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Charles Stanley (January-24-2020) Daily Devotion: Knowing God

It is possible for a husband to live with his wife for 50 years, eat at the same table, and share the same routine but never really understand her. In the same way, we can attend church and read books about the Lord without truly knowing our Creator. We get to know God by spending time in His presence and reading what He reveals about Himself in His Word.

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Holding Fast to Our Convictions - Charles Stanley Daily Devotion (January-23-2020). Christian convictions aren't always welcome in the world, but hanging on to them is essential for the child of God.

Hebrews 10:32-39  (32 But remember the former days, when, after being enlightened, you endured a great conflict of sufferings,33 partly by being made a public spectacle throu...

Charles Stanley (January-22-2020) Daily Devotion: The Power of Jesus’ Name. 

Yesterday we read how praying in Jesus’ name affirms our relationship with Christ and our direct access to the Father. It also declares our ...

Authority to Petition God. Christ sits at the right hand of God, where He intercedes for us (Heb. 7:25). He says to ask for what we need and gives us authority to enter the throne room at any time and speak wit...

Charles Stanley (January-21-2020) Daily Devotion: Praying in Jesus’ Name.

Do you remember the teaching Jesus introduced the night before His death? He told His followers, “Whatever you ask in My name the Father will give you” (John 15:16 NIV, emphasis added). Praying in the name of Christ declares our:

Association with the Savior. Our relationship with Jesus allows us to approach the Father. We used to be foreigners, but at sal...

Charles Stanley (January-20-2020) Daily Devotion: Our God of Grace. 

Grace is God’s favor and love shown to mankind. We can’t earn it or be good enough to deserve it. To truly appreciate grace, we must comprehend that our Father is …

Perfectly holy. God is without fault. When Adam and Eve chose to eat the fruit from the forbidden tree, their connection with God was broken. Since all future generations inherited their sinful nat...

Charles Stanley (January-19-2020) Daily Devotion: Sunday Reflection: The Blessing of God’s Timing.

t’s frustrating to desire something—a solution, position, experience, relationship, or possession—but sense the Lord saying “no” or “not now.” This is especially difficult as Christians in a culture that tells us it’s possible to have anything we want, if only we’ll work harder or sacrifice more. This fundamental belief has led to all kin...

Charles Stanley (January-18-2020) Daily Devotion: The Landmine of Jealousy.

Jealousy has destructive power. It’s actually a disagreement with God over something we don’t have that He has chosen to give someone else. Or, in some cases, it results from fear of being replaced in a relationship or job. To overcome this attitude, we must first acknowledge that we have a conflict with God. We should confess our wrong mindset, repent, and the...

Jesus Is Lord - Charles Stanley Daily Devotion (January-17-2020). Jesus is not like other lords; under His authority, there is freedom.

Romans 14:7-12 (7 For not one of us lives for himself, and not one dies for himself; 8 for if we live, we live for the Lord, or if we die, we die for the Lord; therefore whether we live or die, we are the Lord's. 9 For to this end Christ died and lived again, that He might be Lord both of ...

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