When do we get to sit back and relax in our sainthood, knowing we’ve reached spiritual maturity? Chuck Swindoll takes a cue from the apostle Paul to give us the answer.
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Our children naturally need a lot of instruction from us. But when was the last time you just hung out with your child and listened to them? Chuck Swindoll recalls such a time.
Do you see mostly fear and insecurities when you look in the mirror? Chuck Swindoll helps us keep our eyes on Jesus so our confidence will be in Him and in His purposes.
Do you see the people who cross your path each day as a possible divine appointment? If you do, Chuck Swindoll says you can start your day with great anticipation.
No family is perfect, including the family of God. But when God's family is functioning the way Chuck Swindoll describes in this video, others will want to join it!
Each one of us faces our own kinds of temptations that threaten to lure us away from God's best for us. Chuck Swindoll describes sure ways to resist these lures.
Where do you have to go to hear God's voice and feel His peace and contentment? Chuck Swindoll describes one scene where you're not likely to hear what God's saying to you.
Are the daily tasks you perform bordering on drudgery? Have you been waiting a long time for a breakthrough? Chuck Swindoll reminds you you're in good company!
What is it inside us that makes us want to do something even more after we're told we can't? Chuck Swindoll knows what it is, and he also knows the solution.
When someone has hurt you through their words or actions, it's not easy to let go of the resulting bitterness. But Chuck Swindoll says it's not only possible—it's essential!
It's human nature to think of our own needs first. Chuck Swindoll spells out what it looks like when we're all a little less selfish with our time, money, and desires.
It's natural for us to want to be treated fairly by others and to see others receive what they deserve. Chuck Swindoll reminds us of what the Bible says when life doesn't seem fair.
Are you afraid that if God really knew you He would disapprove of you? Chuck Swindoll wants you to understand what Jesus's death was all about.
Are you free to proclaim the name of Christ where you live? Chuck Swindoll does not take that freedom for granted and encourages us to pray for more to hear the gospel.
It's tempting to give up when a task becomes demanding. But Chuck Swindoll describes here the opposite kind of response—the kind that's not easily deterred from the goal.