50 Answers from Billy Graham on Love, Intimacy & Relationships

By   •   February 13, 2018   •   Topics: , ,

Movies, TV shows and social media can send mixed messages about what love is and what it should look like. Here are 50 answers from Billy Graham on love, sex, marriage, relationships and God’s love.

10 Answers on Love

Q: What’s the difference between love and lust?
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Q: I always seem to fall for the wrong men. Why can’t I get it right?
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Q: What do you think about falling in love over the internet?
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Q: I took up the first man who said he cared about me. Now I’m pregnant and he’s gone. What can I do?
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Q: How can we love people who aren’t very likable?
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Q: How can you love someone who has really hurt you?
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Q: I think we need more love in the world. Don’t you?
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Q: Some of my relatives are just plain obnoxious. How can I be expected to love them?
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Q: My boyfriend says if we truly love each other, it’s not wrong for us to have sex. Is it?
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Q: Most people find happiness in life, but why can’t I?
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10 Answers on Marriage

Q: My son’s girlfriend moved in with him and we don’t approve. How should I defend Biblical marriage?
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Q: My parents got divorced and now I’m afraid to get married. How can I get past that fear?
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Q: What does it take to make a marriage last?
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Q: After almost 30 years of marriage, we’re bored with each other. Why should we stay together?
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Q: My spouse admitted to an affair and it’s really crushed me. How could I possibly forgive?
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Q: A friend at work says her marriage has ended and she’s having a hard time. How can I cheer her up?
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Q: People can’t seem to imagine being married to the same person for so long. Is marriage on the way out?
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Q: My husband says he loves me, but all he’s really interested in is his job. Is it time for me to move on?
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Q: I thought I’d be happy if I got married, but all we do is fight. Can you suggest something to help?
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Q: I’m starting to daydream about having an affair. Is God leading me to start over again?
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10 Answers on Sex

Q: Why does religion always seem to oppose things like sexual freedom?
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Q: Why is pornography wrong?
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Q: My friends are sexually active and having a good time. Why shouldn’t I?
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Q: How do I talk to my son about sex without sounding old-fashioned or preachy?
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Q: I have a secret addiction to porn. Will God help me, or does He expect me to solve this on my own?
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Q: My unmarried friend is having a baby. How should I react?
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Q: I’m single and pregnant. I’ll probably get an abortion, although I don’t want to. What’s the right thing to do?
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Q: My boyfriend admitted to visiting hardcore porn sites, but says it shouldn’t hurt our relationship. Is he right?
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Q: I’ve gone through three marriages and I’m done with it. Does this mean I need to refrain from sex forever?
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Q: My friends can’t believe I’m still a virgin. How can I explain to them I’m saving myself for marriage?
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10 Answers on Relationships

Q: As far as my girlfriend and I are concerned, marriage is just a piece of paper. We don’t need to prove our love. What would you say to us?
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Q: My boyfriend and I just broke up, and I’m crushed. I thought God brought us together. What went wrong?
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Q: I’m 19 and dating a man who’s much older than me. We’ve talked about marriage. Does the Bible say anything about this?
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Q: My boyfriend and I have been living together for three years, but he still refuses to get married. What’s his problem?
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Q: I’ve fallen in love with a man I met online, and he’s asked me to marry him. My parents are against it, but what difference does the age gap make?
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Q: My boyfriend and I are thinking about getting married, but he doesn’t believe in God. Should I worry about that?
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Q: Why should I go to my girlfriend’s church? People find comfort in religion, but I don’t need that kind of emotional support.
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Q: I’ve decided to move in with my boyfriend. How can I know if it’s going to work unless we live together?
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Q: I know I’ve messed up my life, but why can’t people be more forgiving?
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Q: Some of my relatives can be difficult. How can I make myself love people who are hard to love?
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10 Answers on God’s Love

Q: I never had a loving father, so how can I believe God loves me?
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Q: Why would God love such an unlovable human race?
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Q: Is God basically kind and loving, or is He strict and judgmental?
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Q: I’ve never felt worthy of God’s love. How do I really know He loves me?
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Q: If God loves me, why is my life such a mess?
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Q: Why does God offer to forgive us, no matter how bad we’ve been?
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Q: I keep getting sucked into doing something wrong. I’m about to give up on myself. Will God?
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Q: I hope I’ve been good enough to make it to heaven. How do I know if I’ve earned God’s love?
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Q: Does God ever get so tired of us that He just decides to leave us alone?
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Q: If God is a God of love, then how could He send people to hell?
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7 Comments

  1. John Worley says:

    And young people that are not married yet. You need to first search the kingdom of God and make sure your soon to be spouse is a born Again Christian! If he or she is not then Do not get married to them! First both need Jesus then get married.

  2. John Worley says:

    The closer you walk with Jesus the closer your marriage will be. Women have a role in the bible so women do not argue about your role live it. It pleases God! And men you have a role in the bible, and men don’t whine about it! You need to live it ! It pleases God! Once you are born again you will accept the whole bible. I use the KJV, because I can use perfect grammar and reference it back to the Greek and Hebrew.

  3. Sandy sanders says:

    I need marriage advice. I have been married over 35 years

  4. Lamthaka meshil Charanga says:

    Sir ur ministry is good n inspiring many people. Moreover m so glad that u give answers to the questions of the young people like me. It wil more good if ur ministry give us the opportunity to find a life partner where young people can find partner through prayer n go for ministry

  5. Dara Robinson says:

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