Looking for a particular topic? Use our Keywords page to locate the sermons by popular topics.

Preacher Services
Book Series
Start date End date
Keywords
Sort by Direction
 

Subscribe to Podcast

Subscribe to full podcast All sermons
iTunesOther
Subscribe to custom podcast Filtered sermons
iTunesOther

Sermons (10)

Knock, Knock
Revelation 3:20 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Those that have been called of God to preach have an obligation to do His work. It's the responsibility and the authority to preach the Word that is NOT watered down. The preacher can not save a person. The church can not save a person. The Word of God should does not go out in void. Not everyone that attends church is going to Heaven. The enemy is always amongst us all and he does whatever he can to distract you from getting close to God. Titus 2:11, Christ goes out to people, it doesn't work the other way around. A false preaching today is that one can simply call on God whenever the time is right. God does not work on your time but His own. There's not a single person that sits and waits everyday for someone to knock. When God comes to your house He will knock because your house is locked. Some people hide when someone comes knocking unexpectedly because they don't want what's being offered. Just as God comes knocking, He will visit unexpectedly and He waits. He doesn't knock and leave or run away. He knocks and patiently waits. Little children when they get saved their doors are usually not as shut, locked and barricaded because they've not been exposed to Satan's lies and deceit. 2 Peter 3:9, God doesn't want anyone to parish. God doesn't force Himself into your house. He will knock, call your name, patiently wait and do anything spiritually possible to get you to invite Him in. Just as anyone visits someone, they will wait for awhile patiently. One doesn't know how long they will wait or if they will ever come back. God does the same thing. He's standing, waiting but He will not stay there forever. Only YOU can open your door. No one else can open your door but you. One will not open the door until they accept the fact that they want Him to come in. When God is invited in He comes in and cleans house. He brings His own things and removes the old stuff. When the king moves in He will bring love, joy, peace, and all of His other furniture. He'll take all of your old dirty stuff and cast it away never to be used again.
Preached by Tommy Boring on September 2, 2018 (Sunday Morning).
What a Promise!
Joshua 1:1-9 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Gods made a promise to us, He'll never leave us nor forsake us. He protects us and takes care of us. God doesn't change but always keeps this promise. You may feel like God has forgotten you or forsaken you but He's right here. He never leaves nor forsakes His children, He hears the prayers of the righteous. He hears our prayers. Prayer works- God is our ever present help in time of trouble. Greater is He who is in you then he who is in the world. Has God ever failed you? If we draw near to God, He'll draw near to us. Whenever the enemy comes, all we have to do is scoot closer to God. God doesn't change. His promises are true. If He promised Joshua that He'd never leave him, then He'll never leave you. Sometimes we have to wait to see those promises but those that wait on the Lord shall renew their strength. You've got to put God first because He's the most important.
Preached by Darrell Croft on October 5, 2016 (Wednesday).
The Ram Is In The Thicket
1 Corinthians 10:13 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
The trials we go through are common but they seem personal when they affect our selves. But why do we go through them? First we need to understand temptation. Temptation is a test given from someone. We must ask ourselves if the test is from God or Satan. 1 Peter 1:1-9, at times it might feel as if the test is too hard. If it's a test of God then it's to grow you as a stronger Christian. In these test from God we can either pass or fail them. We can always run away and try to do it ourselves but when it's Gods test we can only run so far on our own. At times we like to blame the devil for tests that are of God. When God makes a promise He will keep it to the very end. God is always very purposeful in everything. Through tribulation we receive patience. The trial of your faith strips away the worldly trusts to point the focus all back upon God. He gives us our health, financial freedoms, etc. God will never test you with evil. The devil will test us with things that appeal to the lust of the flesh. God will not test you with another women to check your love for your wife. This means that for the most difficult battles you've went through God was behind them? Yes, because those are the toughest items to break through in your life. We usually don't have the answers to why He tests. We often don't have the answers as to when the test will begin or start. In the end, we will make it through because in the end the answer is because God brought me through.
Preached by Tommy Boring on April 17, 2016 (Sunday Evening).
Just Give It To Him
(Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Got a problem? Stop holding on to it, let God have it. Give it all to Him and don't pick it back up. Trust that He WILL take care of it.
Preached by Tommy Boring on November 29, 2015 (Sunday Evening).
Stop, Drop & Wait
Isaiah 40:31 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Tribulation works patience. Patience is a virtue and if that's true, Jesus was born with it. Human nature teaches us to try to understand everything. God tells us to simply wait, be patient. God doesn't change His mind because we don't listen or do, He already knows the outcome and has planned for it. We as humans are very impatient. We should trust and wait on Gods will. God tells us to just trust Him. When we do it our way and not wait on Gods will, it will always mess up. Patience is something God gives. Everyone that waits on God will be blessed and be strengthened. Resist taking control when you should be waiting on God. Think of all the times when you've done it yourself and everything just fell into ruins. Faith is believing that God will take care of all of our problems.
Preached by Tommy Boring on May 10, 2015 (Sunday Evening).
Like it? Share it with someone...
Email this to someone
email
Share on Facebook
Facebook
Tweet about this on Twitter
Twitter
Share on LinkedIn
Linkedin
Pin on Pinterest
Pinterest