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How can I make myself love people who are very hard to love?
Billy Graham writes, "When Christ comes into our hearts, He begins to replace our selfishness with His love. We begin to see the person through God's eyes ..."
People say I'm a perfectionist, because I'll see their flaws and try to correct them. How can I learn to be more tolerant of people's flaws?
Billy Graham writes, "Has it ever occurred to you that your perfectionism—and especially your desire to correct the flaws in other people—might itself be a flaw (or even a sin) that needs correcting?"
I gave my life to Jesus and I'm a totally different person now, but how can I go back and make things right with the people I've hurt?
Billy Graham writes, "Yes, you should try, and I encourage you to do whatever you can to undo the hurts you have caused. You cannot change the past—but you also can't ignore it, nor will those you have hurt ignore it."
How do you know when you ought to help someone and when it would be better to make them stand on their own two feet?
Billy Graham writes, "As you've discovered, there often is a fine line between helping someone and actually harming them—and sometimes it's very difficult to know exactly where that line is."
A good friend of mine has never wanted anything to do with religion or Jesus, and every time we talk about it he throws up all sorts of questions I can't answer. Is it hopeless to try to witness to someone like this? I wish I knew how to get through to him.
No, it isn't hopeless to share your faith with anyone, even someone who asks questions you can't answer.
I wish someone had warned me about how dangerous our words can be. My mother and I had harsh words over something she did about six months ago, and we haven't spoken since. She's stubborn and I know she'll never apologize, but I still wish I'd just held my tongue.
The question you face is this: Will you let this situation go on indefinitely - or will you take steps to overcome it?
I'm in a relationship that I know isn't right, but I don't know how to get out of it. I've prayed it would solve itself by him just deciding to leave, but he hasn't, and I don't think he ever will. It's too easy for him to just keep living off of me, I guess. How do I get off this dead-end road?
The only way to get off of a dead-end road - is to get off of it!
God's Reconciling Work in Relationships
Through the letter to Philemon the Apostle Paul shows how to apply Christ's teaching to complex life situations.
How Do We Help the Hurting?
We are called to comfort the hurting, even if we lack special training.
A Conversation With Max Lucado
Do you know how much God loves you?
The Great 9 to 5 Opportunity
Mark Greene, director of the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity, recently spoke at the Billy Graham Training Center conference "His Presence in the Workplace," from which this article was adapted.
A Life That Honors God
Rebecca St. James encourages teens to live a life that is above reproach.
Six Steps to Deeper Commitment
Drawing on her own experience, a Christian ministry leader challenges Christian singles to be devoted to Christ and His Kingdom.
When we do good things for people, we need to remember Who we're really doing them for.
Mending a Broken Home
Do you wish for a happy and united home? There is hope.