“The words of this Book have a way of filling in the missing pieces, of bridging the gaps, of turning the tarnished colors of our life to jewel-like brilliance. Learn to take your every problem to the Bible. Within its pages you will find the correct answer.”

Billy Graham

“We see that humanism has become for many a polite name for a vocal, aggressive, influential crusade against religion in the name of social and moral advance. There is nothing new about humanism. It is the yielding to Satan’s first temptation of Adam and Eve: “Ye shall be as gods” [Genesis 3:5 KJV].”

Billy Graham

“The fact that God is infinite makes the study of His Word a lifetime occupation.”

Billy Graham

“Envy and greed starve on a steady diet of thanksgiving.”

Billy Graham

“The evangelistic ministry is a fight, not a frolic.”

Billy Graham

“Many of the mysteries of God—the heartaches, trials, disappointments, tragedies, and the silence of God in the midst of suffering—will be revealed in heaven.”

Billy Graham

“Surrendering to Christ is like signing your name to a blank check and letting the Lord put in the amount.”

Billy Graham

“The Bible is God’s gift to us. It came from God, and it points us to God.”

Billy Graham

“God’s Word not only gives authority to one’s ministry; it provides a solid foundation for one’s life.”

Billy Graham

“God did not intend for us to be idle and unproductive. There is dignity in work.”

Billy Graham

“Why is it that the cross has become the symbol of Christianity? It is because at the cross Jesus purchased our redemption and provided a righteousness which we could not ourselves earn.”

Billy Graham

“As Christians we are constantly bombarded with attitudes and values which are contrary to biblical teaching.”

Billy Graham

“Evil and suffering are real . . . They aren’t an illusion, nor are they simply an absence of good. We are fallen creatures living in a fallen world that has been twisted and corrupted by sin, and we all share in its brokenness. Most of all, we share in its tragic legacy of disease and death.”

Billy Graham

“You can have religion but not know Christ. It’s having Christ that counts.”

Billy Graham

“Parenting is the most important responsibility most of us will ever face, and none of us does it perfectly.”

Billy Graham


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