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Representing Christ in your financial obligations
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 22, 2020

I heard about a revival that took place in a small town in rural Oklahoma. Now, the banker of this particular little town was not a Christian, and had never once darkened the door of a church. But something struck him as odd about the way people were changing.

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The remarkable privilege of giving
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 20, 2020

When Deb and I were newly married, we rented a little house in the student housing section at Hardin-Simmons. It was an old army barracks that they had brought in there, but it was a haven to us as a young couple.

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Finding the courage to do what’s right
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 19, 2020

I have a saying that I use with my children and now my grandchildren. I also share it in counseling situations time and time again. It’s this simple statement: “It’s always right to do right. It is never wrong to do right. It is never right to do wrong.”

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The safest place to keep your treasure
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 18, 2020

Sam Houston, the great American and Texan, came to Christ late in his life. And a preacher, along with a congregation, went down to a creek to baptize him. He confessed his faith and was baptized in the name of Jesus Christ. And when he came up out of the water, he reached into his pocket, pulled out his wallet, and said to the preacher, “Well Reverend, looks like you baptized my pocketbook, too!”

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How to choose contentment over greed
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 15, 2020

I remember one day when a friend and I were passing by a beautiful, huge office building. I asked him, “What company is that?” And he answered, “Well, there’s nobody in that building. It’s vacant – and it’s been vacant since the day it was built.”

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Are you really committed?
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 13, 2020

I picked up an article years ago with the headline, “Fewer than 10 Percent of Americans are Deeply Committed Christians.” It was from pollster George Gallup Jr., who commented on the findings, “(The 10% who are committed) are more tolerant of people of diverse backgrounds, they are more involved in charitable activities, and they are far happier than the rest of the population.”

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Do you live to serve or to be served?
By Dr. Jack Graham | May 12, 2020

The great military hero General Douglas MacArthur once said, “There is no security on this earth; there is only opportunity. Empty your days of the search of security and fill them with a passion for service.”

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