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In Touch Ministries

SEPTEMBER, 08, 2019
MEET DR. STANLEY
Charles F. Stanley is the founder of In Touch Ministries and a New York Times  best-selling author. While his teaching is transmitted throughout the world to millions of people, Dr. Stanley has been said to demonstrate a practical, keen awareness of people's needs and provide Christ-centered, biblically-based principles for everyday life.
Dr. Stanley’s motivation is best represented by the truth found 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.” This is because, as he says, “It is the Word of God and the work of God that changes people’s lives.”

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SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 08–  Daily Devotions:​​ Storms of Our Own Making

Jonah 1, Jonah 2:1-10
We all experience what could be called storms of life. They come in various forms, such as relational, financial, emotional, physical, and spiritual. Sometimes they are even the result of our own foolish choices. The trouble that comes to us may be the harvest of what we have sown in the past. And that was certainly the case with Jonah.
When Jonah tried to run away from God’s assignment, the Lord brought a corrective storm into his life. And because He loves us, He will similarly disrupt our plans when we insist on going our own way instead of submitting to His will. God’s storms …
Get our attention. Storms disrupt our normal routine in such a way that we stop to consider what God is doing in our lives.
Humble us. The Lord challenges our pride and self-reliance so we realize that we are not in charge and can do nothing apart from Him.
Lead us to repentance. Sometimes the consequences of our sin and rebellion are so painful and troublesome that we come to our senses and turn back to God in humble obedience.
Align our life with His plans. Storms cause us to let go of our stubbornly held plans and yield to His will no matter what it costs us.
Crying out to the Lord is the best response in a storm. Like Jonah, we should humble ourselves in the midst of our circumstances, submit to God’s dealings with us, turn from our rebellion to obedience, and yield to His will. Only then will we become a useful servant in His mighty hand.

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ON RADIO SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 08: – – Obedience: The Test of Our Love – Part 1 (MO172)
If you’re a believer, you would say you love Jesus. And Jesus said that if we love Him, we’ll
obey Him. Dr. Stanley’s series, “The Key to the Heart of God”, … … Will Air on Pastor Sean Condran Office Radio Station Sunday at 11:00 AM EST, on “In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley” … here on www.pastorseancondranoffice.org/radio.

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EPISODE DESCRIPTION: 
Jesus said that if we loved Him, we would keep His commandments (John 14:15). He didn't say we would go to church, read the Bible, or do good deeds. We would obey Him. Our obedience is a direct reflection of our love for God. In this message, Dr. Stanley encourages us not to take Christ's sacrifice on the cross for granted. Instead, we ought to commit to obeying Him at every opportunity.
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THIS WEEKS SERMON SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 08 – THE WILL OF GOD IN YOUR LIFE



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You’ve given the Lord your life, but have you given Him your day?
Seeking God’s direction and provision for each day should be a priority in our thoughts, prayers, and decisions. While we can’t know what the future holds, He has complete understanding and wisdom to direct our paths, not only in the crucial decisions, but in our daily concerns.
In this message, Dr. Stanley addresses the importance of looking to God for everyday guidance. No part of our lives is to be lived independently of our wise and loving Creator. When we learn to seek Him for every need and concern, we give Him rightful place as Lord of our lives.

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September 8, 2019
C41: The Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost, Year C (2019)

Frank Thomas


“How precious to me are your thoughts, O God. How vast is the sum of them. Were I to count them, they would outnumber the grains of sand on the seas. When I awake, O God, I am still with you.”

“Howard Thurman, the prolific African American preacher and mystic lived to be 81 years old and prayed Psalm 139 every day of his adult life. Could you pray Psalm 139 every day for the rest of your life. Could you pray any scripture or prayer every day for the rest of your life?”
Listen as Rev. Dr. Frank A. Thomas, preacher, teacher, scholar, lecturer, author, and master coach, who currently serves as the Nettie Sweeney and Hugh Th. Miller Professor of Homiletics and Director of the Academy of Preaching and Celebration at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis, Indiana, teaches us how we, too, can and should pray scripture for the rest of our lives.



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“I suppose it’s only natural to present the Christian faith as some sort of answer to our questions, a kind of primitive, but sometimes effective technique, to help you obtain whatever it is that you think you must have in order to make your life more fulfilling or livable,” begins Will Willimon, Professor of the Practice of Christian Ministry at Duke Divinity School. "However," he says, “there is no false advertising from Jesus.”

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