In Touch Devotional By Dr Charles Stanley

Dr Charles Stanley In Touch Devotional for 29 October 2022

Dr Charles Stanley In Touch Devotional for 29 October 2022

Dr Charles Stanley In Touch Devotional for 29 October 2022

You are welcome to Today’s In Touch Daily Devotional written by Dr Charles Stanley and published by In Touch Ministry. Charles F. Stanley is the founder of In Touch Ministries and a New York Times best-selling author. He demonstrates a keen awareness of people’s needs and provides Christ-centered biblically-based principles for everyday life.

Topic: Looking for Spiritual Fruit
Spirit-filled believers demonstrate stability, joy, and resilience, even in difficult circumstances.

Dr Charles Stanley Devotional October 29, 2022

Scripture: Galatians 5:16-26

IN-TOUCH DEVOTIONAL FOR 29TH OCTOBER 2022: MESSAGE

As believers, we all want the fruit of the Spirit. Yet even unbelievers can sometimes display these qualities, so how can we know if ours are truly from Him? It’s important to realize that the fruit of the Spirit is not something we do; it’s who we are. And these nine admirable qualities are often most evident in us when circumstances are difficult. Here are two characteristics to help us recognize these traits in our life:

Fruitful believers are not controlled by their environment. Everybody experiences trials and pain, but those who are filled with the Spirit don’t lose His fruit because of their situations. They keep their joy even when life is hard. Because the Holy Spirit is in control, He is free to produce His fruit no matter what the circumstances are.

Fruitful Christians recover quickly after a fall. These believers are not perfect, but they are sensitive to the Spirit’s conviction and are quick to repent. In fact, they are grateful for the correction and praise God, not only for revealing their weakness but also for drawing them back to Him.

None of us produce these amazing qualities by ourselves. Trying harder to be godly will never work. Character transformation occurs when we submit to God, giving Him complete control of our life. Only then will the Spirit be free to produce fruit that remains even in the deepest, darkest storms.

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