Topic:You maintain peace and balance by abiding in Christ. How do you maintain a sense of peace and spiritual balance when trials strike? The answer is found in an Support the Good work on this Blog Donate in $ God Bless you [jetpack_subscription_form title="GET FREE UPDDATE VIA EMAIL" subscribe_text="JOIN OTHER CHRISTIANS GET UPDATE BY EMAIL" subscribe_button="Sign Me Up" …Read More »
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Topic: Do you truly believe God can help you? Trusting in God requires you to settle two questions in your heart. The first question is whether you think God can help you. Do you believe God is completely able to intervene in your situation? Do you have confidence that the One who laid the foundations of the earth (see …Read More »
Dr Charles F.stanley’s sermon for today:When you surrender to God He sees your devotion and goes to work on your behalf
Topic: When you surrender to God He sees your devotion and goes to work on your behalf. Making such statements requires faith. It demands complete trust in God, even when you do not understand why He has allowed circumstances to unfold a certain way. Think of all the people in the Bible who trusted the Lord and gained a wondrous …Read More »
Topic: Learn to trust in God’s wisdom and timing. One of God’s greatest desires is for you to learn to trust His wisdom and timing.Anytime you expect God to move a certain way, you have missed the deeper lesson He wants you to learn. God’s desire for your life is rooted in the relationship He wants to have with You. It begins within …Read More »
Dr Charles f.stanley’daily sermon for today: When you walk in step with God, He assumes the responsibility to meet your needs
Topic: When you walk in step with God, He assumes the responsibility to meet your needs. When you are walking in step with God, He assumes full responsibility for the answer to your needs, problems, challenges, and circumstances. But again, remember this is according to His will, His purpose, His plan, and in His timing. God may choose to answer your …Read More »
Dr Charles F.stanley ‘sermon for today:.God has all the wisdom, power,and ability necessary to fulfill His promises.
Topic:God has all the wisdom, power,and ability necessary to fulfill His promises. The value of any commitment is based on three things: (1) the ability of the promise maker to fulfill the promise, (2) the integrity of the promise maker, and (3) whether he or she has the character to follow through on the promise. God certainly qualifies on all accounts. …Read More »
Topic: Make the focus of your life God and His kingdom. Jesus taught His disciples not to worry but to “seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you” (Matthew 6:33). This was a promise, a commitment, and a pledge of action that you can also claim. God knows you have …Read More »
Dr Charles F.stanley’s daily sermon for today:Do you believe God is able and eager to meet your needs?
Topic:Do you believe God is able and eager to meet your needs? Do you really believe God is able and eager to meet all of your needs? Most people would say yes. But when difficulty comes, problems arise, and sorrow strikes, it is easy to wonder where God is and how you can trust Him. Yet you must remember the Lord is …Read More »
Charles F.stanley ‘s sermon for today: God may use tragedy, sickness, and affliction to reveal His will
Topic:God may use tragedy, sickness, and affliction to reveal His will. God also uses tragedy, sickness, and affliction to reveal His will When King Hezekiah of Judah became prideful, God used an illness to alert him to the problem (see 2 Chronicles 32:24–25). When King Nebuchadnezzar took credit for the splendor of His kingdom, God afflicted him with madness (see Daniel …Read More »
Dr Charles F.stanley ‘s daily sermon for today: God may take away material belongings to reveal His will.
Topic: God may take away material belongings to reveal His will. Later, during the time of the judges, when “everyone did what was right in his own eyes” (Judges 17:6), the nation of Israel fell into a cycle of idolatry and disobedience. At one point, God responded by bringing judgment through the Midianites, who devastated the land. “They would encamp …Read More »