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By Dr. Jack Graham | March 1, 2019
You may not have heard of George Matheson. He was a nineteenth-century Scottish preacher who seemed destined for greatness.
But at a young age, Matheson began to lose his eyesight. Soon after, he lost his fiancée as well – as she couldn’t face life with a blind man.
For years, Matheson was blind, brokenhearted, and alone. But out of his suffering was borne a beautiful hymn I’m sure you have heard of: “O Love That Wilt Not Let Me Go.”
The third stanza reads:
“O Joy that seekest me through pain,
I cannot close my heart to Thee;
I trace the rainbow through the rain,
And feel the promise is not vain,
That morn shall tearless be.”
What wonderful words to speak to others – and yourself – when the storms of life hit hard. And what a wonderful hope we have!
I thank God that He’s using you to infuse others with that same hope, as you help share His glorious Gospel through PowerPoint in the U.S., Iran, the U.K., and beyond.
So thank you for your support to help millions embrace the “love that wilt not let them go.”
’Til the whole world hears,
Everything I Need
By Dr. Jack Graham | March 1, 2019
Psalm 23 has been called the greatest poem penned in any language. And in reality it is a poem and it is a song. It is a song of the people, and it sounds the chords of human experience.
The Soundtrack of Your Life
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 28, 2019
Have you thought about what a soundtrack does to a movie or to a small screen, even television? There actually was a time when movies did not talk, and then the talkies came in, and then later on music was added to the script to underscore the feeling and emotion of the story being told.
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 27, 2019
Deb and I and our family have lived in multiple houses through the years, but we’ve moved our home from house to house. Home is where the people you love live. I tell Deb all the time, “Honey, if you leave me, I’m going with you.” Because she is home, and we are at home together.
Making the Most of Every Day
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 26, 2019
Time is passing. I don’t know about you, but because of the rush of our days, it seems like it’s moving faster than ever before. And here’s the thing about playing the game of life: you can’t call time out! You can’t really drop out.
A House Built Upon the Lord
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 25, 2019
Many of you are familiar with Fixer Upper and shows like it on HGTV. You know Chip and Joanna, and of course, they are a couple… a man and a woman of faith as well, and you know what happens. There’s an old house. It’s a bad house; it’s falling down. And yet this couple has enough money to buy this house, and Chip and Joanna come along and they give them a new blueprint and a plan and some ideas. They begin to work their magic on this old house that’s falling down. And by the time they’re done, it’s brand new! It is unbelievably beautiful.
Get Strife Out of Your Life
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 22, 2019
When I was a little guy my mother used to cook in a thing called a pressure cooker. It would literally heat from the pressure within. And she would cook beans particularly in there. Every now and then this thing would start whistling and rattling, and suddenly there was an explosion! I would hear my mother scream, and I’d walk in and there were green beans all over the ceiling because that thing just finally blew up.
Believe and be blessed
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 21, 2019
So often we are defeated by the things we say to ourselves. Our anxious thoughts, our sinful thoughts, thoughts that do not honor God, or thoughts that impact us negatively.
A Grateful Life
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 20, 2019
The mark of a believer is thanksgiving and gratitude. We have grateful hearts because of what Christ has done for us. We enter into the presence of God with thanksgiving and praise.
A Prayer for America
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 19, 2019
Our Judeo-Christian values, biblical values in particular are under attack in our nation. We know that, especially when it comes to Christians who boldly share their faith in the marketplace, or in the schoolyard or locker room or corporate office. There’s increasing resistance to that. If you are so bold to say that Jesus is [John 14:6] “the way, the truth, and the life, and no one comes to the Father except by Him,” expect that faith to be under attack.