Resources on Bible
The power and preservation of God’s word
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 24, 2020
In 1939 at the World’s Fair in New York, a time capsule was buried, which is to be opened 5,000 years from now. And, of course, in that time capsule they included many items of the culture and society of that day – memorabilia to give a slice of life if the world is still in existence in 5,000 years.
Building others up through encouragement
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 21, 2020
I heard about a vacuum cleaner salesman who was up in the hills of Arkansas and was showing one of his vacuum cleaners from house to house. So he got to one house on the backside of a mountain, and he walked in at the invitation of a lady and said, “Ma’am, I guarantee you this vacuum cleaner will suck up every piece of dirt on your floor anywhere in your house.”
How do you read the Bible?
By Dr. Jack Graham | October 15, 2019
In my time as a pastor, I’ve come to the realization that there are essentially three kinds of Bible readers. There are some I like to call “castor-oil” readers, who see the Bible as bad-tasting medicine. But they figure it’s good for what ails them so they decide to take it anyway.
Word of God Speak
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 13, 2019
God speaks to us. “God is here,” Francis Schaeffer said years ago, “and He is not silent.” God has never left Himself without a witness. But the question is how does God speak?
Do you accept God's Word?
By Dr. Jack Graham | July 10, 2018
In his book The Journey, the great Billy Graham writes about coming to a point in his life of reconciling himself to the Scriptures as the complete and authoritative Word of God.
What is the Bible to you?
By Dr. Jack Graham | July 9, 2018
Is the Bible just a book or is it “The” Book? Is it just another book of religion? Or can you and I claim that, in his Word, God has spoken completely and definitively as our final source of truth and authority?