“The Bible opens with a tragedy and ends in a triumph.”

Billy Graham

“God has given us two hands--one to receive with and the other to give with. We are not cisterns made for hoarding; we are channels made for sharing.”

Billy Graham

“Man suppresses the truth, mixes it with error, and develops the religions of the world.”

Billy Graham

“The church is a storehouse of spiritual food whereby the inner man is fed, nourished, and developed into maturity. If it fails, it is not fulfilling its purpose as a church.”

Billy Graham

“When the “evil day” comes, we do not have to be dependent upon the circumstances around us, but rather on the resources of God!”

Billy Graham

“He lives in the hearts of those who trust in Him. Our confidence in life after death comes from these very truths.”

Billy Graham

“Liquor is not necessary either for health or for so-called gracious living . . .It is the cause of untold sorrow, suffering, and material loss, not to mention the spiritual implications of drinking.”

Billy Graham

“One-third of Matthew . . . one-third of Mark . . . one-fourth of Luke, and one-half of John are given to [Christ’s] death . . .Jesus came for the express purpose of dying for sinners. When He left heaven, He knew He was going to the cross.”

Billy Graham

“Christianity is not primarily a matter of externals, nevertheless it does find expression in conversation, habits, recreation, emphasis, and ambitions to be noted in our daily life.”

Billy Graham

“When wealth is lost, nothing is lost; when health is lost, something is lost; when character is lost, all is lost.” 

Billy Graham

“Jesus Himself was the first missionary . . .He pledged His followers to be missionaries too!”

Billy Graham

“God did not ordain that the church should drift aimlessly in the seas of uncertainty without compass, captain, or crew.”

Billy Graham

“Satan will do everything he can to divide Christians and destroy our witness. Only the Holy Spirit can subdue our old nature and overcome it with God’s love.”

Billy Graham

“A Roman soldier . . . thrust a spear into Jesus’ side and out came blood and water. Physicians say that a mixture of blood and water indicates that Jesus died of a broken heart. He poured out the last ounce of His blood to redeem us.”

Billy Graham

“Are your beliefs anchored in a faith that can withstand emotionalism, the drug culture, social and peer pressure, and material temptations? The world is seething with demonic energy. Only supreme inner strength can resist its ceaseless hassling.”

Billy Graham


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