Live Sermon with Dr. Charles Stanley – Sacrificing Your Future For The Pleasure Of The Moment

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Live Sermon with Dr. Charles Stanley

Sacrificing Your Future For The Pleasure Of The Moment – Dr. Charles Stanley

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Broth or birthright? No rational person would choose the former at the expense of the latter. Yet Esau did, and he’s not the only one among us sacrificing the future for momentary pleasure. In this message, Dr. Stanley exhorts us to exercise self-awareness and self-control when it comes to the temptation of instant gratification. Learn to consider the cost of your decisions so that you can protect the future God has for you.

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In Touch, Ministries is an American Christian Evangelical non-profit ministry founded by Charles Stanley, the former president of the Southern Baptist Convention

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In this weekend’s message, Dr. Stanley exhorts us to exercise self-awareness and self-control when it comes to the temptation of instant gratification.

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