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A Man Greatly Loved
By Dr. Jack Graham | March 21, 2019

God Himself witnessed to the love of Daniel and of His love for Daniel.  This is one of the reasons that many Bible commentators and scholars agree that Daniel is to be compared with John, who was beloved of Jesus. 

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Pass Along Your Faith
By Dr. Jack Graham | March 20, 2019

In the 1940s the top offenses committed by public school students were as follows: talking, making noises, running in the hallways, getting out of turn in line (that was a severe offense in the 1940s), wearing improper clothing to school, and not putting paper in the wastebasket.

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It’s about your attitude, not your aptitude
By Dr. Jack Graham | March 19, 2019

Daniel was a man who faced many trials, and high among those was being held in captivity in Babylon. Even still, He had such a positive attitude. We’ve heard many times:  It’s not your aptitude, but it is your attitude that will determine your altitude. 

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Facing Impossible Situations
By Dr. Jack Graham | March 18, 2019

Have you ever faced an impossible situation? Maybe your home is breaking apart.  Everything that you've done has failed. You've tried all the counseling. You've cried and prayed, but it seems there's no way out.

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Moving Forward in Faith
By Dr. Jack Graham | March 15, 2019

Have you ever been called and challenged of God to step out? You didn’t exactly know what or where or why, but you were believing God and leaving the known for the unknown.

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Rising Above a Sinking World
By Dr. Jack Graham | March 14, 2019

One day in the presence of Mark Twain someone said, “This world is coming to an end.”  And with a gleam in his eye, Twain said, “Don’t worry, we can get along quite well without it.” 

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The Gospel According to Nebuchadnezzar
By Dr. Jack Graham | March 13, 2019

I’ve heard of some remarkable conversions in my time.  I think, perhaps, one of the most remarkable is that of Panamanian dictator, Manuel Noriega.  A dear friend of mine, Dr. Rudy Hernandez from San Antonio, Texas, along with Pastor Clift Brannon had an opportunity to go down to Miami, and to get the Gospel into Manuel Noriega before he stood trial.

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Walking by Faith
By Dr. Jack Graham | March 12, 2019

Do you know how to walk by faith day by day?  Do you know how to live that life consistently and faithfully?  Do you know what the secret is to living that kind of life?

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God comes near in times of suffering
By Dr. Jack Graham | March 11, 2019

John is the human author of the Revelation. It has been sixty years since John the disciple had seen Jesus after the resurrection and ascension. He’s now 90 plus years of age. You would think it was time to check into the retirement home and have a nice rocking chair into heaven. But not true for John.

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How prayer got me through cancer
By Dr. Jack Graham | March 11, 2019

It is often in the very toughest of times and trials that God brings us to a crisis of faith, and it’s through that experience that we begin to pray. The writer C.S. Lewis put it best: “God whispers to us in our pleasures, speaks in our conscience, but shouts in our pain. It is his megaphone to rouse a deaf world.”

I experienced such a time in 2009 when I was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Me – a relatively young guy in excellent health with energy to spare. I never imagined that the word cancer would be attached to my life. And yet it was.

While I made it through surgery without incident, recovery nearly did me in. I was exhausted. I was fearful. I was weak and despondent. I wondered if I would ever get better.

For many months, I prayed to God for healing and for hope. Meanwhile, week after week, I crawled into the pulpit to deliver my weekly sermon, sustained by the prayerful persistence that connected my heart to God’s.

Strangely, during this time of pain and weakness, more than any other point in my life, I became utterly convinced of the power of prayer. Though I was wobbly and wounded, the more I pursued interaction with my heavenly Father, the more divine strength I sensed in my life. The more I knocked on the doors of heaven, the more I found God ready and willing to carry the burden I bore.

Whatever broken conditions you are facing today – in your marriage, your home, your family, through a child who’s wandered away, or the collapse of a career – it is so often pain that drives us to dependence upon God.


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