Resources from 2018

June

Dad's who make a difference
By Dr. Jack Graham | June 15, 2018

We live in desperately wicked times. I’ve said that many times, and it’s true. It’s a reflection of the last days in which we live. And for this reason, it’s never been more important for fathers to pursue God with their whole hearts.

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God’s plan for you.
By Dr. Jack Graham | June 14, 2018

When Moses stood before Pharaoh and spoke those famous words, "Let my people go," he was revealing the heart of God toward you and me. Did you know that?

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Pray for Jerusalem!
By Dr. Jack Graham | June 12, 2018

The history and the future of the world are forever linked to the Middle East. So if you have any doubts about whether you and I are living in the last days, Israel is the super sign!

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Our days are numbered.
By Dr. Jack Graham | June 11, 2018

If you listen carefully, you can hear the hoof beats of horses in the distance. And those apocalyptic hoof beats are signaling the end of the age that’s growing closer and closer. We see this truth clearly in the depravity of our times.

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Jesus is coming again!
By Dr. Jack Graham | June 7, 2018

I have a friend named Kerry Shook who wrote a book called One Month to Live. This book poses a great question: How would you live your life if you knew you had just 30 days to live? How would you spend those days? Would it impact that way you live? 

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Warfare Prayer for the Soldier of the Spirit.
By Dr. Jack Graham | June 6, 2018

As we celebrate the 74th anniversary of D-Day — a pivotal day for the Allied forces in the thick of World War II — I’m reminded how this historical moment wouldn’t have happened without the courageous Americans who responded to the call to serve their country.

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What D-Day teaches us about prayer
By Dr. Jack Graham | June 6, 2018

As we mark the 74th anniversary of D-Day Wednesday – a pivotal day when Allied forces landed in France to begin the liberation of Europe from the Nazis in World War II – I’m reminded how this historical moment wouldn’t have happened without the courageous Americans who responded to the call to serve their country.

It all began with three words: “Remember Pearl Harbor.” These words rallied people to enlist in the military after the Japanese attack on the U.S. Navy base in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The tragic attack pulled America together in a dark time, when war threatened everything we valued — our families, friends and our very freedoms.

Similarly, 60 years later, many people were inspired to unite and enlist in the military to serve their country after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Millions of Americans have entered military service since that day.

Army Sgt. and recruiter Cheri Depenbrock told the American Forces Press Service in 2001 that she had never seen such resolve to defend America as she did after 9/11.

“It was amazing the people walking into (our Cincinnati) office, the ages,” Depenbrock said. “We had so many prior-service folks wanting to come back. I was amazed at how many older people tried … some of them were in their fifties.”

“It was all about the patriotism. They didn’t care about anything else. Money had nothing do with it. I swear, I think half those (younger) kids would have joined if we hadn’t paid them.”

Did these inspiring phenomena happen because our country suddenly became more patriotic in both of these cases of national tragedy? Not necessarily. We were sobered as a country by both attacks. But we were...

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Getting beyond yourself.
By Dr. Jack Graham | June 5, 2018

I was talking to a high school football coach once and he said something that I loved. He said, “You know, anybody can coach winners.” And he’s right.

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