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Go Back If You Can
Ruth 1:15-18 (Part of the Ruth 1 series).
What are you holding onto? Religion, family, church, etc but none of that will save you from hell. The attendance to a church will not matter in the end. The only thing that will matter is why you were or not in attendance. Matthew 8, If you love your parents more than God, they have become your god. Luke 9, Jesus did not say we should not care for our families but to make sure that the motive isn't worshiping them. Some are holding onto something that will drag them straight to hell. You just let go of it and turn to God. Luke 17, Lots wife turned back because she couldn't let her sin go. If you make a choice to follow Christ (Salvation) then you've made a decision to never turn your back on Him. 2 Peter 2, One can NOT keep themselves saved. If it's of their own "salvation" they will soon turn to what they truly are, a sinner that is lost. Will you stay with Jesus? Who are the people of God? People fall all the time but there is a difference in falling and going back. Falling means you'll get back up, going back means you never had it to begin with. Joshua 24:14-15
Preached by Tommy Boring on March 13, 2016 (Sunday Morning).
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).
Peace, Be Still
Mark 4:35-41 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
In our lives we will all have storms. We will run around crazy trying to figure out what to do when they come all along forgetting about the one that has full control over the storms. We also want to question God and ask why it's taking God so long to help you. We would all be a lot better off if we just asked God and have patience that God has all the control and it will be alright. A lot of us simply need to trust in God. We forget that He lives inside us if we are saved. So many struggle with things because we try to fix it ourselves.
Preached by Bruce Whitehead on November 4, 2015 (Wednesday).
What Type of Soldier Are You?
Joshua 6:1-10 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
If you're a child of God, then you're in a battle. Your position might be different than the next. Most here in this country are patriotic and will fight for our freedoms. However, will you fight for God? There are more listeners than doers for God. If you are a preacher then you need to preach what God gives you and not sugar coat it. If our boss or a general tells us to do something we say yes sir or yes ma'am but when God tells us to do something we want to argue and whine about it. If we were getting paid to do Gods work, would you get a pay check at the end of the week? There are three categories of Christians. There are the armed. These are Christians that are on the front line. These carry the sword of the Spirit and are equipped with the armor of God. We as Christians should defend the Word of God in ALL circumstances. We should be equipped for battle through training. We have training sessions each Sunday morning during Sunday school. We also have training during preaching to teach us how to use our equipment, the armor of God. How often do you sit and try to figure out Gods plan? Another group of Christians is the trumpeters. Christians, ministers, preachers that are telling others that God is on His way. Don't stop sending out the Word as messengers. The third type of Christian is the ones that simple march. Marching is not doing anything but it's being obedient. Following the orders, filling in the gaps so there are no place for the devil to break through. Which Christian are you? Are you even in the battle at all?
Preached by Tommy Boring on May 27, 2015 (Wednesday).
Jesus Loves the Little Children
Matthew 18:1-14 (Part of the Miscellaneous series).
There are lots of needs to small children but the greatest of the needs are not physical. You must be converted as a small child. The first thing is that you must be dependent just as a child is completely dependent upon someone for everything. You must be dependent upon God. Once you become saved, you'll find out that being prideful never works. We should always lower ourselves and exalt Jesus Christ above all. It's very important to pay attention to the little children in our lives. When start bring your children to church, your life will be blessed. You better be careful how you treat little children as a saved person. Each small child has an angel that ministers to them.
Preached by Tommy Boring on December 3, 2014 (Wednesday).
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