In Touch Devotions 12 July 2022 | God’s Continuing Faithfulness


In Touch Devotions 12 July 2022
In Touch Devotions 12 July 2022 By Charles Stanley, Tuesday Message

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TOPIC: God’s Continuing Faithfulness

TODAY’S SCRIPTURE: Psalm 40:1-17

In Touch Devotions 12 July 2022 MESSAGE

God doesn’t lie. Whenever He says He will do something, He always accomplishes it. Over my lifetime, I’ve seen His faithfulness displayed in countless ways. I could never have imagined the course He’s chosen for me or how He’s directed me on it. Nor could I have predicted the surprising opportunities and provisions that came at just the right time.

When David witnessed God’s faithfulness in his life, he would respond by both praising the Lord and letting others know about His love and power. David’s life wasn’t easy. In fact, he spent his young adulthood being chased by a jealous king. But through it all, he depended on God to protect and rescue him. Sometimes a long wait was involved, but David knew the Lord hadn’t forgotten him.

In Touch Devotions 12 July 2022 By Dr. Charles Stanley

The God who leads us is ever faithful. That’s why you and I can confidently trust Him to carry out His plan in our lives, even when His path surprises us or includes delays. If events don’t work out as we expect or desire, that doesn’t mean God is neglecting us. Remember what David tells us in verse 11 of today’s passage—that the Lord will not withhold His compassion from us, and His mercy and truth will continually watch over us.

BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: Proverbs 16-18

THOUGHT FOR TODAY: We can depend upon the Lord’s protection and mercy even when we don’t understand His plan.

In Touch Devotions 12 July 2022 By Dr. Charles Stanley. He is the senior pastor of First Baptist Church Atlanta and founder of In Touch Ministries, both located in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Stanley’s heart’s desire is to get the gospel to “as many people as possible, as quickly as possible, as clearly as possible, as irresistibly as possible, through the power of the Holy Spirit to the glory of God