Anne Graham Lotz's Message for Women

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CWN - Billy Graham's daughter, Anne Graham Lotz, recently visited the Philippines to share the gospel.

In a display of compassion to the Filipinos, she said her main message was that God is all forgiving and loving.

"If you and I would come together, and repent of our sins and return to the cross and recommit to living our lives that's pleasing to God, it would make a dramatic difference," she said.

Lotz explained that the greatest temptation of women today is being overly consumed with work. No matter how busy they become, she said, Christians should find ways to spend time with God.

"To know Him, is to love Him. To love Him is to want to know Him more. That's something that should be growing," Lotz said.

Cancer victim Jenny Cuevas revealed that being a workaholic interfered with her communion with God.

"The Lord is telling me, not just to work, work, and work, but make Him first in my life," she said.

Women started to share and understand how to experience God. Men in the audience were also moved by the message.

Reynaldo Halili came to the conference with his wife not expecting that the conference would make an impact in his.

"Personally, I feel revived. If I am not a Christian, I would've accepted the Lord again," he professed.

With the many books Lotz has written, she continues to empower women all around the world.

Kelly Go, a youth in the audience, said she was even more excited to share the gospel to her friends.

"I have so many friends who've just lost sight of Jesus, and who actually have completely forgotten about Him," she said. "First of all, I want to know God more, so I could share to my friends. I know they're in need."

A highlight of the event was the waving of white handkerchiefs to signify surrender to God of all past hurts, struggles and bitterness, a message that Lotz said women all around the world need to hear.

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Jay Esteban

Jay Esteban

CBN Asia News Correspondent

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