In Touch Ministries

Dr. Charles Stanley

Walking in the Spirit - Part 2

July 19, 2019

The Bible advises us not to get drunk because when we’re full of alcohol, our emotions and physical wellbeing are dominated and controlled by that substance. Instead, God’s Word directs us to be “soaked” with the Spirit, who guides us to do the right things and act in a way that honors God. In this message, Dr. Stanley explains the difference between being baptized by the Spirit, indwelt by the Spirit, and filled with the Spirit.

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The Bible advises us not to get drunk because when we’re full of alcohol, our emotions and physical wellbeing are dominated and controlled by that substance. Instead, God’s Word directs us to be “soaked” with the Spirit, who guides us to do the right things and act in a way that honors God. In this message, Dr. Stanley explains the difference between being baptized by the Spirit, indwelt by the Spirit, and filled with the Spirit.
July 18, 2019
When we walk in the light of Christ, we share a spirit of love that forgives and exposes the works of darkness. Only then will people see the danger they’re in and turn to the One who can ignite a fire of redemption in their own lives.
July 17, 2019
Our God is a God of love. He cares for us unconditionally and sacrificially and expresses His love by always doing what is best for us. Unfortunately, the world offers a counterfeit type of love. Instead of coming from a genuine care for others, it is characterized by selfishness and is destructive to those who indulge in it.
July 16, 2019
Our God is a God of love. He cares for us unconditionally and sacrificially and expresses His love by always doing what is best for us. Unfortunately, the world offers a counterfeit type of love. Instead of coming from a genuine care for others, it is characterized by selfishness and is destructive to those who indulge in it.
July 15, 2019
The apostle Paul was someone who was very hostile to Christians before his conversion. He arrested, tortured and had people murdered. Yet the grace of God was still extended to him. Maybe you don't think that God can forgive you for your past. In Grace on Display, Dr. Stanley uses the life of Paul to illustrate how God's grace is available to all, no matter what they have done.
July 13, 2019
Our tongues have the power to build people up or tear them down. They can create great joy, happiness, peace, confidence and assurance for others—or they can absolutely destroy all possibility of those things in a matter of moments.
July 12, 2019
Living the Christian life is a two-way street. While God always keeps his side of the bargain, we must choose to obey Him daily. It begins when we respond by faith to God’s offer of salvation and the Lord spiritually crucifies, buries and raises us to walk in newness of life, sealing us with the Holy Spirit of promise. This is something that can never be taken away or lost
July 11, 2019
Before a person turns his life over to Christ, his heart is hardened to sin. He satisfies his needs the only way he knows how—through selfish, sinful means. But once he surrenders to God, he becomes sensitive to sin. His old life doesn’t fit any longer because he has the Holy Spirit living within him.
July 10, 2019
Unless we’re anchored in the word of God, life’s circumstances, false doctrine and insecurity can make us lose our way. By constantly studying the Word, we’ll learn what the Bible says, who God is and the blessings that come with following His way
July 9, 2019
There is no room for egotism or pride in a Christian’s life. Instead, we ought to recognize all we have is the result of God's grace. This should motivate us to submit ourselves to the Lord in continuous acknowledgment that we are dependent upon Him.
July 8, 2019
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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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