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Sometimes I curse God. Have I committed the unpardonable sin?
Billy Graham writes, "You may be angry at Him for some reason—but God loves you."
Does God forgive the sins we will commit in the future, or just those from our past?
Billy Graham writes, "One of the Bible's greatest truths is that Christ died to take away all our sins—past, present, and future."
I've prayed and prayed for forgiveness, but nothing changes.
Billy Graham writes, "When we do something we know is wrong, we feel guilty—and no matter how hard we try to bury it or deny it, that guilt never goes completely away."
Can you give me even one reason to give my life to Jesus?
Billy Graham writes, "The best reason for you to give your life to Jesus Christ is because you need Him. You need Him for this life, and you need Him for the life to come."
I know I need God, but He must be mad at me for the way I've treated Him.
Billy Graham writes, "One of the devil's oldest tricks is to tell us God is so angry at us that He'll never forgive us. But this is not what the Bible says."
How do I know God has really forgiven me?
Billy Graham writes, "If you have sincerely given your life to Jesus and are trusting Him alone for your salvation, then God has promised to forgive you—and He cannot lie."
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Will God forgive me for being sexually active? Maybe even pregnant?
It is understandable that you are concerned about your relationship with your boyfriend. As you may know, the Bible does not make any allowances for sexual relations outside of marriage ...
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I have had an abortion and feel so guilty. Can God forgive me?
God wants to bring peace, forgiveness, and joy to your life—and He will if you will allow Him.
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I have wandered away from the Lord. Is there a way back?
It is good that you realize you have drifted away from the Lord; with such knowledge you can seek a restored relationship. We have the assurance of His Word ...
I've asked God to forgive me, but how do I know He's actually done it?
Billy Graham writes, "By a simple prayer of faith ask Christ to take away your burden of sin—and He will."
I've made such a mess of my life and I know God doesn't want anything to do with me.
Billy Graham writes, "God loves you and yearns for you to come back to Him so He can forgive you and welcome you home."
If God will forgive us for anything we do (no matter how bad it is), then why should we try to be good?
Billy Graham writes, "One reason we should avoid sin is because God wants us to love Him—and we cannot love God and at the same time love sin."
I grew up in a fine Christian home with loving parents, but I threw it all overboard. Is God too fed up with me to forgive me?
Billy Graham writes, "God loves you; He loves you so much that Jesus Christ was willing to die on the cross for you."
Where in the Bible is the verse that says it is human to make mistakes but it's divine to forgive them? What does it mean?
Billy Graham writes, "It means simply that when we make mistakes or do wrong we are acting like human beings—but when we forgive others, then we are acting like God, who is always willing to forgive us."
My husband and I broke up our first marriages in order to get married, and although that was years ago I still feel guilty.
Billy Graham writes, "Every decision we make has consequences, and if we do something wrong, we have to live with the results. But God still loves you."
If I commit a sin just before I die, and I don't have time to confess it to God or get His forgiveness, does that mean I won't go to heaven?
Billy Graham writes, "If you have truly given your life to Jesus Christ and are trusting Him alone for your salvation, then He has cleansed you of all your sins—past, present and future."
I'd give anything to know that God has really forgiven me for all the wrong things I've done. I've prayed and prayed for Him to forgive me, but how do I know if He has?
Billy Graham writes, "The most important thing I can tell you is that God loves you, and He doesn't want you to carry this burden of guilt any longer."
I've tried to confess all my sins to God so He will forgive them, but what about the ones I can't remember?
Billy Graham writes, "God knows them all—and He has promised to forgive them if we are truly trusting Christ."
I'd like to start my life all over again. What do you think I ought to include on my list of New Year's resolutions?
Billy Graham writes, "Don't make the mistake of thinking you can change your life by yourself. You need Christ—and He wants to help you, because He loves you."
I've heard some people say that it's never too late to turn to God, but I've heard others say that this isn't true. Who is right?
Billy Graham writes, "Although it may seem like a contradiction, the Bible tells us that both are actually true if we understand them properly."