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What can I do to be sure my loved ones will be saved?
We are glad to know that you have a real burden and concern for your loved ones. ... The best thing you can do for your loved ones is to pray earnestly.
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How can I witness for Christ?
Witnessing is a vital part of the Christian life; the Bible teaches that the true believer will desire to share with others what God has done for him ...
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How do I prepare to enter the ministry and preach the Gospel?
Anyone who senses the leading of the Lord to enter the Christian ministry or any field of Christian service should seek confirmation of that guidance through meditation upon God's Word and prayer.
I've prayed for over 30 years that my brother will come to Christ. Is he hopeless?
Billy Graham writes, "When we pray, we need to remember that God's ways and timing aren't always the same as ours. Don't stop praying for your brother."
My cousin says he's an atheist and that only a fool would believe in God. What can I say to him to convince him that he's wrong?
Billy Graham writes, "The evidence is so overwhelming that anyone who honestly looks at it with an open mind will conclude that God must exist."
Are you still involved in preaching? I hope you are. I went to one of your crusades many years ago, and it really changed my life.
Billy Graham writes, "I'm thankful your life was touched through one of our meetings—but Christ alone deserves the glory for that, not us."
My friend won't listen to me when I tell him Jesus could change his life. How can I get through to him?
Billy Graham writes, "Ask God to help you be a witness to him—not just by your words, but by your life. Does he see Christ living through you?"
How many people have you saved over the many years of your ministry?
Billy Graham writes, "The truth is, neither I nor my associates have ever saved even one person during our evangelistic ministry."
I have a friend who believes that when you die that's the end. How can I convince him he's wrong?
Billy Graham writes, "Pray that God will help you be a true friend to him, and that your life will be a living witness to Christ's love."
I'm a Christian in a nursing home. Is there any way I can help people here?
Billy Graham writes, "First, pray for those around you. God is able to do what we cannot do, and He is able to speak even to someone who has no interest in Christ or can't understand."
I have a hard time understanding why we still need missionaries (especially when it's so dangerous in some parts of the world).
Billy Graham writes, "If you discovered a cure for cancer, what would you do with it? You'd do all you could to get the word out about it."
Have you ever thought about using the Internet to spread your message?
Billy Graham writes, "Yes, the Internet is a certainly a remarkable innovation (a revolution, in fact). Our organization has been using the Internet for some years to proclaim the Gospel, and also to inform people about our work."
A friend of mine became a Christian a few months ago, and he's about to drive me crazy because he's always trying to convince me he's right.
Billy Graham writes, "Perhaps your friend isn't as sensitive as he should be—but have you ever asked yourself why he is acting this way? Is it simply because he wants to convince you he is right and you are wrong—or is it something deeper?"
Do you think the time will ever come when everyone on earth will believe in Jesus?
Billy Graham writes, "God never promised that everyone on earth will come to believe in Jesus. After all, even in societies where the Christian faith has been widely preached (such as our own), many still chose to reject it."
Do you think someday we won't need missionaries or evangelists, because their work will be done by things like television and the Internet?
Billy Graham writes, "Technology can never take the place of a committed person who prays for others, and who seeks to share the Gospel with them. Technology is only a tool."
I'm 16 years old and I'd like to know how you decided to be a preacher. I want to help people who don't know Jesus.
Billy Graham writes, "I made my decision to become a preacher only after much turmoil and struggle—and the reason was because I didn't want to be a preacher!"
I don't see what right we have to impose our religion on others. After all, they have their own religions, don't they?
Billy Graham writes, "If you could talk with the missionaries your church supports, I suspect you'd come away with a different view."
Our son's youth group is going on a summer mission trip to help build houses in a fairly primitive country. He really wants to go, but we're very nervous about it. Should we let him go?
Billy Graham writes, "I suspect most parents reading this will understand your nervousness—and, of course, you'll want to find out as much as you can about the trip and how it will be organized."
Why are missionaries still needed? Can't we complete the task of spreading the Gospel to the whole world by using radio and television and the Internet?
Billy Graham writes, "Missionaries and evangelists are needed today more than ever before."
Why are some people interested in God and other people aren't? I've been trying to talk to a friend about Jesus, but he's made it clear he isn't interested.
Only God can change our hearts, and only God can give us a desire to know Him.