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Will Graham: How the Cross Met Our 4 Greatest Needs

While the New Testament details the crucifixion extensively, my own personal belief is that there is no greater text dealing with the suffering of Christ than Isaiah 53:5

Will Graham: A Sacrifice That Costs Nothing Is Worth Nothing

When we sacrifice for the Kingdom of God, we are laying a foundation for the next generation to continue to worship and grow in the faith, while also imparting to them the importance of the principle of sacrifice.

Will Graham: Jesus Was Forsaken, Betrayed, And Crucified, But He Rose Victorious

Jesus personally chose 12 disciples whom He poured Himself into. These men could almost be considered His earthly family, surrounding Him, learning from Him, and serving in His ministry. Jesus loved them, and yet He knew—long before they did, in fact—that a couple of these men would publicly betray Him.

The Real Question Isn’t About Life And Death… It’s About Jesus

Since Christ has conquered death, it is now subservient to Him. Death has lost its sting (1 Corinthians 15:55). For those who call on the name of Jesus as Savior and Lord—like my grandfather—death is now the friend that opens the door and introduces us to eternity with Jesus in Heaven.

Will Graham: When God Opens A Door To Share The Hope Of Jesus, Don’t Miss The Opportunity

One of my greatest regrets is that I didn’t share the love of Christ with a couple in front of me, even though I clearly felt the Holy Spirit calling me to do so. I still feel the burden of that inaction today.

Will Graham: We Can’t Earn Our Salvation… But Our Actions Do Matter In The Scope Of Eternity

Why must we do good? Is it required to earn our salvation? By no means. However, our actions—both good and bad—do matter in the scope of eternity.

Will Graham: Coming From Afar To Worship And Proclaim The Arrival Of The Savior

Not only had the heavenly realms proclaimed the arrival of the Savior, but earthly kingdoms were recognizing the importance of this moment as well.

Will Graham: Herod’s Violent Plot To Eliminate The King Of The Jews

Given this, it’s no wonder that Herod became terrified when wise men from the East arrived in Jerusalem asking, “Where is He who has been born King of the Jews?”

Will Graham: The Shepherds Of Ancient Israel — Proclamation Of The Messiah’s Arrival

We know they felt fear, of course, but imagine the flood of emotions as they begin to realize that the angel of the Lord is proclaiming the news of the arrival of the Messiah!

Will Graham: Like Mary, Rejoice In The Midst Of Your Pain

It’s OK to be troubled, but I invite you to do as Mary did and rejoice in the midst of your pain. Lay it all at the feet of the One who came to save you, whose birth we celebrate.

Will Graham: Remaining Thankful in Dark Days

The truth is it’s not always so easy to give thanks. Frankly, it’s often easier to complain—or just huddle in the corner and look helplessly on as the world seems to fall apart around us.

We Must Feast On The Things Of The Lord Rather Than The Evils Of This Age

With so many prevalent temptations all around us, it would be easy to assimilate and enjoy all that the world has to offer, but like Daniel, we must purpose in our hearts to serve Jesus and Him alone.

Will Graham: There’s No Way to Be ‘Good Enough’

Perhaps you’ve never skipped a Sunday, but rather than living in His grace, you’re fighting your way through life and trying to be “good enough” to reach Heaven.

Will Graham: We Have Every Reason To Be Thankful—But Do We Thank Him?

We should be thankful that we serve a God who can heal, cleanse, and save—physically and spiritually—and who comes to us and invites us into communion with Him.

Will Graham: Are You Passing the Stewardship Test?

Are you being faithful? Is your work showing your heart for the Lord, or are you hurting your testimony and reputation by cutting corners, pointing fingers, or avoiding service altogether?

Will Graham: 3 Reasons Christians Need Each Other

If the local church wants to be an instrument of the Lord, then it needs to function the way He has designed it—as a body. The Apostle Paul brings some important things to our attention about participating in a church.

Will Graham: The Difference Between Mercy and Grace

The Bible tells us very clearly who we are and what we deserve. We are sinners who have fallen short of God’s glory (Romans 3:23). Because of that, we deserve death; eternal separation from the holy and perfect Father (Romans 6:23). No matter what we do in our own power and effort, we cannot change that fact. But this is where Christ comes in with His mercy and His grace!

Will Graham: Repenting Of Disordered Priorities

The whole account of Haggai is incredibly practical for the 21st century. One may even think that it was intended just for us living in this post-modern era, though it was written in 520 B.C.

In Our Current Culture And World, How Do We Navigate Through The Fog?

It occurs to me that life—especially in our current culture and world—can be like that treacherous, obscured journey through the fog. As we follow God’s Word, we know that we’re ultimately on the right path, but everything around us appears sin-sick and confused.

We’re Entering A New Era In The United States, Where There Will Be A Cost To Following Jesus

In some ways, even the freedom of religion in our country feels like it is slipping away, as “cancel culture” seems to take ever-greater precedence over the First Amendment. In 1 Peter 4:12-19, we are told how we should respond when the world attacks us for our faith.

Sin Is Evil — Whatever It Is, It Matters To God

According to our culture, if you do not rejoice in your sin, there’s something wrong with you. However, we are not called to live by the world, but by the Word. Do not take sin lightly.

Will Graham: A Living Sacrifice That Changed The Spiritual Fabric Of Israel

Her heart yearned so desperately for a son. As she prayed in the temple, she promised that if only God would grant her a boy, she would “give him to the LORD all the days of his life”

Will Graham: The Criminal on the Cross

We can learn a lot from a man on a cross. This individual’s name is only known to God. We find this man—a criminal sentenced to death—hanging beside Jesus in Luke 23:39-43.

Accepting The Full Authority Of Scripture — My Grandfather’s Defining Moment

By my grandfather’s own admission, you likely would have never heard of Billy Graham if not for his decision to accept the full authority of Scripture.

Will Graham: We Are All Called To Be Evangelists

We are all called to be evangelists. Are you willing to spend the time in prayer and the Word so that when those opportunities arise, you’ll be ready?

Will Graham: There’s No Middle Ground With Christ

When eternity is on the line—the difference between Heaven and Hell—I don’t pull punches. People need to know that both are real, literal places, and surrendering one’s life to Jesus is the difference.

Will Graham: The Inherent Risk With Pursuing ‘The American Dream’

When it’s all about me (I’m working hard, I’m making my way, I’m going to do what I need to get ahead), it leaves very little room for the One who has promised that He has a plan for us.

Will Graham: Are They Worth The Cost?

Think about those around you who have not made a decision for Christ. Think about your mom or dad, your brother or sister, your neighbor, your co-worker. Tell me—are they worth it?

Will Graham: A Legacy Of Faith — Learning From My Father And Grandfather

God has you where you are for a season and for a reason. Honor your family, hold them while you can, and proclaim the hope of Christ as much—and as boldly—as possible.

Will Graham: What Does It Mean to Be Filled With the Spirit?

Too often we only want to be filled with the Spirit on Sundays, and as soon as we leave our church service, we return to our worldly routines of mundane tasks, acceptable temptations or angry confrontations.

Will Graham: Looking To The Past, Present And Future — What’s Communion All About?

When we observe the Lord’s Supper, we recognize that the table looks in three different directions: it looks to the past, the present and the future.

Will Graham: There’s No Way to Be ‘Good Enough’

Perhaps you’ve never skipped a Sunday, but rather than living in His grace you’re fighting your way through life and trying to be “good enough” to reach Heaven.

Will Graham: What Can We Learn From Jonah’s Tumultuous Journey?

He did not want Nineveh to experience God’s forgiveness (Jonah 3:10, 4:1-2). Instead Jonah ran away from Ninevah, ultimately ending up on the sea and being tossed overboard, finding himself in the “belly of the fish” (Jonah 1:17).

Accepted Without Being Tested: In Our Society, False Beliefs And Teachings Are Creeping In Everywhere

The more you understand and internalize the Bible, the easier it will be for you to discern truth from lie and solid doctrine from false teaching.

Why Would Jesus Submit To Being Beaten, Ridiculed, And Crucified On My Behalf?

The cross was intended to not just bring agony and death, but to do so in such an obscene, traumatic, humiliating, and public fashion that everybody knew the punishment they would receive should they disobey Rome.

Dangerous Trend: Twisting Scripture To Endorse Sin Is A Grave Mistake

They may even be completely biblically illiterate, but in their mind, they’ve made Jesus or the Bible into some sort of sin-supporting entity.

Will Graham: Focusing On The Full View Of God’s Judgment, Mercy And Goodness

As you travel through the dark valley of grief and pain, I pray that you will take Jeremiah’s words to heart. Cling to the promise and find peace in understanding that “the Lord is my portion.”

Will Graham: Which Is More Important — Jesus’ Death or Resurrection?

But to fully understand Christ’s finished work on the cross, we must equally consider each of these pivotal moments. Combined, they change history, life, and eternity.

Will Graham: Jesus Was Forsaken, Betrayed And Crucified, But He Conquered All

Maybe you’re reading this and it sounds a little too familiar. Maybe you have friends or family members who have turned their backs on you, or perhaps—like Judas—they were instrumental in causing the suffering you are now enduring...

Will Graham: Complacent Christians

My friends, this is a very dangerous place to be. Spiritual complacency and pollution are a problem. What’s the answer?

Will Graham: Sharing The Gospel — Boldly Step Out And Trust That God Will Speak Through You

If God did this for Moses, then God will do it for you and me as well. We must be obedient to God’s calling and prayerfully dependent upon Him in those moments...

Will Graham: O Death, Where Is Your Sting?

For those who call on the name of Jesus as Savior and Lord—like my grandfather—death is now the friend that opens the door and introduces us to eternity with Jesus in Heaven.

Through Icy Glares, Signal A Defiance, Unwilling To Bend A Knee To Almighty God

Pride causes you to build yourself up to a level greater than God, focusing on yourself instead of on Him. It leaves no room for the Savior, and it sets you on a very dangerous path.

Will Graham: Getting Past The Excuses — Following God’s Purpose For Your Life

God is not going to call you to a purpose without giving you the tools you need to accomplish His plan. What a great concept—God gives us purpose, and then equips us for His purposes!

‘God’s Word Is Eternally Trustworthy’: Standing Firm Against The Spreading Anti-Christian Movement

Make no mistake, the days are evil, and people all around us are falling for the schemes of the devil. As you immerse yourself in God’s Word, you're being built up and strengthened so you can stand firm.

A Gospel Witness Requires Your Words

A Biblical witness for Christ involves actions and words. You need to open your mouth and share the truth of Scripture—the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus

Will Graham: How the Cross Met Our 4 Greatest Needs

While the New Testament details the crucifixion extensively, my own personal belief is that there is no greater text dealing with the suffering of Christ than Isaiah 53:5

Will Graham: A Sacrifice That Costs Nothing Is Worth Nothing

When we sacrifice for the Kingdom of God, we are laying a foundation for the next generation to continue to worship and grow in the faith, while also imparting to them the importance of the principle of sacrifice.

Will Graham: Jesus Was Forsaken, Betrayed, And Crucified, But He Rose Victorious

Jesus personally chose 12 disciples whom He poured Himself into. These men could almost be considered His earthly family, surrounding Him, learning from Him, and serving in His ministry. Jesus loved them, and yet He knew—long before they did, in fact—that a couple of these men would publicly betray Him.

The Real Question Isn’t About Life And Death… It’s About Jesus

Since Christ has conquered death, it is now subservient to Him. Death has lost its sting (1 Corinthians 15:55). For those who call on the name of Jesus as Savior and Lord—like my grandfather—death is now the friend that opens the door and introduces us to eternity with Jesus in Heaven.

Will Graham: When God Opens A Door To Share The Hope Of Jesus, Don’t Miss The Opportunity

One of my greatest regrets is that I didn’t share the love of Christ with a couple in front of me, even though I clearly felt the Holy Spirit calling me to do so. I still feel the burden of that inaction today.

Will Graham: We Can’t Earn Our Salvation… But Our Actions Do Matter In The Scope Of Eternity

Why must we do good? Is it required to earn our salvation? By no means. However, our actions—both good and bad—do matter in the scope of eternity.

Will Graham: Coming From Afar To Worship And Proclaim The Arrival Of The Savior

Not only had the heavenly realms proclaimed the arrival of the Savior, but earthly kingdoms were recognizing the importance of this moment as well.

Will Graham: Herod’s Violent Plot To Eliminate The King Of The Jews

Given this, it’s no wonder that Herod became terrified when wise men from the East arrived in Jerusalem asking, “Where is He who has been born King of the Jews?”

Will Graham: The Shepherds Of Ancient Israel — Proclamation Of The Messiah’s Arrival

We know they felt fear, of course, but imagine the flood of emotions as they begin to realize that the angel of the Lord is proclaiming the news of the arrival of the Messiah!

Will Graham: Like Mary, Rejoice In The Midst Of Your Pain

It’s OK to be troubled, but I invite you to do as Mary did and rejoice in the midst of your pain. Lay it all at the feet of the One who came to save you, whose birth we celebrate.

Will Graham: Remaining Thankful in Dark Days

The truth is it’s not always so easy to give thanks. Frankly, it’s often easier to complain—or just huddle in the corner and look helplessly on as the world seems to fall apart around us.

We Must Feast On The Things Of The Lord Rather Than The Evils Of This Age

With so many prevalent temptations all around us, it would be easy to assimilate and enjoy all that the world has to offer, but like Daniel, we must purpose in our hearts to serve Jesus and Him alone.

Will Graham: There’s No Way to Be ‘Good Enough’

Perhaps you’ve never skipped a Sunday, but rather than living in His grace, you’re fighting your way through life and trying to be “good enough” to reach Heaven.

Will Graham: We Have Every Reason To Be Thankful—But Do We Thank Him?

We should be thankful that we serve a God who can heal, cleanse, and save—physically and spiritually—and who comes to us and invites us into communion with Him.

Will Graham: Are You Passing the Stewardship Test?

Are you being faithful? Is your work showing your heart for the Lord, or are you hurting your testimony and reputation by cutting corners, pointing fingers, or avoiding service altogether?

Will Graham: 3 Reasons Christians Need Each Other

If the local church wants to be an instrument of the Lord, then it needs to function the way He has designed it—as a body. The Apostle Paul brings some important things to our attention about participating in a church.

Will Graham: The Difference Between Mercy and Grace

The Bible tells us very clearly who we are and what we deserve. We are sinners who have fallen short of God’s glory (Romans 3:23). Because of that, we deserve death; eternal separation from the holy and perfect Father (Romans 6:23). No matter what we do in our own power and effort, we cannot change that fact. But this is where Christ comes in with His mercy and His grace!

Will Graham: Repenting Of Disordered Priorities

The whole account of Haggai is incredibly practical for the 21st century. One may even think that it was intended just for us living in this post-modern era, though it was written in 520 B.C.

In Our Current Culture And World, How Do We Navigate Through The Fog?

It occurs to me that life—especially in our current culture and world—can be like that treacherous, obscured journey through the fog. As we follow God’s Word, we know that we’re ultimately on the right path, but everything around us appears sin-sick and confused.

We’re Entering A New Era In The United States, Where There Will Be A Cost To Following Jesus

In some ways, even the freedom of religion in our country feels like it is slipping away, as “cancel culture” seems to take ever-greater precedence over the First Amendment. In 1 Peter 4:12-19, we are told how we should respond when the world attacks us for our faith.

Sin Is Evil — Whatever It Is, It Matters To God

According to our culture, if you do not rejoice in your sin, there’s something wrong with you. However, we are not called to live by the world, but by the Word. Do not take sin lightly.

Will Graham: A Living Sacrifice That Changed The Spiritual Fabric Of Israel

Her heart yearned so desperately for a son. As she prayed in the temple, she promised that if only God would grant her a boy, she would “give him to the LORD all the days of his life”

Will Graham: The Criminal on the Cross

We can learn a lot from a man on a cross. This individual’s name is only known to God. We find this man—a criminal sentenced to death—hanging beside Jesus in Luke 23:39-43.

Accepting The Full Authority Of Scripture — My Grandfather’s Defining Moment

By my grandfather’s own admission, you likely would have never heard of Billy Graham if not for his decision to accept the full authority of Scripture.

Will Graham: We Are All Called To Be Evangelists

We are all called to be evangelists. Are you willing to spend the time in prayer and the Word so that when those opportunities arise, you’ll be ready?

Will Graham: There’s No Middle Ground With Christ

When eternity is on the line—the difference between Heaven and Hell—I don’t pull punches. People need to know that both are real, literal places, and surrendering one’s life to Jesus is the difference.

Will Graham: The Inherent Risk With Pursuing ‘The American Dream’

When it’s all about me (I’m working hard, I’m making my way, I’m going to do what I need to get ahead), it leaves very little room for the One who has promised that He has a plan for us.

Will Graham: Are They Worth The Cost?

Think about those around you who have not made a decision for Christ. Think about your mom or dad, your brother or sister, your neighbor, your co-worker. Tell me—are they worth it?

Will Graham: A Legacy Of Faith — Learning From My Father And Grandfather

God has you where you are for a season and for a reason. Honor your family, hold them while you can, and proclaim the hope of Christ as much—and as boldly—as possible.

Will Graham: What Does It Mean to Be Filled With the Spirit?

Too often we only want to be filled with the Spirit on Sundays, and as soon as we leave our church service, we return to our worldly routines of mundane tasks, acceptable temptations or angry confrontations.

Will Graham: Looking To The Past, Present And Future — What’s Communion All About?

When we observe the Lord’s Supper, we recognize that the table looks in three different directions: it looks to the past, the present and the future.

Will Graham: There’s No Way to Be ‘Good Enough’

Perhaps you’ve never skipped a Sunday, but rather than living in His grace you’re fighting your way through life and trying to be “good enough” to reach Heaven.

Will Graham: What Can We Learn From Jonah’s Tumultuous Journey?

He did not want Nineveh to experience God’s forgiveness (Jonah 3:10, 4:1-2). Instead Jonah ran away from Ninevah, ultimately ending up on the sea and being tossed overboard, finding himself in the “belly of the fish” (Jonah 1:17).

Accepted Without Being Tested: In Our Society, False Beliefs And Teachings Are Creeping In Everywhere

The more you understand and internalize the Bible, the easier it will be for you to discern truth from lie and solid doctrine from false teaching.

Why Would Jesus Submit To Being Beaten, Ridiculed, And Crucified On My Behalf?

The cross was intended to not just bring agony and death, but to do so in such an obscene, traumatic, humiliating, and public fashion that everybody knew the punishment they would receive should they disobey Rome.

Dangerous Trend: Twisting Scripture To Endorse Sin Is A Grave Mistake

They may even be completely biblically illiterate, but in their mind, they’ve made Jesus or the Bible into some sort of sin-supporting entity.

Will Graham: Focusing On The Full View Of God’s Judgment, Mercy And Goodness

As you travel through the dark valley of grief and pain, I pray that you will take Jeremiah’s words to heart. Cling to the promise and find peace in understanding that “the Lord is my portion.”

Will Graham: Which Is More Important — Jesus’ Death or Resurrection?

But to fully understand Christ’s finished work on the cross, we must equally consider each of these pivotal moments. Combined, they change history, life, and eternity.

Will Graham: Jesus Was Forsaken, Betrayed And Crucified, But He Conquered All

Maybe you’re reading this and it sounds a little too familiar. Maybe you have friends or family members who have turned their backs on you, or perhaps—like Judas—they were instrumental in causing the suffering you are now enduring...

Will Graham: Complacent Christians

My friends, this is a very dangerous place to be. Spiritual complacency and pollution are a problem. What’s the answer?

Will Graham: Sharing The Gospel — Boldly Step Out And Trust That God Will Speak Through You

If God did this for Moses, then God will do it for you and me as well. We must be obedient to God’s calling and prayerfully dependent upon Him in those moments...

Will Graham: O Death, Where Is Your Sting?

For those who call on the name of Jesus as Savior and Lord—like my grandfather—death is now the friend that opens the door and introduces us to eternity with Jesus in Heaven.

Through Icy Glares, Signal A Defiance, Unwilling To Bend A Knee To Almighty God

Pride causes you to build yourself up to a level greater than God, focusing on yourself instead of on Him. It leaves no room for the Savior, and it sets you on a very dangerous path.

Will Graham: Getting Past The Excuses — Following God’s Purpose For Your Life

God is not going to call you to a purpose without giving you the tools you need to accomplish His plan. What a great concept—God gives us purpose, and then equips us for His purposes!

‘God’s Word Is Eternally Trustworthy’: Standing Firm Against The Spreading Anti-Christian Movement

Make no mistake, the days are evil, and people all around us are falling for the schemes of the devil. As you immerse yourself in God’s Word, you're being built up and strengthened so you can stand firm.

A Gospel Witness Requires Your Words

A Biblical witness for Christ involves actions and words. You need to open your mouth and share the truth of Scripture—the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus

Will Graham: How the Cross Met Our 4 Greatest Needs

While the New Testament details the crucifixion extensively, my own personal belief is that there is no greater text dealing with the suffering of Christ than Isaiah 53:5

Will Graham: A Sacrifice That Costs Nothing Is Worth Nothing

When we sacrifice for the Kingdom of God, we are laying a foundation for the next generation to continue to worship and grow in the faith, while also imparting to them the importance of the principle of sacrifice.

Will Graham: Jesus Was Forsaken, Betrayed, And Crucified, But He Rose Victorious

Jesus personally chose 12 disciples whom He poured Himself into. These men could almost be considered His earthly family, surrounding Him, learning from Him, and serving in His ministry. Jesus loved them, and yet He knew—long before they did, in fact—that a couple of these men would publicly betray Him.

The Real Question Isn’t About Life And Death… It’s About Jesus

Since Christ has conquered death, it is now subservient to Him. Death has lost its sting (1 Corinthians 15:55). For those who call on the name of Jesus as Savior and Lord—like my grandfather—death is now the friend that opens the door and introduces us to eternity with Jesus in Heaven.

Will Graham: When God Opens A Door To Share The Hope Of Jesus, Don’t Miss The Opportunity

One of my greatest regrets is that I didn’t share the love of Christ with a couple in front of me, even though I clearly felt the Holy Spirit calling me to do so. I still feel the burden of that inaction today.

Will Graham: We Can’t Earn Our Salvation… But Our Actions Do Matter In The Scope Of Eternity

Why must we do good? Is it required to earn our salvation? By no means. However, our actions—both good and bad—do matter in the scope of eternity.

Will Graham: Coming From Afar To Worship And Proclaim The Arrival Of The Savior

Not only had the heavenly realms proclaimed the arrival of the Savior, but earthly kingdoms were recognizing the importance of this moment as well.

Will Graham: Herod’s Violent Plot To Eliminate The King Of The Jews

Given this, it’s no wonder that Herod became terrified when wise men from the East arrived in Jerusalem asking, “Where is He who has been born King of the Jews?”

Will Graham: The Shepherds Of Ancient Israel — Proclamation Of The Messiah’s Arrival

We know they felt fear, of course, but imagine the flood of emotions as they begin to realize that the angel of the Lord is proclaiming the news of the arrival of the Messiah!

Will Graham: Like Mary, Rejoice In The Midst Of Your Pain

It’s OK to be troubled, but I invite you to do as Mary did and rejoice in the midst of your pain. Lay it all at the feet of the One who came to save you, whose birth we celebrate.

Will Graham: Remaining Thankful in Dark Days

The truth is it’s not always so easy to give thanks. Frankly, it’s often easier to complain—or just huddle in the corner and look helplessly on as the world seems to fall apart around us.

We Must Feast On The Things Of The Lord Rather Than The Evils Of This Age

With so many prevalent temptations all around us, it would be easy to assimilate and enjoy all that the world has to offer, but like Daniel, we must purpose in our hearts to serve Jesus and Him alone.

Will Graham: There’s No Way to Be ‘Good Enough’

Perhaps you’ve never skipped a Sunday, but rather than living in His grace, you’re fighting your way through life and trying to be “good enough” to reach Heaven.

Will Graham: We Have Every Reason To Be Thankful—But Do We Thank Him?

We should be thankful that we serve a God who can heal, cleanse, and save—physically and spiritually—and who comes to us and invites us into communion with Him.

Will Graham: Are You Passing the Stewardship Test?

Are you being faithful? Is your work showing your heart for the Lord, or are you hurting your testimony and reputation by cutting corners, pointing fingers, or avoiding service altogether?

Will Graham: 3 Reasons Christians Need Each Other

If the local church wants to be an instrument of the Lord, then it needs to function the way He has designed it—as a body. The Apostle Paul brings some important things to our attention about participating in a church.

Will Graham: The Difference Between Mercy and Grace

The Bible tells us very clearly who we are and what we deserve. We are sinners who have fallen short of God’s glory (Romans 3:23). Because of that, we deserve death; eternal separation from the holy and perfect Father (Romans 6:23). No matter what we do in our own power and effort, we cannot change that fact. But this is where Christ comes in with His mercy and His grace!

Will Graham: Repenting Of Disordered Priorities

The whole account of Haggai is incredibly practical for the 21st century. One may even think that it was intended just for us living in this post-modern era, though it was written in 520 B.C.

In Our Current Culture And World, How Do We Navigate Through The Fog?

It occurs to me that life—especially in our current culture and world—can be like that treacherous, obscured journey through the fog. As we follow God’s Word, we know that we’re ultimately on the right path, but everything around us appears sin-sick and confused.

We’re Entering A New Era In The United States, Where There Will Be A Cost To Following Jesus

In some ways, even the freedom of religion in our country feels like it is slipping away, as “cancel culture” seems to take ever-greater precedence over the First Amendment. In 1 Peter 4:12-19, we are told how we should respond when the world attacks us for our faith.

Sin Is Evil — Whatever It Is, It Matters To God

According to our culture, if you do not rejoice in your sin, there’s something wrong with you. However, we are not called to live by the world, but by the Word. Do not take sin lightly.

Will Graham: A Living Sacrifice That Changed The Spiritual Fabric Of Israel

Her heart yearned so desperately for a son. As she prayed in the temple, she promised that if only God would grant her a boy, she would “give him to the LORD all the days of his life”

Will Graham: The Criminal on the Cross

We can learn a lot from a man on a cross. This individual’s name is only known to God. We find this man—a criminal sentenced to death—hanging beside Jesus in Luke 23:39-43.

Accepting The Full Authority Of Scripture — My Grandfather’s Defining Moment

By my grandfather’s own admission, you likely would have never heard of Billy Graham if not for his decision to accept the full authority of Scripture.

Will Graham: We Are All Called To Be Evangelists

We are all called to be evangelists. Are you willing to spend the time in prayer and the Word so that when those opportunities arise, you’ll be ready?

Will Graham: There’s No Middle Ground With Christ

When eternity is on the line—the difference between Heaven and Hell—I don’t pull punches. People need to know that both are real, literal places, and surrendering one’s life to Jesus is the difference.

Will Graham: The Inherent Risk With Pursuing ‘The American Dream’

When it’s all about me (I’m working hard, I’m making my way, I’m going to do what I need to get ahead), it leaves very little room for the One who has promised that He has a plan for us.

Will Graham: Are They Worth The Cost?

Think about those around you who have not made a decision for Christ. Think about your mom or dad, your brother or sister, your neighbor, your co-worker. Tell me—are they worth it?

Will Graham: A Legacy Of Faith — Learning From My Father And Grandfather

God has you where you are for a season and for a reason. Honor your family, hold them while you can, and proclaim the hope of Christ as much—and as boldly—as possible.

Will Graham: What Does It Mean to Be Filled With the Spirit?

Too often we only want to be filled with the Spirit on Sundays, and as soon as we leave our church service, we return to our worldly routines of mundane tasks, acceptable temptations or angry confrontations.

Will Graham: Looking To The Past, Present And Future — What’s Communion All About?

When we observe the Lord’s Supper, we recognize that the table looks in three different directions: it looks to the past, the present and the future.

Will Graham: There’s No Way to Be ‘Good Enough’

Perhaps you’ve never skipped a Sunday, but rather than living in His grace you’re fighting your way through life and trying to be “good enough” to reach Heaven.

Will Graham: What Can We Learn From Jonah’s Tumultuous Journey?

He did not want Nineveh to experience God’s forgiveness (Jonah 3:10, 4:1-2). Instead Jonah ran away from Ninevah, ultimately ending up on the sea and being tossed overboard, finding himself in the “belly of the fish” (Jonah 1:17).

Accepted Without Being Tested: In Our Society, False Beliefs And Teachings Are Creeping In Everywhere

The more you understand and internalize the Bible, the easier it will be for you to discern truth from lie and solid doctrine from false teaching.

Why Would Jesus Submit To Being Beaten, Ridiculed, And Crucified On My Behalf?

The cross was intended to not just bring agony and death, but to do so in such an obscene, traumatic, humiliating, and p