“We have become so tolerant and accepting of the world’s ways that it is hard for many in the church to notice the sin much less answer how it crept in. The church is to be in the world, but worldliness is not to infiltrate the church.”

Billy Graham

“The architect of popular culture is none other than Satan. He is the chief designer and chief marketer, and he has been branding worldliness since the beginning of time. His methods are shifty and constantly in motion, changing fads and trends to keep the world running in circles, trying to keep up with the latest and greatest.”

Billy Graham

“We must understand what the word believe implies. It means “commit” and “surrender.”

Billy Graham

“People reading the Bible for the first time are often surprised to discover how much human drama it contains. Almost every conceivable human dilemma and conflict is reflected in its pages.”

Billy Graham

“God began by revelation to build a bridge between Himself and people.”

Billy Graham

“God will never—never—lead you to do something that is contrary to His written Word, the Bible.”

Billy Graham

“[The Holy Spirit] will remain with every believer right to the end. This thought has encouraged me a thousand times in these dark days when satanic forces are at work.”

Billy Graham

“We need to place God at the center of our family . . . As a family, we need to walk with God daily.”

Billy Graham

“Sin’s masterpiece of shame and hate became God’s masterpiece of mercy and forgiveness. Through the death of Christ upon the cross, sin itself was crucified for those who believe in Him.”

Billy Graham

“It could be said that going to church will not make one a Christian. But . . . refusing to fellowship with believers will not make you one either.”

Billy Graham

“The Bible teaches that man’s chief problem is spiritual.”

Billy Graham

“God’s holiness demands that sin be punished—but God’s love has provided the way of redemption through Christ.”

Billy Graham

“Where there is truth and error there is always compromise. Within some churches there is a movement to reshape the Christian message to make it more acceptable to man.”

Billy Graham

“Living the Christian life means striving for holiness.”

Billy Graham

“Don’t take your Bible for granted! For centuries ordinary believers had no access to the Bible; Bibles had to be painstakingly copied by hand and were very expensive. The only access most people had to the Bible was by hearing it read in church. The invention of the printing press changed all that, however, and today the Bible is readily available in multiple translations and hundreds of languages around the world.”

Billy Graham


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