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There's Life In the Water
1 Kings 18:35-39 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
We need to get on fire for God. Mediocrity is death. We need to let go of our indifference and let God. Life is in the water. Elijah was bringing life back to the altar. There's nothing God did t take that He won't restore. When we sacrifice what separates us from God on the altar, life is given in return. There's life at the altar. God switches our sacrifice and surrender for restoration and life. There's no life anywhere but in God. God is the source of water and wastes nothing. He is the resource. The altar is where faith is proven. It's the place where things are real. There's water all over the altar. Everything you love most is in the altar and in all these things there is life. The most important thing you could have in you altar , it's what the drought stricken world doesn't have and you can have all the water you need everyday. Why won't you go to the altar? Because the hard part is the preparation for prayer. The willingness to surrender. We aren't waiting on God; He's waiting on us. You'll never be able to go to the altar of God and not leave unchanged. But we have to bring our best. We cannot have sin and expect God to accept our sacrifice.
Preached by Tommy Boring on October 2, 2016 (Sunday Evening).
Take a Stand
Daniel 1:1-21 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Some people give their lives to their country to protect and provide freedom for their country. Spouses give to each other because of a union and of love. Most today are so confusing because they change and go back and forth on their stance of certain issues. Most are distracted by the ordinary and they lose the purpose. If one says they have to do something it's usually because of our own selfish desires. We must allow God to use us as an empty vessel. Is there not a cause, a purpose? Sacrifice, it's a cost that's involved when commitment is made. When one takes a stand for God, they are not alone. When it comes to the children of God there should be a difference between the rest of the world. We must make up our minds on which side we are going to stand on. We as Christians need to band together and fight for the common cause. Look deep inside yourself and ask the question why you either serve God entirely or on occasion. It's hard to get people to commit because most have their own agenda. What keeps you from getting closer to God? Whatever it is, it's a god and needs to be removed. Most church members rely on a handful of others to bring God to church for them. One must know the Word of God and be anchored in it. If God be for you, who could be against you? God is in full control and holds everything in His hands. If God is in full control then why do we doubt His commands? Will you take a stand on God beside yourself?
Preached by Tommy Boring on May 29, 2016 (Sunday Morning).
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).
A Thirst For God
Psalm 42:1-11 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
John 7:37 In order to thirst for God we must first be without God. The world provides us a drink but it is not quenching. The world no longer thirsts after God. Do you hunger more for God than you do the things of the world? If you don't love God on Monday then you won't love Him on Sunday. The things that the devil gives does not nurture the soul. If you don't love Jesus then everything else will fall apart. If you go to church for any reason other than you love God, then you're going for the wrong reason. When you eat too much of the world you will begin to get full and no longer hunger for God. Because of the abundance of "church" and freedom we've become uncaring and too comfortable to love God. Wednesday night services is the icing on the cake for our worship. Are you gospel hardened? When times get hard and barren, thank God for it. There are some of us that need to be brought down in order for us to see that God is truly all we need. Pray that God makes you thirsty because if you are thirsty you will hunt for God.
Preached by Tommy Boring on June 18, 2014 (Wednesday).
Transformed By Beholding
2 Corinthians 3:12-18 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Christians need to continue to grow. We should not allow the things of the world to come into our lives. If you've been born again, you know if you're living your life according to God. If you are saved ask yourself a question, are you still drinking milk from God? The Jewish nation is blinded also the lost to what the saved can see. If one is saved, God has given you something that can transform your life. God wants a player not a spectator. If you are growing there will be pain. Christians are not growing because they are not attending school, reading from the text book and studying for their tests. If you've got a heart for God, you'll want to be more like a God.
Preached by Tommy Boring on September 4, 2013 (Wednesday).
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