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LOOKING FOR ANSWER
I see no hope for the circumstances in our nation. How can I even begin to pray?
We often face problems so complex that there is no apparent solution. Billy Graham has said, "I find that the Lord never allows a problem for which He does not provide an answer."
Just look at all the wars in the world. They sure don't point to a loving God.
Billy Graham writes, "Do you want to know if God loves us and if He loves you? Look at Christ. He loves you so much that He was willing to give His life for your salvation."
My husband is in the military in Iraq, and all I can think about is what might happen to him.
Billy Graham writes, "I hope your letter will also remind people to pray for those serving in the military and their families, and for our leaders as well."
What good does it do to pray for vague things like world peace?
Billy Graham writes, "Have you ever asked yourself what the world might be like if people didn't pray?"
Do you think people will ever learn to get along with each other so that wars and conflicts will eventually cease?
Billy Graham writes, "The Bible does not promise that we will ever have complete peace on this earth—not until Christ comes again to establish His perfect kingdom of righteousness and justice."
I live in constant fear because my husband is in the military overseas and I'm afraid he'll never make it back.
Billy Graham writes, "I can't guarantee your husband will never experience harm—but when we know Christ, we are safe in His hands forever, no matter what happens."
Do you think the world's religions will ever get together and stop fighting each other?
Billy Graham writes, "I am not a pacifist, and I believe nations and peoples have a right to defend themselves from aggression. But God's work is advanced by the power of love, not the power of hate."
I think a lot of the world's problems would be solved if all the people who belong to the various religions would quit fighting.
Billy Graham writes, "Sadly, not everyone wants peace. Instead, some are driven only by power and greed, and they will hide behind anything (including religion) to deceive people and make themselves look righteous."
Don't you think the world would be better off if we learned to follow the teachings of Jesus? Do you think that could ever happen?
Billy Graham writes, "Yes, we certainly would be better off if we followed Jesus' teachings and learned to treat each other the way we should."
Recently, I read a book that said most of the world's problems have been caused by religion—problems like war, injustice, intolerance and so forth.
Billy Graham writes, "One answer would be to point out all the good that has been done in the world by people who took their faith in God seriously."
Do you think there's any hope for a better world? It seems like no matter what we do the world just gets worse and worse.
Billy Graham writes, "If our hearts weren't filled with greed and anger and lust and selfishness, our conflicts would vanish and our wars would cease."
I made a lot of promises to God if He got me out of Iraq alive. He did, but I haven't followed through. How can I do better?
Billy Graham writes, "One place to start would be to pause at the beginning of every day and thank God for watching over you during a very dangerous time in your life."
My husband is serving with the military overseas. I pray all the time, but it's still very hard. How can we get through this?
Billy Graham writes, "Your letter is a vivid reminder of the sacrifices that millions of men and women have made over the years to give us our freedom—not only those serving in the military, but their families, as well."
The Price of Peace in Sudan
Franklin Graham writes about hope in spite of persecution in Sudan.
By Sacrifice and by Example
Franklin Graham tells how prayer has been answered for a house of worship in Afghanistan.
Sacrifice and Victory
In troubled times like these, we gain a deeper understanding of the true meaning of sacrifice.
Military families look to God for strength.
Surviving in a World of Turmoil
Conflict in the Middle East, SARS, AIDS—how are we to face the problems of today?
Restoring Hope in Liberia
Samaritan's Purse is working with Christians in Liberia to meet physical and emotional needs