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I'd like to be optimistic about the future, but sometimes I wonder what it holds for my grandchildren.
Billy Graham writes, "The Bible says that lasting peace will only come when Christ returns to set up His Kingdom. Only then will all evil be banished and the world will know perfect peace."
I'm a single mother living in a pretty rough part of our city, and I worry about my two boys. Am I just a worrywart?
Billy Graham writes, "No, you aren't being a worrywart; young people today are under enormous pressures, and they need guidance and wisdom from those who understand the dangers they face."
I've given up on God because He doesn't seem to care about me. I know you say God cares about us but I haven't seen any evidence of it in my life.
Billy Graham writes, "Have you ever stopped to list the good things in your life? Sometimes we get so caught up with the bad things that are happening to us that we fail to see the other side."
How should a Christian deal with embarrassment?
Billy Graham writes, "You should deal with this the way you should deal with any other situation in life: openly and honestly."
Our daughter has just one semester left in college, and she doesn't have any idea what she's going to do after graduation. How can I help her?
Billy Graham writes, "The most important thing you can do is urge her to seek God's will for her future. God has a perfect plan for each of us, and life's greatest joy comes from knowing Christ and following His purpose for our lives."
If I die with just one sin in my heart that I haven't confessed, will God refuse to let me into heaven?
Billy Graham writes, "God doesn't want you to live in fear the rest of your life, wondering whether or not He is going to let you into heaven!"
I know Jesus told us not to worry about the future, but our company is laying off people right and left and I can't help but worry. Any advice?
Billy Graham writes, "Jesus points us to a different way to deal with worry—and that is to learn to commit our problems to God and trust Him for all our needs."
I'm still not sure I believe in God, but why do I feel a vague sense of guilt?
Billy Graham writes, "One reason you have these guilty feelings is because God has planted within each one of us a conscience—a sense of right and wrong—that is impossible to erase."
My sister-in-law constantly worries that she'll displease God. I don't think God wants us to feel that way, but am I wrong?
Billy Graham writes, "I'm sure your sister-in-law is sincere, and I hope you will respect her for her desire to please God. ... From what you say, however, she has lost sight of two very important truths."
A friend of mine tells me that Christians shouldn't worry, but I just can't help it. Is it a sin for me to worry so much?
Billy Graham writes, "It's not necessarily wrong to think about the future and make plans to avoid its pitfalls. ... But when worries and anxieties about the future consume us, then it is wrong."
Ever Feel Like Running Away?
God promises good to those who wait on Him.
After years of praying for her husband, Brent, Janet B. Smith had the joy of seeing him become a faithful servant of Christ.
The Cure for Anxiety
We live in an age of anxiety, but there is a way to find peace for our troubled hearts.
A Lasting Vacation
Do you need a vacation that is more than just a one-week break from day-to-day pressure?