Charles Stanley

Sermons of Charles Stanley

Charles Stanley

Charles Stanley (July-24-2019) Daily Devotion: Growth Through Suffering. Sometimes suffering is the best way for us to develop trust in and dependence on God.

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Charles Stanley (July-23-2019) Sermon: Your Convictions About God. God is...? How do you fill in that blank? Based on your experience or on the truth found in God’s Word? The Bible should be the source of our convictions about God. The God of the Bible is omnipresent, omnipotent, and omniscient. Our image of God must be consistent with His Word.

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Charles Stanley (July-23-2019) Daily Devotion: Why Does God Allow Suffering? Because God is faithful to keep all of His promises, we know our suffering is not in vain.

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Ask Charles Stanley (July-22-2019) Is Jesus God? God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit are three distinct Persons, but one God. Dr. Charles Stanley explains.

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Charles Stanley (July-21-2019) Sermon: The Great Deception.

Guidance From the Garden, Part 2.
Satan’s words to Eve about eating from the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil directly contradicted what God had told her. Yet he convinced her there would be no repercussions to her disobedience. Satan still uses the same lie to deceive us today—that God’s Word can’t be trusted and that sin has no consequences. Learn to resist his de...

Ask Charles Stanley (July-20-2019) Why do I suffer for Adam and Eve's sin? This age-old question is asked of Dr. Charles Stanley. Hear his biblical response.

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What is the Meaning of Being Born Again? - Dr. Charles Stanley Weekly Saturday sermon (July-20-2019).

"The truth is we all need forgiveness, we all need to repent, and we all need to surrender our lives to God if we intend to go to heaven," says Dr. Stanley. In this message, he brings clarity to the mystical concept of spiritual rebirth. For many of us, salvation can seem like too abstract an idea to comprehend, but the fact of t...

Charles Stanley (July-19-2019) Sermon: Seeking Godly Counsel.

“But he forsook the counsel of the elders” (1 Kings 12:8).

That is not the beginning of a story that ends well. Ignoring the advice of godly people never leads anywhere good. In this message, Dr. Stanley tells us how to avoid bad counsel, listing its hallmarks and encouraging us to seek the Lord first in all things. No one is called to go it alone in their walk with ...

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