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MORE OF BILLY GRAHAM,,COMMON MAN PREACHER

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Why don’t Christians believe in reincarnation?
Billy Graham writes, “No matter how long we lived—or how many lives we had—we could never erase the stain of sin that keeps us from God.”

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Which is more important in religion, learning how to live in this life or preparing for the next life?
Billy Graham writes, “Christ. God is concerned about both this life and the life to come—and both are equally important in His eyes.”

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I enjoy traveling and doing new things, and heaven doesn’t sound very exciting compared with this life. Am I wrong?
Billy Graham writes, “Yes, you are wrong—although I suspect many people have the same idea about heaven that you do.”

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I’ve heard preachers say that Jesus is going to come again, but to be honest, I wish He wouldn’t come while I’m still alive.
Billy Graham writes, “If you could glimpse heaven for just one minute—or even one second—you would never say again that this life is better.”

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How can I know if I’ve been good enough to go to heaven until after I die and face God?
Billy Graham writes, “God’s standard is nothing less than perfection—and you and I will never be perfect.”

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Do you believe dying people sometimes have a glimpse of heaven?
Billy Graham writes, “Yes, I believe God occasionally does grant a glimpse of heaven’s glory to some before they die.”

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When we die, do we go to heaven or to some other place for a time so our sins can be punished?
Billy Graham writes, “The Bible doesn’t answer all our questions about life after death—but it does tell us very clearly that that when we die we go immediately into the presence of the Lord if we know Christ.”

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What right does anyone have to say that they are going to heaven, but that someone else isn’t?
Billy Graham writes, “Only God knows our hearts, and only He has the right to judge who will be saved and who will be lost.”

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I have a friend who believes that when you die that’s the end. How can I convince him he’s wrong?
Billy Graham writes, “Pray that God will help you be a true friend to him, and that your life will be a living witness to Christ’s love.”

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Why do you believe in heaven?
Billy Graham writes, “This life is incomplete and imperfect, and we yearn for another life that won’t be this way. This yearning isn’t just wishful thinking; it’s a deep-seated conviction God put within us.”

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My husband died two years ago, and I am comforted that his traits are in our children. Is this what your religion means by life after death?
Billy Graham writes, “For the Christian, death is like a doorway leading from one room to another. The difference is that the second ‘room’ is far more glorious than the first!”

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I don’t want to be left out of heaven. How can I know if I’ve been good enough?
Billy Graham writes, “My answer may shock you—but the Bible tells us that you and I can never be good enough to go to heaven.”

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I always thought that when we died our souls kept on living, while our bodies just disintegrated and came to an end.
Billy Graham writes, “The Bible tells us a glorious truth: Not only will our souls live forever, but if we know Christ, one day God will give us new bodies—bodies that will never perish, or ever experience sickness or pain again.”

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What did Jesus mean when He said the last would become first?
Billy Graham writes, “Jesus’ words are a solemn warning to us that earthly success will not get us into heaven. In fact, it can get in the way by blinding us to our own sin.”

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Do you think people who’ve died and gone to heaven can look down and see what’s going on in our lives?
Billy Graham writes, “The Bible doesn’t answer all our questions about heaven—although some Bible students believe that those who’ve already entered heaven can see what happens on earth.”

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Someone told me that I won’t see my late husband again in heaven. Is this true?
Billy Graham writes, “Nowhere does the Bible say we won’t be reunited with our loved ones in heaven, and in fact it teaches the opposite.”

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I’m 93, and if I haven’t already been good enough to go to heaven, I guess it’s too late for me.
Billy Graham writes, “God is perfect, and even one sin makes you guilty in His eyes. Does this mean we have no hope? No, and the reason is because of what Christ has already done for us.”

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Are the streets in heaven really paved with gold? I’ve heard that all my life but I’m not sure if it’s found in the Bible.
Billy Graham writes, “Almost the last chapter in the Bible describes what heaven will be like, and one of the things it tells us is that ‘the great street of the city was of pure gold, like transparent glass’ (Revelation 21:21).”

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If someone is very old and frail when they die, are they going to look like that in heaven?
Billy Graham writes, “God will give us new bodies in heaven—bodies that will be similar to Christ’s body after His resurrection.”

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I hope you won’t think I’m a heretic or something, but I honestly don’t have any desire to go to heaven.
Billy Graham writes, “How will you feel when sickness or old age overtakes you, or something else happens that makes your life more difficult

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