“Thanksgiving is recognition of a debt that cannot be paid. We express thanks, whether or not we are able otherwise to reimburse the giver.”

Billy Graham

“We have two natures within us, both struggling for mastery. Which one will dominate us? It depends on which one we feed.”

Billy Graham

“No matter what the climate is, what the troubles are, what the difficulties are, there is joy for the child of God, because joy is produced supernaturally by the Holy Spirit in us.”

Billy Graham

“It is only the consecrated, Spirit-filled Christian who can have victory over the world, the flesh, and the devil. It is the Holy Spirit who will do the fighting for you.”

Billy Graham

“We are to renounce the evil influence of the world, the flesh, and the devil. There can be no parleying, bargaining, compromise, or hesitation. Christ demands total loyalty.”

Billy Graham

“Only the forward-looking Christian remains sincerely optimistic and joyful, knowing that Christ will win in the end.”

Billy Graham

“The broken home has become the number one social problem of America, and could ultimately lead to the destruction of our civilization . . . it does not make screaming headlines; but, like termites, it is eating away at the heart and core of the American structure.”

Billy Graham

“Talk about God can become dreary and lackluster if God isn’t in you. Church can become a drab thing and the Bible an irksome Book if the Holy Spirit does not illuminate your soul with His indwelling presence.”

Billy Graham

“[Our] problems boil down to one of moral choices. God wanted a world based on moral values, thus He created mankind with the ability to respond to moral choices. Faced with the moral option of living selfishly or unselfishly, people can and do make wrong decisions. We are free to choose, but we reap the consequences of bad moral decisions.”

Billy Graham

“We have changed our moral code to fit our behavior instead of changing our behavior to harmonize with God’s moral code.”

Billy Graham

“Many people are willing to have Jesus as part of their lives—as long as it doesn’t cost them anything. They may even profess faith in Jesus and join a church. But Jesus to them is almost like an insurance policy—something they obtain and then forget about until they die. What keeps you from being His disciple?”

Billy Graham

“Sometimes we encourage someone without even being aware of it. Even the example we set by attending church may encourage someone who is searching for God.”

Billy Graham

“To be a disciple of Jesus means to learn from Him, to follow Him. The cost may be high.”

Billy Graham

“If you have been harboring anger or bitterness or jealousy in your heart toward someone—a parent, an ex-spouse, a boss—hand it over to Christ, and ask Him to help you let it go.”

Billy Graham

“If you know Christ, you don’t need to beg for the Holy Spirit to come into your life; He is already there—whether you “feel” His presence or not. Don’t confuse the Holy Spirit with an emotional feeling or a particular type of spiritual experience.”

Billy Graham


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