Charles Stanley

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Dr Charles Stanley's Life Principles

  1. Our intimacy with God - His highest priority for our lives - determines the impact of our lives.
  2. Obey God and leave all the consequences to Him
  3. God's word is an immoveable anchor in times of storm
  4. The awareness of God's presence energizes us for our work.
  5. God does not require us to understand His will. Just obey it, even if it seems unreasonable.
  6. You reap what you sow, more than you sow and later than you sow.
  7. The darkest moment of our life, will last only so long as is neccessary for God to acomplish His purpose in us.
  8. Fight all your battels on you knees and you win every time
  9. Trusting God means looking beyound what we see to what God sees
  10. If neccessary God will move heaven and earth to show us His will.
  11. God assumes full resposibility for our needs when we obey Him.
  12. Peace with God is the fruit of oneness with God
  13. Listening to God is essential to walking with God
  14. God acts on behalf of those who wait for Him
  15. Brokenness is God's requirement for maximum usefulness
  16. Whatever you aquire outside of God's will eventually turns to ashes
  17. We stand tallest and stronget on our knees
  18. As a child of sovereigen God we are never victoms of our circumstances
  19. Anything you hold too tightly you will lose
  20. Disappointments are inevitable, discouragement is a choice
  21. Obedience always brings blessing
  22. To walk in the spirit is to obey the initial promptings of the spirit
  23. You can never out give God
  24. To live the Christian life is to allow Jesus to live His life in and through us.
  25. God blesses us so that we might bless others
  26. Adversity is the bridge to a deeper relationship with God
  27. Prayer is life’s greatest time saver.
  28. No Christian has ever been called to “go it alone” in his or her walk of faith.
  29. We learn more in our valley experiences than on our mountaintop.
  30. An eager anticipation of the Lord’s return keeps us living productively

 

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