Because we are no longer in bondage to the power of sin, we no longer need to fear God’s judgment, the Holy Spirit comes and removes that fear and in its place gives us a sense of peace and security. How does he do that? By reminding us that we are not slaves owned by sin, we are adopted as sons and daughters who belong to God. The Spirit does not make people slaves, but sons.
Living By The Spirit (Part 2)
March 3, 2019 • Mike DuBard
The Matter of Salvation Part 2
The Sovereignty Of God • June 2, 2019 • Mike DuBard
In our bible-belt Christian culture it’s very easy for us to take this matter of salvation for granted. Often times salvation is simply assumed whether it’s because one grew up in the church, said a prayer when they were little or because people can point to some past personal experience, but our hope should never be placed in a past experience, even though they are important. Salvation should always be examined through the lens of present faith.
The Matter Of Salvation
The Gospel Of God's Sovereignty • May 26, 2019 • Mike DuBard
The world today sees the progression of its own virtue and believes that one does not need faith outside of oneself. Rather by believing in one’s own righteous actions, being far greater than those in the past, and because of their sincerity, they will ultimately be provided whatever salvation may be necessary. But is that true? What is the standard God is looking for? Is it just being better? Is it just being sincere?