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The solution to divisions among Christians
By Dr. Jack Graham | June 5, 2020
I heard about two Christians who were on a luxury liner. Both of them spoke different languages, but they were about the only Christians there. So while the rest of the passengers were having a party one night that they weren’t comfortable being a part of, these two Christians decided to take a walk.
The greatest sin of the average Christian
By Dr. Jack Graham | June 4, 2020
Howard Hendricks, the noted Bible scholar and now retired professor at Dallas Theological Seminary, once said, “The greatest threat to Christianity is not Communism or atheism. It is Christians trying to get into heaven incognito without being involved in sharing their faith with others or serving the Lord with their whole hearts.”
Getting yourself back in Christian community
By | June 3, 2020
There was a family in our church not long ago who experienced a very difficult time. Their young son was severely injured in a car accident. So one of our ministers went to visit this family. And when he walked in, he saw something wonderful. While that family was in the throes of tragedy, fifteen people from their Sunday school class had their arms wrapped around them, just praying, holding them, and loving them through that situation.
The importance of reconnecting your kids with community
By Dr. Jack Graham | June 2, 2020
I remember back when I was a little boy, drawing pictures on the church bulletin on Sunday morning and going to sleep on Sunday night in my mama’s lap. There was never any sleeping like that kind of sleeping! And to be honest, I didn’t care what the pastor was saying. I would catch bits and pieces, but I just wasn’t concerned about it all too much.
Is your worship heavenly?
By Dr. Jack Graham | June 1, 2020
I heard about a man who visited one of those old dead, dry churches where they never said “Amen!” or “Hallelujah!” As he sat down on about the second row, the minister began reading his sermon from a piece of paper. And right in the middle of that sermon, he said something that made that man yell out, “Amen!”
The price of God’s grace for you
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 29, 2020
Suppose you go over to a friend or loved one’s home and have a nice meal. It’s a great time. You have some good conversation and really enjoy each other’s company. Then when you get up to leave, you reach in your pocket and say, “Okay, how much do I owe you?”
Do you have a “no-face” or a “yes-face”?
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 28, 2020
Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, was with a group of companions one day as they came to a river that had overflowed its banks and taken out the only bridge for miles. So they had to cross that river on their horses.
Understanding God’s love for the lost
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 27, 2020
I don’t know if you’ve ever thought you’d lost a child, but when our youngest child was around 8 years old, we thought we had lost him. It was on a Wednesday night, and there was a miscommunication about where he was supposed to be. So we were waiting on him and he was nowhere to be found.
What is God like?
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 26, 2020
I heard about a little boy who was in Sunday school one day, and he was working away on a piece of paper – just drawing and coloring. So the teacher noticed how diligently he was working on this particular project, and she asked him, “Son, what are you doing?”
The immeasurable blessings that are yours in Christ
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 25, 2020
Some of the messages that I hear preached by pastors on television today quite often won’t preach in many places around the world. It’s called the “Health and Wealth Gospel,” and it essentially says that if you’re in Christ and following Him faithfully, then God will make you happy, healthy, and wealthy in your life.