Since the Bible says the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of heaven (1 Corinthians 6:9), a believer must be righteous to say he is saved. This means on one hand you are perfected, but our behavior suggests something different at times. Our perfect righteous identity should begin to work itself into our behaviors. So, although you are a righteous child of God as a believer, there is a way to grow into righteous behavior.
Do Believers Grow in Righteousness?
May 10, 2020 • Mike Stubbs
Speaking to Dry Bones
July 5, 2020 • Mike Stubbs
Have you ever dug through your bag of regrets pondering the “what if’s”? Everyone has at some point. We find ourselves asking lots of things and sometimes find we are asking the wrong questions. God has an answer for everyone walking through dry places. In this message we will talk about the right question to ask God as we deal with dry places in our lives.
Embrace Your Assignment with Confidence
June 28, 2020 • Mike Stubbs
Have you ever felt incompetent? Like you just are not up-to-the-task? This kind of uninformed frame of mind can be very self-defeating and leave you feeling very unfulfilled and unsuccessful. The Bible says something completely different about you and where your talents and skills come from. When you embrace what the Bible says, you are set up to step up to another level of success amid challenge.