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Support, Patient, Vengeance & Follow Good
1 Thessalonians 5:12-24 (Part of the The Need For Christian Duties series).
We as Christians have no excuse to live right. Our flesh is weak, the lust of it and the pride of the eye causes a hindrance to all.

Support: In order to support the weak then that means you'll have to be stronger than them. If the blind leads the blind then they will surely end up in the ditch. Christians should give unto those that are lesser. For a lot of people, they would rather be served than to serve others.

Patient: If you do anything for anyone then you'll need patience. Eph 4 Usually or enemy is one in whom we have a complete lack of patience. How often do we give up simply because something didn't turn out the way we thought it should have.

Vengeance: Take no vengeance to yourself. If someone hits you in the face then you should offer the other cheek. Our flesh will tell one to retaliate against others that do us wrong. Jesus himself had every right to "get even" to those that tortured Him, but He didn't! We all deserved and still deserve death for the treatment of Christ still to this day.

Follow Good: We should always follow what is good. The flesh struggles with this daily. When one respond with mercy, compassion and forgiveness to others, this is different than the norm. Monday shouldn't be any different than Sunday. So what is good? A worship service that's spirit filled. The word of God, loving others and praying for others. All of these things are good things.

Preached by Tommy Boring on March 25, 2018 (Sunday Evening).
Don't Take Your Chances
Jude 1:5-16 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Regardless of what one may think, God is coming back. Beginning in the new testaments, God created new promises. Those that are saved will be changed in a blink of an eye, the rest (lost) will remain behind. When God comes for the second time, He will not be coming as a lamb but as a lion. He will come to battle against sin and evil. Just as it's happened in the past when cities were warned for their judgement, it has been promised again for the entire earth. Gods fire will judge and destroy the evil just as Sodom and Gomorrha. So where will the saved be during the second coming? We will be with Him on that day resting and waiting until the tribulation period is finished. Don't think for another second that you'll have a chance to get saved AFTER the rapture. God has never hidden that He is the final judge.
Preached by Tommy Boring on February 1, 2015 (Sunday Morning).
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