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As Christians, we have so much for which to be thankful.
Do we let instant communication, and entertainment drown out the voice of God?
The word “freedom” is usually associated with the right to live as we please and pursue our ambitions and dreams.
Partial obedience is the greatest enemy to obedience.
We live in a corrupt world where temptation is a part of everyday life.
To live victoriously, our sin should result in sorrow and repentance.
Our entire belief system is based on the promises of God, and we can trust Him to be faithful to keep them all.
God offers us many wonderful promises in His Word. Are we taking advantage of them?
Many Christians are spiritually wealthy, but don't act like it and often choose to live as paupers. Unfortunately, many believers don't understand their true wealth. In this message, Dr. Stanley shares the rich promises to remember about our faith.
The entire Christian life is built on promises, including those for eternal life and resurrection. In this message, Dr. Stanley explains why we know God will keep His promises—because He is truthful, faithful, immutable, and loving.
The Bible is no ordinary book; it is the unfolding revelation of almighty God. In it He demonstrates His love and concern for us by bestowing amazing promises and fulfilling them. The Bible is where we can find help for every circumstance of life.
God isn’t impressed by what we build or accomplish. He’s more impressed by our desire, reverence, and humble spirit when we yield ourselves to His awesome Word. Our responsibility as Christians is to make a positive contribution to our society by proclaiming, honoring, and living in accordance with God’s precepts.
If you ask the average person if he loves God, his answer will probably be “yes.” However, words alone are not proof of love. In fact, we use the word love rather loosely, ascribing it to the most treasured people in our lives as well as our trivial preferences.
Friendships are a gift from God, and the most blessed one is with Him.
Our anxiety should be placed in the hands of the Father who knows all things.
While it is good to want to help people, we may be hindering God's work.
What are the benefits of meditating on God's Word?