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What can I do to find relief from my worries?
Many of you are filled with a thousand anxieties. Bring them to Jesus Christ by faith ...
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How can I deal with the fear and anxiety that makes me want to stay home all the time?
A fear reaction to a specific situation can be identified as a phobia, and persons who suffer from phobias endeavor to avoid objects or situations which bring about fear reactions ...
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With so many terrible things happening these days, I'm afraid that the end of the world may be near. Can you help me?
Threatening world events should not be a source of anxiety to true believers who are trusting in Christ as their personal Savior.
Do you think there is any hope for the future?
Billy Graham writes, "Never forget that even when the future is unclear, God is with us and helps us when we know Christ." Read his answer now!
I have cancer. Please pray I'll get over my fears. What should I do?
Billy Graham writes, "Ask God to help you trust Him, because He loves you and He can be trusted, no matter what happens." Read his answer now!
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 does the Bible mean when it says that we shouldn't think about the future? (I seem to remember the phrase "Take no thought for tomorrow.")
Billy Graham writes, "The Bible urges us to be careful in planning our lives and to save for the future."
How concerned should we be about our health?
Billy Graham writes, "God wants us to take care of our bodies. He gave them to us, and we are to use them for His glory."
I worry about death a lot, but most of my friends don't seem to even think about it. Is something wrong with me?
Billy Graham writes, "It might not be 'cool' to think about death, but it is realistic. It's no accident that the world's greatest literature and philosophy deal with the fact that some day our lives will come to an end."
Is it true that that God won't forgive anyone who denies Him?
Billy Graham writes, "If you have truly repented of your sins and are trusting Christ as your Lord and Savior, then you can be confident that God has forgiven you—freely and fully."
Can God help me overcome my fears? I'm always worrying about what might happen to me or my children.
Billy Graham writes, "Yes, God wants to help you overcome these fears. He loves you, and He doesn't want you to be haunted by constant fear and anxiety."
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 some people have the ability to see into the future?
Billy Graham writes, "You could be opening yourself to spiritual forces and powers that do not come from God, but from Satan. This is why the Bible tells us to avoid occult practices of any type."
Will God continue to answer my prayers for my family, even after I die?
Billy Graham writes, "Yes, I firmly believe God continues to answer the prayers of His people even after He has taken them to heaven."
I graduated from high school a few weeks ago, and I still don't know what I want to do next.
Billy Graham writes, "Ask God to guide you as you plan your future. Pray about it, seek the advice of others who know you, investigate your options, evaluate your abilities and interests, and ask God to open the right doors."
I can't help worrying. The world is a pretty scary place, and a lot can happen. Am I wrong to be concerned?
Billy Graham writes, "The Bible tells us to trust God for the future. You see, when we allow worries to overwhelm us, we're actually saying to ourselves that God must not love us, and He must not be watching over us."
I'm in poor health (heart problems) and I'm very worried about dying. Is it wrong for me to feel this way?
Billy Graham writes, "God put within each one of us a desire to keep on living—and in itself that isn't wrong. God wants us to take care of ourselves, and He also understands your desire to be with your family as long as possible."
Now that fall is here, I'm already dreading Christmas, although it's still months away.
Billy Graham writes, "How can this Christmas be different for you? First, ask God to help you make Jesus Christ the center of your family's Christmas this year."
I have prayed for God to help us get out of debt. Why doesn't God do something? Is He punishing us?
Billy Graham writes, "No, God isn't necessarily punishing you for something you did wrong. We live in a fallen, sin-scarred world, and, because of this, life isn't always the way we wish it were."
Is it wrong to have questions about God? I am a Christian, but sometimes things happen to me that make me doubt my faith.
Billy Graham writes, "God wants us to trust Him completely and totally—and when we doubt, we aren't trusting Him as we should. At the same time, God understands our doubts, and the most important thing I can tell you is that He wants to take them away and increase our faith."