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Dining With God
John 12:1-3 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
Gal 2:22, Christ lives in us if you've been saved. Hopefully when you've come to the house of God you've prepared to dine with God. There are times that the meal that God has prepared isn't as sweet as we think it should be. We shouldn't turn our nose up to it as its good for us. John 6:35, God is the bread of life. When one comes to eat, Christ will satisfy. Family is good but Gods family is so much better. They work when no one is watching and uplifts others in Christ thru Christ and their obedience.

Worship is a must. Some of us get out of worship but we find ourselves down and needing to go back to worship. Sometimes we think we can do it ourselves, but we can't.

Salvation is the best thing from the meal. Have you ever seen someone else's salvation and their excitement? If a Christian denies Christ then you will become a stumbling block to others.

Martha is hospitable. Martha was a busy and was serving others. God blessed her with a gift of serving others. You should be welcoming as Martha when it comes to your church. She was practical, straight to the point. We should be to the point when it comes to sharing Christ with others. We shouldn't speak with words of great elegance only to confuse those that don't understand them.

Mary was a humble person. She was one of the first ones to the tomb of Christ. Mary was usually always found at the feet of Jesus. John 20:16, referred to Jesus as her Master. She was filled with 7 Devils when Jesus met her to which He promptly removed, Mark 1:22-24. 1 John 5:8, what God gives nothing can take away. We should be in great awe of what He does.

Lazarus sat at the table with Jesus the one that had just raised him from the dead. Just imagine what he would have thought. While Martha and Mary served Jesus and the table while Lazarus sat and thought of the one that raised him. John 17:1

Preached by Jeff Welshan on April 15, 2018 (Sunday Evening).
How Much Proof Do You Need?
1 Corinthians 2:7-12 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
So many want to see, touch, physically feel God before they will believe in Him. All they have to do is simply look around to see that there is a creator. One can't just think that it was an accident or just by chance the creation was made. There are people that can experience the wind and know that it's the wind even though one can't see it. The evidence of the wind is proof that it's there. The lost is looking for at the saved for evidence of God. Darwin's theory is just that, a theory. There is no proof that a monkey became a man. There are still monkeys and still humans and none of the monkeys have turn into a human in anyone lifetime. Those that are saved know that God is real because they have felt Him. His Spirit bares witness to ours if you're saved. So who says they're is no God? Only a fool can say they're is no God and worship something is isn't there. The only thing that will send you to hell is the unbelief of God.
Preached by Tommy Boring on January 27, 2016 (Wednesday).
Gods Not Going to Kick the Door In
Revelation 3:20-22 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
God doesn't beat on the door to get your attention. God will not drag you to the altar. God wants you to open the door, wants you to worship because you love Him. Just because you're a church member doesn't mean that you are automatically going to heaven. Jesus was so stressed and troubled that He sweat drops of blood. They then beat Jesus 99 times and was not recognized. Then they plucked out his beard. They then forced Him to carry a cross through the town upon a hill. At this point they nailed him to the cross in order for him to hang with His own weight. Even in the state that Jesus was in, He still loved the thief next to Him and even those around by saying forgive them. The entire earth knew that Jesus was the Christ. We live in a world today that people will live how they feel what is right in their own eyes. Some say they want some big proof from God that He's real. He has already done that, time and time again. What more do you want Him to do? We should love God with everything in our heart. Why are you here? Why do you serve Him? How long has it been since you've sat with God and communed with Him? God will not force you to worship Him.
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on April 26, 2015 (Sunday Morning).
All For His Glory
Philippians 1:3-6 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
God does all the work concerning salvation. God began to seek us out for salvation. After He seeks us then after we accept Him, He sanctifies us. We can not keep ourselves through salvation. When God saves us, He does it eternally. When God saves He changes us into a new creature. If you love God and are one of His, you will follow His commandments. Being saved means you are obedient and will bear fruit. Being saved is not just making a profession, it's repentance, belief and faith. Being saved is not a life of ease and luxury. When the saved sins, we should know it and be sorrowful for sinning. The devil will tell you that you can continue in sin after being saved. Being saved means that when you do sin, you repent and continue to repent.
Preached by Lucas Boring on February 23, 2014 (Sunday Evening).
He First Loved Us
1 John 4:14-21 (Part of the Communion Services series).
Our sin was so great that it took a lot to pay it. We must realize that He went there because He loved us. What kept Jesus on the cross? His love for us. The communion is to be a remembrance of what He did for everyone. We should love one another. We've had every opportunity to praise, worship and love Him. God commanded us to love one another. If you're not loving each other then you are sinning willfully. Let God work through you. Love is not just a word. The blood has always been an atonement for sin since the beginning of time.
Preached by Jeff Patton on June 2, 2013 (Communion).
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