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Charles F. Stanley
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„It is dangerous for us to allow our difficulties to reside in the forefront of our thinking. Rather, our focus should always remain on our matchless God, who can triumph over any trouble we bring to Him.
When God said no to one blessing, it was so I could experience a greater one later on.
God speaks to you and me through every situation, but hearing Him is dependent upon our anticipating and paying attention to His instruction.
Regardless of the circumstances we experience, we know God is teaching us something, and we will intentionally and eagerly learn and apply whatever it is.
There are many days when I cannot wait to get home and be alone with the Father. I am eager to leave behind all the stresses and decisions, change out of my suit and tie, go into my prayer closet, open God’s Word, and relax in His loving arms. Many times I don’t need to say a word. I simply want to hear from the Lord, experiencing His peaceful wisdom and loving presence. There is nothing better in life than just being with Him.“
— Charles F. Stanley, The Ultimate Conversation
„We must remember that the shortest distance between our problems and their solutions is the distance between our knees and the floor.“
— Charles F. Stanley, Handle with Prayer: Unwrap the Source of God's Strength for Living
„There is no need to go through life handicapped by past experiences. What others say about you doesn’t matter. How they treated you is inconsequential. The only accurate, eternal, unassailable measure of your worth comes from almighty God, who will one day judge the living and the dead without exception (1 Pet. 4:4–5).“
— Charles F. Stanley, Emotions: Confront the Lies. Conquer with Truth.
— Charles F. Stanley, God's Solutions for Your Life
„5Trust in the LORD with all your heart, And lean not on your own understanding; 6In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He shall bdirect your paths.“
— Charles F. Stanley, The Charles F. Stanley Life Principles Bible, NKJV