I love this man of God! I have met him twice! What a blessing! I have been trained up by his preaching and teaching and continue to do learn from Dr. Stanley! His ministry over the years has sent us ministry materiel to share with those we help here at FGGAM! WHAT A HEART FOR GOD AND PEOPLE! AMEN! I pray that Dr. Stanley will write more books!!! AMEN! Dr. Stanley has given all his heart to our LORD and His people. I strive to do the same, that is the example he has set for all of us!

Fifty-one years ago, the Rev. Charles F. Stanley became the senior Pastor at First Baptist Church of Atlanta, on Sunday he stepped down.

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September 14, 2020

Ignoring God’s Voice

Hebrews 4:12-16

Believe it or not, many people who attend church choose to ignore God’s truth because they don’t like hearing sermons that convict or demand a change. But we tend to be guilty of doing the same thing when we pick and choose what to read in the Bible.

When you open God’s Word, do you read only verses that encourage, comfort, or promise blessings? Are you reluctant to tackle the more difficult passages, which prick your conscience and call for obedience? Do you avoid sections that make you feel guilty about the way you are living?

If you find yourself reacting strongly to a passage of Scripture or a sermon, then you ought to take an honest look at yourself. God’s Word is meant to cut into the deepest recesses of our soul and spirit. But the hope is that we then run to Jesus, our High Priest, in confession and repentance in order to receive forgiveness and cleansing.

Christ sympathizes with our weaknesses and invites us to draw near to God to receive grace and help. The convicting passage of Scripture may cause momentary discomfort, but those who listen and take their burden to Jesus find sweet relief.

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