Recently Added Devotionals
Are you being transformed?
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 22, 2018
Has Jesus changed your life? I know that seems like an obvious question. But how has he changed you?
Jesus always exceeds what you and I ask of Him.
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 21, 2018
Did you know that Jesus never does anything half way? It’s true. Jesus always exceeds what you and I ask of him. I’ll show you.
Win over sin!
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 18, 2018
One of temptation’s great allures is the question, “Who’s going to know?” It’s true, isn’t it?
Wrestling with sin.
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 17, 2018
Remember when you were a kid and would wrestle with your brother or sister? And once you got them down on the ground, you’d hold them there until they cried “uncle”? You wanted them to stop resisting and give up.
The value of godly character.
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 16, 2018
A crisis in your life…a struggle with sin…doesn’t make or break you, but only reveals what you already are. You may have heard me say that before, because I believe it with all my heart.
Choose to resist.
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 15, 2018
Have you ever thought about how temptation comes suddenly and surprisingly without any warning?
How you overcome temptation.
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 14, 2018
There are some people today who think that being a Christ follower means they should live free from temptation. But that’s just not true.
What matters most?
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 11, 2018
There’s a popular inspirational reading that captures some of the things that really matter most in life. It says at the end of your life
This is how we overcome.
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 10, 2018
In the Scriptures you and I are told that Satan is defeated! This is an incredibly important truth for us to grasp and understand. But I also want you to see how he is defeated.
Are you in a desert place?
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 9, 2018
God will sometimes take us to desert places…spiritually speaking…to purify and to prepare us for the greatest seasons of our lives. You may not like it, but it’s still true.