In Touch Devotional By Dr Charles Stanley

In Touch Devotional with Dr Charles Stanley 28th February 2021 – Facing Challenges

In Touch Devotional with Dr Charles Stanley 28th February 2021 - Facing Challenges

In Touch Devotional with Dr Charles Stanley 28th February 2021 – Facing Challenges

You are reading Dr Charles Stanley In Touch Devotional fr Sunday 28th February 2021. May the Lord bless you now and always.

Sunday Reflection: Facing Challenges

To get the most out of this devotion, set aside time to read the Scripture referenced throughout.

A few thousand years ago, the young shepherd David stepped forward to fight Goliath. We often speak of this story as a reminder of the young man’s bravery, even when the odds were against him. But David’s bravery—and success—came from His deep faith in God. (See 1 Samuel 17). And this faith helped him go on to become a successful warrior and king.

The Lord gave David many responsibilities during his reign, and he endured numerous trials—some due to his own sin. Through it all, the king returned to God again and again in humble dependence and repeatedly proclaimed his trust in the Lord’s faithfulness.

God calls us to abide in this kind of relationship with Him. In seasons of trial or abundance—and we’ll likely experience both, even simultaneously—we can cling to Him and trust that He is the source of all courage, perseverance, and abiding joy.

THINK ABOUT IT
• What do you do when you’re facing a challenge? How does your relationship with God factor into the choices you make?

• Does your faith in Christ help you to feel courageous when facing something new, challenging, uncomfortable, or intimidating? Why or why not?

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