Billy Graham

July 20, 2014 7:00 AM

Billy Graham: Ignoring shortcomings hurts you and others

DEAR BILLY GRAHAM: You preachers are always saying we need to change our behavior and become better people, but I don’t agree. I think we need to learn to accept ourselves just as we are and quit feeling guilty over our shortcomings. We’ll never be perfect anyway, so why worry about it? — L.S.

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