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Wisdom For Life's Trials

One of the most common questions people ask is, “If God is a loving Father, why does He allow His children to go through painful and difficult trials?” In this sermon, Dr. Stanley explains how God uses trials to do several things, and the 10 ways we can respond properly.

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    A Strong Life

    We all know what constitutes a strong body, but what constitutes a strong life? Dr. Stanley defines the attributes of a strong life and teaches us how we can use each attribute to defend ourselves from the storms of life that come to all of us.

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    A Strong Family

    Even though God created the family, there are no perfect families. Dr. Stanley outlines the characteristics that define a strong family and teaches us how we can keep solid relationships, even if the family is broken.

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    A Strong Church

    Churches must have a vision that extends beyond their doors. They need to be involved in spreading the gospel in their communities and around the world.

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    The Courage To Obey

    Obeying God is always the right thing to do, but it’s not always the easiest. We need courage—a special quality of mind and spirit that enables us to meet danger, opposition, and the challenges of life with steadfast fearlessness. In this message, Dr. Stanley explains that it always benefits us to obey the principles of the Word of God.

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    The Courage to Stand by Your Convictions

    We live in a world where many people don't believe in moral absolutes or live by a set of convictions. Instead, as Scripture describes it, they do whatever seems "right in their own eyes." In this message, Dr. Stanley talks about the motivation and results of Daniel's commitment to stand by his biblical beliefs.

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