“In your own mind-darkened, will-paralyzed, conscience-dulled soul, God can make the light penetrate and turn the darkness of your own life into day, if you will let Him.”

Billy Graham

“Learn to take sin seriously—be on guard against it and resist its tug, fight its power. But most of all learn to take the Holy Spirit seriously, calling on Him to help you overcome sin’s power and live a holy and godly life.”

Billy Graham

“For His mercy endures forever. Let the redeemed of the LORD say so, Whom He has redeemed from the hand of the enemy. (Psalm 107:1–2)”

Billy Graham

“Worldliness is actually a spirit, an atmosphere, an influence permeating the whole of life and human society, and it needs to be guarded against constantly and strenuously.”

Billy Graham

“Much of the world in search of knowledge and fulfillment ignores God!”

Billy Graham

“The very practice of reading [the Bible] will have a purifying effect upon your mind and heart. Let nothing take the place of this daily exercise.”

Billy Graham

“Repent when you fail, and immediately seek God’s forgiveness and restoration. Sin breaks our fellowship with God.”

Billy Graham

“The effective Christians of history have been men and women of great personal discipline. The connection between the words disciple and discipline is obvious. To be a true, effective disciple of Christ we must seek to discipline our lives and endeavor to walk even as He walked. The thing that has hindered the progress of the church is not so much our talk and our creeds; but it has been our walk, our conduct, our daily living. We need a revival of Christian example, and that can only come when professed followers of Christ begin to practice Christian discipline.”

Billy Graham

“Hypochondriacs who have a fanciful anxiety about their health will never be well regardless of their physical condition.”

Billy Graham

“Worldliness doesn’t fall like an avalanche upon a person and sweep him or her away. It is the steady drip, drip, drip of the water that wears away the stone. The world is exerting a steady pressure on us every day. Most of us would go down under it, if it weren’t for the Holy Spirit who lives inside us, and holds us up, and keeps us.”

Billy Graham

“A life taught in the Scriptures, and tuned in to God in prayer, produces an outflowing of grace and power.”

Billy Graham

“I have found in my travels that those who keep heaven in view remain serene and cheerful in the darkest day. Forward-looking Christians remain optimistic and joyful, knowing that Christ someday will rule.”

Billy Graham

“I urge new converts to take plenty of time in Bible study and prayer before getting on a public platform to testify.”

Billy Graham

“It’s tough to be a Christian in our world. We need to be willing to take on Jesus’ unpopularity and the scorn that is often heaped on Him.”

Billy Graham

“Nothing can replace a daily time spent alone with God in prayer. We can also be in an attitude of prayer throughout the day—sitting in a car or at our desks, working in the kitchen, even talking with someone on the phone.”

Billy Graham


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