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Don’t flinch in the face of trials
By Dr. Jack Graham | August 5, 2019

There’s going to come a time in your life when, more than anything on earth, you’re going to need to know that God is with you. And when that moment does come, it’s very important that you keep your trust in Jesus. To do less is to deny or dishonor our God.

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Caught in the crossfire
By Dr. Jack Graham | August 2, 2019

You and I will never be immune to the trials and suffering that come with living in this world because we live in a world that is in pain. We live in a world that is cursed and contaminated by sin.

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Do you have life?
By Dr. Jack Graham | August 1, 2019

God is holy and his standard is holy. He is righteous and his standards are righteous. And the Bible clearly tells us that every one of us was born with the infectious disease called sin.

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The goodness of God
By Dr. Jack Graham | July 31, 2019

When Jesus died on the cross, he paid the penalty, the price, and the debt for your sin. He took your judgment, your hell, and your death on himself!

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How well are you leading others?
By Dr. Jack Graham | July 30, 2019

Whether you spend your days in an office, at home raising children, or serving in a ministry position, you will probably find that you’re involved in some form of leadership.

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Do you have a place on the wall?
By Dr. Jack Graham | July 29, 2019

As a servant of Jesus Christ, you have a purpose for living. And you can make a difference in your community, church, and world… especially when you work in partnership with others.

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Are you robbing God? 2019
By Dr. Jack Graham | July 25, 2019

Today I simply want to ask the question, are you a giver or a taker? And I want you to think about that question in terms of your relationship with people and your relationship with God.

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Defeating lust
By Dr. Jack Graham | July 24, 2019

Talking about a subject like adultery is unpleasant. It’s unpleasant because in our hearts, we know how dire the consequences of this sin really are. 

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