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Prayer Quotes – Billy Graham

    Billy Graham Quotes

    1. Avail yourself of the greatest privilege this side of heaven. Jesus Christ died to make this communion and communication with the Father possible.
    2. Being judgmental and condemning is not one of the gifts of the Spirit.
    3. Believers, look up – take courage. The angels are nearer than you think.
    4. God does not discipline us to subdue us, but to condition us for a life of usefulness and blessedness.
    5. God Himself is the power that makes prayer work.
    6. God is more interested in your future and your relationships than you are.
    7. God judges. The Holy Spirit convicts. We are to love. Too many Christians try to do all three.
    8. God proved his love on the cross. When Christ hung, and bled, and died it was God saying to the world — I love you.
    9. Heaven is full of answers to prayers for which no one ever bothered to ask.
    10. If I had it to do over again, I’d spend more time in meditation and prayer and telling the Lord how much I love him and adore him and looking forward to the time we are going to spend together for eternity.
    11. It is not the body’s posture, but the heart’s attitude that counts when we pray.
    12. No matter how dark and hopeless a situation might seem, never stop praying.
    13. Nothing can bring a real sense of security into the home except true love.
    14. Pray because Christ died to give us access to the Father. Pray because God is worthy of our praise. Pray because we need His forgiveness, cleansing, guidance, and protection. Pray because others need our prayers.
    15. Pray frequently as you read [the Bible] and you will discover a fellowship with God.
    16. Prayer and Bible study are inseparably linked. Effective prayer is born out of the prompting of God’s Spirit as we read His Word.
    17. Prayer by itself is like a diet without protein! Prayer is important to our spiritual growth—but of even greater importance is God’s Word, the Bible.
    18. Prayer is crucial in evangelism: Only God can change the heart of someone who is in rebellion against Him. No matter how logical our arguments or how fervent our appeals, our words will accomplish nothing unless God’s Spirit prepares the way.
    19. Prayer is for every moment of our lives, not just for times of suffering or joy.
    20. Prayer is key to our effort to communicate the Gospel and win men and women to Christ.
    21. Prayer is more than a plea, it is a place where we must spend time if we are to learn its power.
    22. Prayer is more than a wish turned heavenward… It is the voice of faith directed Godward.
    23. Prayer is not an option but a necessity.
    24. Prayer is not just asking. It is listening for God’s orders. Nothing will drive us to our knees quicker than trouble.
    25. Prayer is not our using of God; it more often puts us in the position where God can use us.
    26. Prayer is our lifeline to God.
    27. Prayer is powerful, but if our prayers are aimless, meaningless, and mingled with doubt, they will be of little hope to us.
    28. Prayer is really a place, a place where you meet God in genuine conversation.
    29. Prayer is simply a two-way conversation between you and God.
    30. Prayer is speaking to God—but sometimes He uses our times of prayerful silence to speak to us in return.
    31. Prayer is the Christian’s greatest weapon.
    32. Prayer is the most powerful weapon we have in our spiritual arsenal to stand against the world’s greatest enemy, the one who presents himself as an angel of light [2 Corinthians 11:14].
    33. Prayer is the rope that pulls God and man together. But, it doesn’t pull God down to us: It pulls us up to Him.
    34. Prayer should not be merely an act, but an attitude of life.
    35. Prayer shouldn’t be casual or sporadic, dictated only by the needs of the moment. Prayer should be as much a part of our lives as breathing.
    36. Prayer shouldn’t be a burden but a privilege—God wants our fellowship.
    37. Prayer to God is like a child’s conversation with his father. It is natural for a child to ask his father for the things he needs.
    38. Prayer to God is like a child’s conversation with his father. It is natural for a child to ask his father for the things he needs.
    39. The Bible teaches that all sin begins with sinful thinking.
    40. The most eloquent prayer is the prayer through hands that heal and bless.
    41. The will of God will never take us where the grace of God cannot sustain us.
    42. The word of God hidden in the heart is a stubborn voice to suppress.
    43. To get nations back on their feet, we must first get down on our knees.
    44. When we come to the end of ourselves, we come to the beginning of God.
    45. Whenever I am conscious of Satan’s presence, I try to follow the formula once offered by a little girl: “When Satan knocks, I just send Christ to the door.”
    Billy Graham

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