Resources on Salvation
Jesus is your advocate.
By Dr. Jack Graham | April 16, 2018
Has the devil ever tried to “re-try” you for a past sin? The enemy just loves to bring up sins that we’ve confessed to God. He’ll say things to us like, “You can’t be forgiven. There’s no hope for your sin!”
Jesus came to find us
By Dr. Jack Graham | March 16, 2018
Do you realize that religion doesn’t seek the one true God? That may surprise you, but it’s true. Religion is nothing more than man’s frail effort to create God in his own image.
Victory is on the way!
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 12, 2018
And Moses said to the people, “Fear not, stand firm, and see the salvation of the Lord, which he will work for you today.”
Do you know the saying, “Don’t just stand there, do something!”? Well, a while back I read a twist on this that said, “Don’t just do something, stand there!” I love this idea because human nature can make us panic and think, “I have to do something quick to save myself,” even if I don’t know what to do.
Well, I’m sure that had to cross the minds of the children of Israel. There they were with the Red Sea straight ahead of them and Pharaoh’s army about to overtake them. Panic had to be the theme of the day, but Moses wasn’t panicking.
While he may not have known exactly what God was going to do to deliver them from Pharaoh’s men, he knew that God was capable of the miraculous! So he spoke to God’s people and said, “Fear not, stand firm, and see the salvation of the Lord, which he will work for you today!”
And as you know, God did not disappoint! He parted the sea and allowed the Israelites to walk across on dry land. And when they had finished crossing, he vanquished their enemy before their eyes.
Listen! If you are in a dry and barren place wondering if you’re going to make it, just remember who’s fighting your fight!
“Stand firm and see the salvation of the Lord!”
REMEMBER WHO’S FIGHTING YOUR FIGHT!
The best is yet to come
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 22, 2018
Do you realize that there are things that come with salvation? That’s exactly what today’s verse says. There are things that “belong to” or accompany our salvation, things that help you and me grow into maturity. And these are things are worth acknowledging with praise and gratitude to God.
Have you found new life?
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 11, 2018
Did you know that there are more conversations recorded between Jesus and Simon Peter than any other two people in Scripture? It’s true, and I want to bring your attention to one such conversation. Jesus is saying something so important to you and me through it.