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Dr. Charles Stanley

Levels of Faith In the Life of the Believer, Part 2

February 24, 2018

When God presents a challenge, how do you respond? If by faith, to what level?

 

In this encouraging message, Dr. Stanley tells us that everyone has some form of faith, and that faith affects the way we live. A non-believer’s faith is self-directed, but a believer’s faith is God-directed. Dr. Stanley explains how we can progress from a level of little faith to one of great faith. As we make this journey, our Christian life will take on a stronger, more exciting purpose.

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Scripture says that when we are tempted, God will provide an escape route (1 Cor. 10:13). Unfortunately, we don’t always take it. What then? In this message. Dr. Stanley illuminates the path forward, assuring us that when we fail and give in to temptation, God is gracious to restore us. Don't let sin get the best of you. Learn how to move past it and continue pursuing the Lord without guilt or shame. 
February 23, 2018
Scripture says that when we are tempted, God will provide an escape route (1 Cor. 10:13). Unfortunately, we don’t always take it. What then? In this message. Dr. Stanley illuminates the path forward, assuring us that when we fail and give in to temptation, God is gracious to restore us. Don't let sin get the best of you. Learn how to move past it and continue pursuing the Lord without guilt or shame. 
February 22, 2018
Weakness, frailty, shortcoming—if you're human, you have at least one thorn in your side, reminding you of your propensity to sin. But what if instead of shame, these chinks in the armor were sources of growth? In this message, Dr. Stanley explores the story of David and Bathsheba, exposing weakness as a universal problem and teaching us to examine those areas where we're most apt to fail.  "What priceless jewel is hidden within that weakness that God wants to reveal?" —Charles F. Stanley Learn to face your problem spots head-on and develop defenses against the enemy's snares. 
February 21, 2018
Weakness, frailty, shortcoming—if you're human, you have at least one thorn in your side, reminding you of your propensity to sin. But what if instead of shame, these chinks in the armor were sources of growth? In this message, Dr. Stanley explores the story of David and Bathsheba, exposing weakness as a universal problem and teaching us to examine those areas where we're most apt to fail.  "What priceless jewel is hidden within that weakness that God wants to reveal?" —Charles F. Stanley Learn to face your problem spots head-on and develop defenses against the enemy's snares. 
February 20, 2018
In this message, Dr. Stanley reminds us, "No crisis can occur without God's permissive will." The Lord will use the difficult times in our lives to get our attention focused back on Him. Learn how you can ask God to release His supernatural, divine energy into your crisis to make a difference. He knows how it came about and exactly how to solve, heal, deliver, provide, or protect whatever is needed for our best interest.
February 19, 2018
When God presents a challenge, how do you respond? If by faith, to what level?   In this encouraging message, Dr. Stanley tells us that everyone has some form of faith, and that faith affects the way we live. A non-believer’s faith is self-directed, but a believer’s faith is God-directed. Dr. Stanley explains how we can progress from a level of little faith to one of great faith. As we make this journey, our Christian life will take on a stronger, more exciting purpose.
February 17, 2018
You’re not good enough. We’ve all been harassed by the voice of inadequacy. And whether our insecurity focuses on our bodies, jobs, or relationships, it always strikes where we’re most vulnerable, happy to remind us of all the ways we don’t measure up. But it doesn’t have to be this way. In this message, Dr. Stanley dives into the writings of Paul to uncover the apostle’s key to dealing with feelings of inadequacy. Don’t let the sly voices of comparison and fear rob you of the God-ordained opportunities in your life.
February 16, 2018
You’re not good enough. We’ve all been harassed by the voice of inadequacy. And whether our insecurity focuses on our bodies, jobs, or relationships, it always strikes where we’re most vulnerable, happy to remind us of all the ways we don’t measure up. But it doesn’t have to be this way. In this message, Dr. Stanley dives into the writings of Paul to uncover the apostle’s key to dealing with feelings of inadequacy. Don’t let the sly voices of comparison and fear rob you of the God-ordained opportunities in your life.
February 15, 2018
How do you decide whether or not to obey God? Perhaps you don't believe your motives for being obedient make much of a difference; however, they do have an impact on your life, and indicate a great deal about you. In this message, Dr. Stanley asks you to search your heart about why you want to please God. He also teaches you how to keep your motives right before the Lord.
February 14, 2018
“Here’s a beautiful phrase – and David went in and sat before the Lord.” —Charles F. Stanley Silently sitting in a room by yourself doesn’t feel very productive. Yet for believers, regularly doing that very thing with heart and mind focused on the Lord brings about deep transformation. In this message, Dr. Stanley teaches us how to wait upon the Lord and why it’s so important. 
February 13, 2018
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Good Relationships Start With You
Meaningful connections with other people aren’t just nice to have—they’re essential to mental, physical, and spiritual health. But every relationship has one common denominator: you. Spend the next seven days discovering what you can do to improve your relationships, with help from Scripture and the teachings of Charles F. Stanley.

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In Touch Ministries is the broadcast teaching ministry of Dr. Charles Stanley.

About Dr. Charles Stanley

Dr. Charles Stanley

September 25, 1932 – April 18, 2023

Dr. Charles F. Stanley was the senior pastor of First Baptist Church Atlanta for more than fifty years. He was also the founder of In Touch Ministries and a New York Times best-selling author, who wrote more than seventy books encouraging people to seek Jesus as their Savior and know Him as their wise and loving Lord. 

Known to audiences around the world through his wide-reaching TV and radio broadcasts, Stanley modeled his 65 years of ministry after the apostle Paul’s message in Acts 20:24: “Life is worth nothing unless I use it for doing the work assigned me by the Lord Jesus—the work of telling others the Good News about God’s mighty kindness and love.”

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