Living Close to God
^ "What must I do to be saved?" "How do I live like I believe?" "How can I keep growing in my faith?" Christians young and old who are determined to take their faith commitment seriously will appreciate this all-in-one...
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^ "What must I do to be saved?" "How do I live like I believe?" "How can I keep growing in my faith?" Christians young and old who are determined to take their faith commitment seriously will appreciate this all-in-one guidebook by master teacher and preacher Charles Stanley. In clear and simple terms, Stanley covers all the fundamental keys to knowing God, living the Christian life, and growing in spiritual maturity. Living Close to God leads readers step by step through experiencing God's unconditional love, learning to pray, accepting and offering forgiveness, discovering God's will, responding to anxiety and difficult circumstances, waging spiritual warfare, living a truly Spirit-filled life, and much more. All of these simple principles are fully trustworthy - Stanley draws them directly from Scripture. Compassionate, realistic, and entirely practical, here is the essential companion to day-to-day living that every earnest Christian needs.
Dr. Charles F. Stanley is founder and president of In Touch Ministries, which is broadcast on both television and radio around the world in eighty languages. He has also been the senior pastor of the 15,000-member First Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, for more than thirty years. Dr. Stanley received his bachelor of arts degree from the University of Richmond, his bachelor of divinity degree from Southwestern Theological Seminary, and his master's and doctor's degrees from Luther Rice Seminary. He has twice been elected president of the Southern Baptist Convention and is the author of many books, including God Is in Control, Seeking His Face, Walking Wisely, When the Enemy Strikes, Success God's Way, and How to Listen to God.- Publisher.