Resources on Christian Living

Are Jesus’ priorities your own?
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 5, 2018

Do you know the priorities and passions of Jesus? Well, I’m sure many ideas come to mind, but Jesus actually revealed four priorities that were of upmost importance to him. And even more importantly, he has entrusted these priorities to you, me, and all Christ-followers.

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The crown of righteousness
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 2, 2018

It’s a wonderful thing to give your all to Christ and to live full-out for him. And that’s just the kind of life Jesus has called us to.

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God has a hold on you
By Dr. Jack Graham | August 2, 2017

My Father, who has given them to Me, is greater than all, and no one is able to snatch them out of the Father’s hand.
—John 10:29
The Christian life isn’t just a matter of you and me holding on and hoping for the best. No, the Christian life is actually about God holding you and me in his grip, and us trusting him to not let go.
You see, as believers in the Lord Jesus Christ, you and I are still going to stumble and fall. God understands our humanity. And he knows our possibilities for greatness as well as our possibilities for failure.  
Think about the apostle Peter and Jesus at the time just before the crucifixion. Peter told Jesus there was no way that he would ever deny him. And yet, he did just as Jesus said he would.
Jesus knew in advance about the shame, regret, and the complete sense of failure that Peter would experience. He knew all about it! Yet God was holding onto Peter every step of the way, and restored him in a mighty and extraordinary way to build his church.
A personal failure is a painful thing and it can send you reeling on a detour from the path that God has for you. It’s easy to feel so lost that you wonder if God even knows where you are. But I assure you that the Lord knows exactly where you are and he knows exactly what’s going on in your life.  
So live your life with the great joy that comes with knowing Christ and the power of his redemption. When you fall, get back up...

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