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Posts Tagged ‘Trust’

Bits & Bytes

Posted by Rick on November 16, 2011

Here are some “sound bites” from Sunday morning’s message, “It Looks Like Rain” based on Matthew 24:4-12, 36, 42:

  • Don’t be afraid
  • Don’t be misled
  • Be on the alert
  • There will be lots of signs as to His coming
  • Look for the signs and you’ll know it’s soon

You can listen to the message here or by clicking on the audio player below:

http://rboyne.sermon.net/da/119747438

You can also listen to the evening sermon, “Gloom, Despair, & Agony on Me” based on I Samuel 27:1-12 here or by clicking on the audio player below:

http://rboyne.sermon.net/da/119751141

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Bits & Bytes

Posted by Rick on August 4, 2011

Here are some “sound bites” from Sunday morning’s message, “Believers’ Social Security” based on Psalm 37:3-5:

  • We must not put our trust in things of this world.
  • We must put our trust in God
  • We must find our delight in God and His kingdom
  • We must fully commit ourselves to God

You can listen to the message here or by clicking on the audio player below:

http://rboyne.sermon.net/da/2740810

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Bits & Bytes

Posted by Rick on April 12, 2011

Here are some “Sound Bites” from Sunday morning’s message, “Righteous for the Unrighteous” based on Matthew 27:15-26:

  • Pilate knew Jesus was innocent.
  • Pilate thought he could persuade the crowd to release Jesus instead of the murderer Barabbas.
  • The priests and elders convinced the people to ask for Barabbas.
  • This surprised Pilate and did as they asked to avoid a riot.
  • Jesus was innocent and suffered punishment.
  • Barabbas was guilty and set free.
  • We are like Barabbas.

You can listen to the message here or by clicking on the audio player below:

http://rboyne.sermon.net/da/2655811

You can also listen to the evening message, “Trust in Action” based on I Samuel 14:1-23 here or by clicking on the audio player below:

http://rboyne.sermon.net/da/2655877

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Bits & Bytes

Posted by Rick on February 14, 2011

Here are some “sound bites” from Sunday morning’s message, “The Christian Life: Stewardship” based on Mark 12:41-44:

  • Tithing is a command of the law of the Old Covenant.
  • There is no way Christians can biblically tithe today.
  • What we call tithing today is merely giving 10%.
  • God does not call us to tithe.
  • He calls us to give sacrificially.
  • He calls us to give faithfully.
  • He calls us to trust Him to meet our needs.
  • To require someone to tithe is nothing more than modern-day pharisee-ism and legalism.

You can listen to the message here or by clicking on the audio player below:

http://rboyne.sermon.net/da/2609109

You can also listen to the evening message, “A Changed Man” based on I Samuel 10:1-16 here or by clicking on the audio player below:

http://rboyne.sermon.net/da/2609178

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Bits & Bytes

Posted by Rick on November 17, 2010

Here are some “sound bites” from Sunday morning’s message, “Victory in Jesus” based on Romans 8:35-39:

  • Satan is a liar
  • We are adopted children of God
  • We are more than conquerors
  • Satan has no right to even talk to us

You can listen to the sermon here or by clicking on the audio player below:

http://rboyne.sermon.net/da/2545003

You can also listen to the Sunday evening message, “Guilt Offerings” based on I Samuel 6:1-21 here or by clicking on the audio player below:

http://rboyne.sermon.net/da/2545149

 

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Bits & Bytes

Posted by Rick on June 7, 2010

Here are some “sound bites” from Sunday morning’s message, “The Grime of Guilt” based on Psalm 32:

  • God does not motivate out of guilt.
  • Guilt that is left-over after forgiveness doesn’t come from God.
  • Satan uses guilt to make you think you aren’t good enough for God’s service or Kingdom.
  • God washes away the grime of guilt to make forgiveness complete.

You can listen to the message here or by clicking on the audio player below:

http://sermon.net/download.php?c=17998-count_audio_download-2427744

You can also listen to the evening message, “The Love of Money” based on I Timothy 6:6-10 here or by clicking on the audio player below:

http://sermon.net/download.php?c=17998-count_audio_download-2427687

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Bits & Bytes

Posted by Rick on January 5, 2010

Here are some “sound bites” from Sunday morning’s message, “A Matter of Trust” based on Mark 12:41-44:

  • Tithing is an Old Testament concept
  • Tithing is not commanded in the New Testament
  • Tithing is a concept under the law
  • The New Testament model of giving is based on grace
  • The concept of tithing is abused and mis-guided in the church today
  • 10% is a good place to start, but Jesus demands everything
  • If you can’t trust God with your finances, how can you trust Him with to save your soul?
  • If God isn’t Lord over your money, He probably isn’t Lord over your heart either.

You can listen to the message here or by clicking on the audio player below:

http://sermon.net/download.php?c=17998-count_audio_download-2316921

You can also listen to the message brought by Bro Charles Cameron in the evening service “Ready to Preach” based on Romans 1:15-17 here or by clicking on the audio player below:

http://sermon.net/download.php?c=17998-count_audio_download-2316970

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Bits & Bytes

Posted by Rick on July 21, 2009

Here are some “sound bites” from Sunday morning’s sermon, “You Are Not Alone” based on Daniel 6:19-27:

  • Our perception of circumstances do not often match reality.
  • When we are alone, we tend to do things based on fear that we wouldn’t ordinarily do.
  • We have a decision to make: trust God or trust ourselves.
  • When we trust God, it leads to life.
  • When we trust ourselves, it leads to destruction.

You can listen to the sermon by clicking the audio player below or by going to http://www.sermon.net/rboyne and searching for the sermon title.

http://sermon.net/download.php?c=17998-count_audio_download-2195551

You can also listen to Sunday evening’s sermon, “Sin Is Not Our Master” based on Romans 6:12-23 by clicking on the audio player below or by going to http://www.sermon.net/rboyne and searching for the sermon title.

http://sermon.net/download.php?c=17998-count_audio_download-2195848

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Bits & Bytes

Posted by Rick on October 7, 2008

Here are some “sound bites” from Sunday morning’s sermon, “Borrowing Worry” based on Matthew 6:25-34)

  • Jesus said, “Do not worry”.  That is a command.
  • We worry when we take our eyes off of God and keep them on our troubles.
  • God knows what we need.  That might be different than what we want.
  • It isn’t about you.  It is about God.
  • Worry is the interest we pay when we borrow from tomorrow’s problems.

You can listen to the sermon here or click on the audio player below.

You can also listen to Sunday evening’s sermon, “Help My Unbelief!”, based on Mark 9:14-24 here or by clicking on the audio player below.

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