“If people paid more attention to death, eternity, and judgment, there would be more holy living on earth.”

Billy Graham

“Guilt is not all bad. Without it there is nothing to drive a person toward self-examination and toward God for forgiveness.”

Billy Graham

“Those who have actually experienced daily fellowship with Christ know that it surpasses all worldly activities.”

Billy Graham

“Prayer is more than a wish; it is the voice of faith directed to God.”

Billy Graham

“True greatness is not measured by the headlines a person commands or the wealth he or she accumulates. The inner character of a person—the undergirding moral and spiritual values and commitments—is the true measure of lasting greatness.”

Billy Graham

“Self-centered indulgence, pride and a lack of shame over sin are now emblems of the American lifestyle.”

Billy Graham

“Pride is associated with failure, not success. We hear a great deal about the inferiority complex, but the superiority complex of pride is seldom spoken of . . .The greatest act of humility . . .was when Jesus Christ stooped to die on the cross of Calvary.”

Billy Graham

“This should be the motto of every follower of Jesus Christ. Never stop praying no matter now dark and hopeless it may seem.”

Billy Graham

“Just because a person claims to be a Christian does not necessarily mean that he is one.”

Billy Graham

“Among young people . . . drinking is for getting drunk. And many go on to become alcoholics.”

Billy Graham

“Prayer is the rope that pulls God and man together. But, it doesn’t pull God down to us: It pulls us up to Him.

Billy Graham

“God is concerned with our imaginations, for they in a large measure determine what kind of persons we are to be.”

Billy Graham

“[Christians] are commanded to warn the nations of the world that they must repent and turn to God while there is yet time.”

Billy Graham

“Grief turns us inward, but compassion turns us outward, and that’s what we need when grief threatens to crush us. The Bible says, “Carry each other’s burdens” [Galatians 6:2 NIV].”

Billy Graham

“Some teach “universalism”—that eventually everybody will be saved and the God of love will never send anyone to hell. They believe the words “eternal” or “everlasting” do not actually mean forever. However, the same word which speaks of eternal banishment from God is also used for the eternity of heaven.”

Billy Graham


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