Read thoughtful responses to a wide assortment of questions from Billy Graham's My Answer and other resources.

My Answer
  • Turn Toward Christ and Away from Temptation

    Resist temptation because sin will always hurt you—always. It may not be evident at first—but sin destroys us, and eventually that will happen to you.

  • Avoid Psychics, Seek God’s Guidance

    The Bible is clear: We are to avoid anyone "who practices divination or sorcery, interprets omens ... or who is a medium or spiritist" (Deuteronomy 18:10-11).

  • How Should We Pray?

    The Bible doesn't command us to take any one position when we pray. The important thing in prayer isn't our physical position, but the attitude of our hearts.

  • How Do We Know Jesus Even Existed?

    The evidence for Jesus' existence is so overwhelming that even scholars who totally reject the Christian faith still acknowledge that He lived and taught some two thousand years ago.

  • The Only Way to Heaven

    God doesn't want us to be separated from Him through all eternity. This is why He has provided another way for us to be saved—not by our good works, but by Jesus Christ and what He has done for us.

  • There Is No Substitute for Christ

    Can we be healed of our sins? We can't heal ourselves, no matter how hard we try or how sincere we are.

  • How Can I Know if God Has Forgiven Me?

    He was without sin—but when He died on the cross, all our sins were transferred to Him, and He became the final and complete sacrifice for our sins.

  • Christ Brings the Ultimate Freedom

    Turn to Jesus Christ and submit your life to Him. Then you'll discover the truth of Jesus' promise: "If the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed" (John 8:36).

  • What Do Angels Look Like?

    God created the angels for one purpose: to serve Him. As such they work in hidden ways to carry out God's will and protect God's people. Even when we are unaware of them, they are still part of our lives.

  • Hard Time Choosing a Church?

    God knows your needs, and He wants to lead you to the right church for you and your family. Be open to His guidance; He may even lead you to an entirely different church.

  • What’s the Center of Your Life?

    Make Christ the center and the foundation of your life—not just once a year, but every day. Why not invite Him to come into your life today?

  • Learn from the Mistakes of Biblical Heroes

    Why does the Bible tell us about the sins of men and women who were supposed to be following God—but failed?

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