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I am going through a difficult time with no relief in sight. How can I find peace and contentment?
To know that God offers more than mere endurance is a powerful truth, one we too often overlook. We encourage you to continue to seek His comfort and strength ...
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How can I find freedom from addiction?
Addiction, in any form, can cause inner tensions and frustration which you may feel powerless to overcome. God longs to set you free through Jesus Christ ...
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I have AIDS. Can God help me?
If you have AIDS, we want to assure you of the great love of God for you. God understands your needs whether you are young or old, or your problems are large or small.
Our niece is very thin, but thinks she is too fat. How can someone deceive herself so much?
Billy Graham writes, "Her failure to eat properly is really a symptom of a much deeper emotional problem—and she'll probably need help to deal with it."
My life has been disastrous the last few years. Is God trying to get my attention?
Billy Graham writes, "God is always trying to get our attention—but sometimes we won't listen until we have to pass through times of hardship or pain." Read his answer now!
I moved six months ago to escape from my problems, but it didn't work.
Billy Graham writes, "It wasn't necessarily wrong for you to move—but it was wrong (or at least unwise) for you to think that moving would solve all your problems."
I'm the only one left in my family. Sometimes I feel so lonely I even think about taking my own life.
Billy Graham writes, "No matter how hard life has gotten, I know that with God there is hope."
My husband has been almost like a different person in recent months, with wide swings in mood. What can I do?
Billy Graham writes, "I am not a psychologist, of course—but your husband is clearly showing signs of a serious emotional or mental illness that needs treatment."
My husband has Alzheimer's disease, and my family is saying I need to put him in a nursing home. How can I know what to do?
Billy Graham writes, "The time will probably come when you will no longer be able to give your husband the care he needs. Ask God to help you to know when that time arrives."
My wife has moved out. I've been a lousy husband, but do you think God would bring her back if I prayed hard enough?
Billy Graham writes, "Your first prayer should be for yourself—a prayer that God will forgive your sins (including your failures as a husband), and that Christ will come to live within you."
I've been in and out of jail more times than I can remember (drugs, alcohol, things like that). Am I hopeless?
Billy Graham writes, "God loves you no matter what your past has been. He loves you so much that He sent His only Son into the world to die on the cross for you."
I thought moving to a big city would solve my problems, but I haven't made even one good friend. Have I made a mistake?
Billy Graham writes, "You are discovering what generations before you have learned: We seldom solve problems by running away from them."
I've been unemployed for over a year, and I've given up even looking for a job. How can I get out of this pit?
Billy Graham writes, "Unemployment often not only affects people economically, but also emotionally and spiritually. ... The most important thing I can tell you is that God knows your situation and He cares for you and has a plan for your future."
I think anyone in prison who claims they've gotten religion is faking it. They're just trying to impress the parole board.
Billy Graham writes, "Yes, perhaps some are faking their commitment to Christ; even one of Jesus' closest disciples (Judas) turned out to be a fake. ... But does that mean no one has ever believed in Jesus and had their life turned around?"
I wish I could live my life over again. I've lost everything I ever had because of drugs—not just my money, but my family, friends, health and self-respect.
Billy Graham writes, "Tragically, many young people react just as you once did. Whether they are aware of it or not, they are listening to the devil's promises, little realizing that his promises are always lies."
When we were dating, my husband said he'd stop drinking if I married him, and he did for a while. But now he's drinking more than ever.
Billy Graham writes, "Let me first tell you what you should not do: Don't simply ignore your husband's problem or assume that it will somehow get better or go away by itself."
My brother never believed in Christ. Now he's dying of cancer and says maybe he was wrong. How do I know if he's sincere?
Billy Graham writes, "God never gives up loving us, and He always stands ready to forgive us—even at the last moments of life."
How can I help my friend who's gotten involved in some very destructive habits?
Billy Graham writes, "Pray for your friend, and ask God not only to help him realize he is on the wrong road in life, but to open his eyes to his need of Christ."
My husband and I ar so far in debt from credit cards that I don't see how we'll ever get out.
Billy Graham writes, "How we use (or misuse) our money actually is a spiritual issue, and the Bible has a great deal to say about money and how we should handle it."
I'm in jail for stealing money, and my wife is filing for divorce. Is there anything I can do?
Billy Graham writes, "I wish I could promise that your wife's attitude will change—but I can't. What I can do is urge you to do everything possible to save your marriage—and the first step is to commit your life and your future to God."