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Will there ever be world peace?
By Dr. Jack Graham | April 17, 2020
It doesn't take a whole lot of observation to recognize the world isn't becoming a better place. Yet it wasn't too long ago that many people thought that the world was heading toward its own utopia. World War I was called "the war that would end all wars." And even theologians were predicting the coming of God's Kingdom because mankind was getting better and better!
Walking in the Spirit
By Dr. Jack Graham | April 16, 2020
What's your greatest passion in life?
By Dr. Jack Graham | April 16, 2020
Just about everyone is passionate about something. For some, the passion of their lives is education. So they continue to grow in knowledge, remembering that all knowledge is rooted in the fear of the Lord.
By Dr. Jack Graham | April 15, 2020
How to live your life with conviction
By Dr. Jack Graham | April 14, 2020
There was a question coined a few years ago that goes like this: If you were arrested for being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict you? That's a tough question, especially if your life has been characterized by a lukewarm relationship with God. Would there be enough evidence to convict?
The difference between faith and works
By Dr. Jack Graham | April 13, 2020
Isn’t it funny how there are basically two kinds of religions in the world? There are those religions of works, which are false religions. And then there is religion by faith, which is true religion. Those are the only two categories: works-based religion and faith-based religion.
Jesus Now and Forever
By Dr. Jack Graham | April 10, 2020
Choosing to be Fearless: Day 5, Persevering
By Deb Graham | April 10, 2020
I have lost track as to what day of the week it is. My sleep is totally messed up, and it’s hard to concentrate. It’s a struggle to stay positive and feel any sense of accomplishment. Constantly I remind myself of my blessings and that God has all of this. The news is filled with suffering and death. It’s hard to rationalize suffering. Suffering has always been with us, and the Christian is not exempt. But one of Satan’s greatest lies is that "God doesn’t love us, or why would He hurt innocent people?" This is where perseverance comes into play. We see only a speck of the eternal picture. As hurtful as this moment may be, we are blessed. Pain, fear and darkness will not disappear, but God’s light will be a beacon to those who believe. Keeping the faith, sharing the truth of God’s plan for our lives, and persevering to finish well is our mandate.
Choosing to be Fearless: Day 4, Persuading
By Deb Graham | April 9, 2020
I am an introvert by nature. I love calm and order. I think best when I am in control. Yet, I have learned that this is not always best for my spiritual life. Being a minister’s wife, I have learned to hold my tongue, keep my opinions to myself, and shy away from controversy. However, in the Scriptures, we are told to be persuasive. I was reminded of this commandment this morning when I watched Franklin Graham on television. He presented a heartfelt persuading plea for people to turn to God in this, our time of need. God bless him – he is fearless in his quest to persuade people to find the Lord because he loves people. My goal today is to be strong in the persuading power of the Gospel. For to do so enriches my life, honors God, and rescues people who desperately need hope.
Choosing to be Fearless: Day 3, Proclaiming
By Deb Graham | April 8, 2020
My neighbors all know Deuce! This mild-tempered beagle, part of a brother duo team, has proclaimed himself to everyone who comes within a block of me while we're out for a walk. The funny thing is that of the beagle boys, Deuce is the lover. He is a kisser and cuddler. But once in the harness, he demonstrates his gift of proclamation. Last evening, a sweet couple with a large dog caught his eye. Loud howling and barking set forth. He was fearless!