. God didn't save the outward flesh or we would never get sick, die, have ailments. What is salvation if it's not constant? Some feel that there is something that we can do to cause God to stop loving you or cause Him to remove His salvation from you. What kind of hope would you have if you felt like you could lose your salvation tomorrow? God promised it and it's eternal. John 3:14-17, John 10:27-29, Eph 1:13-14, 1 Pet 1:23. 1 Pet 1:3-5
Preached by Tommy Boring on January 4, 2015 (Sunday Morning).
Worrying About Nothing
Hebrews 12:18-29 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
When we think of Christ we think of love. We often think and began to worry about the worldly things which will all pass away. We also begin to feel sorry for ourselves because of illness or because we feel we need a certain thing. Jesus was the ultimate sacrifice. We should stop and think about what Christ has done for our soul when we start to be low in spirit. God gives us blessings but He can always take them away.
Preached by Lucas Boring on October 1, 2014 (Wednesday).
Are You Near-Sighted or Far-Sighted?
2 Corinthians 4:15-18 (Part of the Prayer series).
Preached by Tommy Boring on March 22, 2012 (Wednesday).
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