The Convictions by Which We Live
Dr. Stanley addresses what we believe about God, the Bible, eternity, and much more.
Your Convictions About The Judgment Of The Believer
Judgment—it’s a heavy word that inspires anxiety, dread, and possibly despair. But for the believer, it doesn't have to be that way. In this message, Dr. Stanley explains that judgment for Christians isn't something we have to be afraid of. Yes, we will be held accountable for our lives, but God’s desire is to reward His children, not punish them. Learn how to live in such a way that one day you'll hear the words, “Well done, my good and faithful servant.”
Your Convictions About Heaven
God didn't put us on this earth to stay here forever. If this world is not our final destination, then what is?
Your Convictions About Money
The Bible talks more about money than heaven or hell. In an age where debt and greed are the norm, it’s essential that believers know what God says about finances. Reject the world’s selfish viewpoint on money and instead embrace God’s commands to tithe faithfully and live generously.
Your Convictions About the Holy Spirit
Life can sometimes be difficult and draining, especially when you're trying to serve God. But that’s why Jesus promised us the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is not an impersonal force; He is the third Person of the trinity who empowers, convicts, guides, and comforts all believers.
Your Convictions About the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ
As the most famous symbol of Christianity, the cross is everywhere—artwork, jewelry, logos, even advertisements. But the cross of Jesus is much more than a marketing gimmick or a symbol for a world religion; it is the clearest revelation of God’s love for the world. In this message, Dr. Stanley sheds light on the death of Jesus and how it affects all of us here and now. We may feel far removed from the events that happened at Calvary that day, but the crucifixion of Jesus still remains at the heart of the Christian life.
Your Convictions About God
God is __________. How do you fill in that blank? Based on your experience or on the truth found in God’s Word? The Bible should be the source of our convictions about God. In this message, Dr. Stanley reveals the God of the Bible: omnipresent, omnipotent, and omniscient. Our image of God must be consistent with His Word.
Your Convictions About The Bible
Of all the books ever written, there is only one that is utterly infallible, timeless, and completely trustworthy—the Bible. But is it merely a collection of ancient men’s words or is it the revelation of the living God? Your answer to that question is of the utmost importance. In this message, Dr. Stanley shares his personal conviction that the Bible is the very Word of God—inerrant and wholly reliable. What you believe about the Bible matters!
Your Personal Convictions
What does it take to live a life of purpose? Of uncommon courage? What does it take to stand your ground in the face of criticism and rejection?