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In Touch Ministries

AUGUST 18, 2019
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 AUGUST 18–  Daily Devotions:​​2 Peter 3:8-9
God’s seemingly slow reaction to sin often puzzles believers. Why doesn’t He immediately punish those who violate His principles? The succinct answer is found in 2 Peter 3: The Lord is patient so that all people have an opportunity to repent (v. 9).
In our humanness, we sometimes want people to suffer for wrongdoing. Jonah ran away from his duty to speak in Nineveh, home of Israel’s brutal enemy. He expected that if the inhabitants repented, his gracious, compassionate God would relent about destroying the city—which is precisely what came to pass. Instead of rejoicing in the Lord’s success, the prophet complained about God’s treating the Ninevites with patience and mercy (Jonah 4:2). Jonah was angry at God despite the fact that he himself was shown divine mercy after acting in blatant disobedience. True, being swallowed and regurgitated by a fish is not pleasant, but the prophet’s life was spared.
More often than not, believers have ample reason to be thankful that the Lord, unlike human beings, is slow to anger. When we are stubborn and unrepentant, He waits patiently for us to respond to conviction. Discipline is painful to both the recipient and the one carrying it out. God prefers that we see the error of our ways, stop thinking that we’re getting away with sin, and turn back to His righteous path.
The Lord places such a high value on repentance and maintaining fellowship that He is willing to delay punishment of sin. But only for a time. Eventually, His justice demands a penalty. Do not wait for discipline. Instead, do what’s right, and turn your heart back toward God.

Bible in One Year: Jeremiah 31-32


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ON RADIO SUNDAY AUGUST 18: – The Priority of Obedience – Part 1 (MO032)
Jesus said that if we love Him, we’ll obey Him. Hear about “The Priority of Obedience”, in 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

EPISODE DESCRIPTION:Our heavenly Father wants us to obey Him. Many of us probably have good intentions of obeying God, but we don't make it a priority. Learn to put His will first so that when an opportunity comes to choose the Lord’s way or to follow your own intuition, you'll make the wise choice.
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EPISODE DESCRIPTION: ​When was the last time you felt vulnerable to a temptation? Our world is overflowing with enticements, and as Christians, we must constantly sidestep our personal danger zones. Sometimes the pull of sin is so strong that our excuses to yield accumulate more quickly than godly reasons to resist. In this message, Dr. Stanley outlines the reality of spiritual warfare and the believer’s resources for successfully resisting temptation and guarding against deception.

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August 18, 2019

C38: The Tenth Sunday after Pentecost, Year C (2019)

Brian McLaren

Brian McLaren–speaker, activist, and bestselling author–begins this week’s sermon by explaining how he got a call asking him to come to Charlottesville to join the group of clergy praying for those protesting in August, 2017. He didn’t tell anyone he went. Later, his pastor at his home church mentioned it in his sermon. McLaren tells how an older gentleman got in his face after the service and lectured him, saying he did not respect what he did and thought he was wrong to do it. McLaren said this experience reminds him of today’s passage from Luke 12:49-56. He says, “Jesus’ work as peacemaker often makes things worse before they get better…When Jesus came, he was not a pacifier. He was not a law and order dominator…He was an agitator. He was a fire starter. He knew that things had to heat up before people would wake up.” What needs to be heated up today? What needs to get worse before it gets better? What fires do we need to start in order to bring about justice for all?

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August 18, 2019

C38: The Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost, Year C (2016)
Cláudio Carvalhaes

“Fire, we follow a God who brings fire, the one who baptizes us with fire, the one who anoints us with tongues of fire, the one who refines our lives through fire, fire that consumes, fire that burns, fires that purify, but fire that divides, destroys, and can kill,” begins Cláudio Carvalhaes...

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