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The biggest challenge we face today
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 17, 2020
I was shocked to read not long ago that only 49 percent of college freshmen in America have a thought-out philosophy of life. That means over half of the young people entering college today don’t have a direction they’re heading, nor principles to guide them.
Will I know my loved ones in heaven?
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 14, 2020
I’m often asked, “Pastor, will I know my loved ones n heaven?” And my answer is always the same, “certainly, we will know one another in heaven! Do you think you’ll have less sense in heaven than you have here on earth? We know one another here; and there we will know fully and be fully known!
What does it mean to repent?
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 13, 2020
The day all suffering will end
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 12, 2020
Years and years ago in the city of Atlanta, Georgia, there was a wonderful pastor of the Baptist Tabernacle named Lynn Broaden. Pastor Broaden went to see a man who was an usher in his church and was dying of cancer. And as he was describing the glories of heaven and telling that man of the wonderful beauties of that place, tears began to trickle down that man’s face.
Resting in the promise of eternal life in Christ
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 11, 2020
I’m told that in a cemetery up in Indiana, there is an epitaph on a tombstone that says:
Looking toward the indescribable promise of heaven
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 10, 2020
I heard a story about a little girl who was blind from birth. Her mother constantly tried to describe the beauty of the world. She would describe the color of a flower, talk about the glory of a sunrise or a sunset, try to describe colors of the mountains, and so forth.
Letting God’s love shine through you
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 7, 2020
I was once at a local hospital visiting a friend, and I came across a young lady in the waiting room who was crying uncontrollably. She looked to be about 17 or 18 years old, so I walked over to her and I said, “I’m a minister. Can I help you?”
How you can be a good parent
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 6, 2020
I try to play a little golf now and then, and I tend to be pretty good on the practice range. Not long ago, I was invited to play in a tournament our church was having, and I was amazed at how good I was hitting the ball on the practice range. I felt like a combination of Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer!
Serving God where He’s placed you
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 5, 2020
I heard about a young lad who was out farming one afternoon. He looked up and thought he saw a vision that formed in the clouds. It said “P.C.”. So he said, “Praise, God! That must mean ‘preach Christ.’” So at that moment, he left his plow, left the farm, and he went out and preached his very first sermon.
The life available to you in God’s Word
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 4, 2020
There are so many different kinds of Bible studies today. I know many people who try what I call the “Lucky Dip” method of Bible study. They come to a crossroads where they have to make a decision and say, “Alright, God, I’m going to throw open my Bible, close my eyes, and point to a verse. Wherever my finger lands, that’s Your will.”