Daily Devotion by Charles Stanley 2020

Daily Devotion by Charles Stanley 2020

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Charles Stanley (September-21-2020) Daily Devotion: The Need for a Sacrifice. 

Have you ever read about sacrifice in the Old Testament and wondered what it was for? The only payment for sin is death (Rom. 6:23), and the Lord graciously allowed animals to be offered as a substitute for human lives. So people regularly brought sacrifices to God as atonement. However, it was only a temporary solution and had to be repeated often.

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Charles Stanley (September-20-2020) Daily Devotion: Union With Christ.

To get the most out of this devotion, set aside time to read the Scripture referenced throughout.

Sharing in Christ’s life means that we experience not only the close relationship He had with His Father but also His suffering. As Jesus told His disciples, “If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me. For whoever wo...

Charles Stanley (September-19-2020) Daily Devotion: The Believer’s Valley Experiences.

Have you ever had heartache so deep or hardship so difficult that it’s almost impossible to stand? Like a giant wave crashing on the shore, some trials threaten to overwhelm us.

We all experience valleys in life. They might be of our own making—for instance, when we choose to disobey God and our fellowship with Him grows cold. Or perhaps othe...

Charles Stanley (September-18-2020) Daily Devotion: Spiritual Shortsightedness. 

Myopia, or nearsightedness, is a condition in which the eye cannot focus on distant objects. Today this physical defect is easily treatable with corrective lenses. But spiritual myopia is more dangerous because it has consequences throughout eternity.

To emphasize the importance of an eternal perspective, Jesus told a story about a rich man who cou...

Charles Stanley (September-17-2020) Daily Devotion: Salvation Gifts. 

Gifts are an expression of love, yet sometimes we take them for granted. This is certainly true when it comes to salvation. Perhaps the reason is that we’ve forgotten how amazing this gift is and what it cost the Father and Son to give it.

As Christians, we know that salvation results in forgiveness of sins, reconciliation with a holy God, and adoption as His...

Charles Stanley (September-16-2020) Daily Devotion: Trust and Obey.

Joshua needed God’s guidance as he faced one of the most crucial moments of his life. He already knew the outcome of the battle against Jericho since the Lord had promised him success. The specific strategy God gave him, however, was so atypical that it must have made his jaw drop. But despite any concern they may have felt, Joshua and the entire army believed the Lord...

Charles Stanley (September-15-2020) Daily Devotion: Interaction With a Holy God. 

One of the blessings of being a Christian is our intimacy with God the Father. But closeness with the Lord can also tempt us to treat Him too lightly by failing to recognize His holiness or treat Him with the adoration He deserves. Joshua’s response to God’s appearance has much to teach about proper reverential fear for the Lord.

He approached the...

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DAILY DEVOTIONS BY DR. CHARLES STANLEY

Should a Christian set aside time to spend in personal devotions? Is it really that important? The answer is, of course, yes. At its essence personal devotions is simply the time a disciple spends with God. In the act of “doing” or “having” devotions, the disciple comes into God’s presence to deepen and strengthen his or her relationship with God through reading the Bible and meditating on what it says, perhaps reading other spiritual literature, and spending time in prayer. As the Psalms express so vividly, our spirits “pant” for God as a deer pants for streams of water (Psalm 42:1). Jesus himself gives the example. Over and over again throughout the gospels, Jesus goes off to a quiet place to be alone with God. Personal devotions help us grow in spiritual maturity. But sometimes, it just too difficult to have a personal devotion without help. I have had numerous of friends telling me they do not even know which part of the Bible to study and reflect on seeing that it is so voluminous.

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