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Billy Graham in Quotes

Posted on Saturday, February 18, 2012 in Uncategorized

We crave for meaning and purpose, security and significance, love and hope.

Billy Graham has offered wise quote-worthy advise on these and many subjects for generations.

This book — Billy Graham in Quotes – provides sound bites with wisdom for the ages. Franklin Graham, Billy’s son, and Donna Lee Toney have collected thousands of quotes gathered into 107 categories (listed below) that will delight, motivate and enrich readers.

Here are ten quotes that I valued. You may value others. I loved this collection of wise words and sage suggestions, and I think that you will too.


“Though we have less to worry about than previous generations, we have more worry. Though we have it easier than our forefathers, we have more uneasiness. Though we have less real cause for anxiety than our predecessors, we are inwardly more anxious.”


“Jesus didn’t use subtlety or gimmicks to gain followers. Rather, He honestly laid before them the tough demands of discipleship—total commitment and total involvement.”

“Commitment means burning all bridges behind you.”


“Faith points us beyond our problems to the hope we have in Christ.”

“Our world today desperately hungers for hope, and yet uncounted people have almost given up. There is despair and hopelessness on every hand. Let us be faithful in proclaiming the hope that is in Jesus!”


“When Christ’s love fills our hearts, it puts selfishness on the run.”

“God is sending forth His message of love, but you must tune in. You must be willing to listen and to receive His message and then to obey it.”

“God’s love is unchangeable; He knows exactly what we are and loves us anyway.”


“Nothing brings more joy than a good marriage, and nothing brings more misery than a bad marriage.”

“Gardens don’t grow by themselves; they need to be tended and cultivated and weeded. The same is true of a marriage.”

107 categories

Abortion, Addiction, Age, America, Angels, Anger, Anxiety, the Bible, the Blood, Character, Children, Choice, Christianity, Church, Comfort, Commitment, Compromise, Conforming, Conscience, Conversion, Convictions, Creation, the Cross, Death, Deception, Decision, the Devil/Satan, Disappointment, Discipleship and Discipline, Encouragement, End Times, Eternity, Evangelism, Evil Faith, Family, Followers, Forgiveness, Glorifying God, God, God’s Will, the Gospel, Grace, Greed, Grief, Happiness, the Heart, Heaven, Hell, Holiness, the Holy Spirit, Home, Hope, Human Nature, Imagination, Entertainment, and Fun, Influence, Integrity, Jesus, Joy, Judgment, Knowledge, Life, Living the Christian Life, Loneliness, Love, Lust, Marriage, Money, Morals, Parents, Patience, Peace, People, Persecution, Pleasure, Prayer, Preaching, Pride, Race, Religion, Repentance, the Resurrection, Right and Wrong, Salvation, Service, Sin, Society, the Soul, Speech, Strength, Success, Suffering, Surrender, Temptation, Testimony, Thankfulness, Time, Truth, War, Witnessing, the Word of God, Work, the World, World Evangelism, Worry, Worship, Young People

Disclosure: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneeze®.com book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 […] “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

Bring on the comments

  1. You posted on a Saturday!!!! I missed this one. I am a fan of Billy!

  2. Yup!
    Book Reports are on weekends!
    There are a few of them.
    Thanks for noticing!
    I am a grateful fan of Billy for many reasons; mostly because he led my father-in-law Ron Fayas to Jesus through a TV broadcast!

  3. I googled your name because I recall meeting someone by your name at the US Center for World missions in Pasadena in the mid 1980’s.

    You made a very powerful impression on me due to your vital relationship with the Lord.

    I so appreciate finding your website. I really like the Billy Graham quotes; such a great idea. I am an associate founder of a charity-funding organization and do some writing. Thanks for keeping on keeping on…

    In His Grace
    Terri Rae Matthews

  4. Terri,
    Thank you, I’m honored that you took the time to find me.
    Thank you for reading and commenting.
    One of the great privileges in my life is when I met Billy Graham he stood to greet me.
    Some day I might find the funding to publish books.
    Some day I might finish a PhD.
    Some day I might become a wise old man.
    I hope I will always remember to greet people graciously who want to talk to me.

  5. Terri Rae Matthews! I remember meeting you in Downieville in 1983 and we lost touch in 1985. Last I heard from you, you were at The First Presbytarian Church of Hollywood and and were also involved with the Ramabai Mukti Mission..
    I would greatly love to reconnect. My email is and I am now in Southern CA, a mother of 3 wonderful little women.

  6. […] points us beyond our problems to the hope we have in Christ,” explained Billy Graham. “Our world today desperately hungers for hope, and yet uncounted people have almost given up. […]

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