Skip to comments.Billy Graham's 99th Birthday - Notable Reflections
Posted on 11/08/2017 10:05:30 AM PST by randita
Billy Graham turned 99 on Nov. 7, 2017which means he's entering in his 100th year. Watch and share these notable reflections.
Billy Graham's 99th Birthday - Notable Reflections
My father played a round of golf in Scotland with him in 1959.
Most notable reflection is apparently no one in Virginia
has been listening to him.
There’s a certain person in the Vatican who could learn a thing or two from this great man of God.
Happy Birthday Reverend Graham. You have been a blessing to millions.
From the “Billy Graham Classics” series...
George Beverly Shea - How Great Thou Art (1969)
We all seek the intercession of God.
It is time for all to pray for it.
There will never be another who preached the gospels like him. EVER.
The man lives in a simple log house, what do the infamous tele preachers live in? Like Copeland? Can go on but...
There is only one Billy Graham. When he passes on, what is left of America will follow.
God bless Billy!
I took my parents to see Franklin Graham a couple of years ago.
My dad was very disappointed in the music. Loud rock and hip-hop tunes with Christian lyrics. Trying to draw in young people apparently.
I think he was honestly expecting George Beverly Shea with How Great Thou Art.
Here is some sweet old country gospel that I’m sure you, your dad, and most here will really appreciate...
Here’s Beverly Shea who I linked to earlier performing How Great Thou Art with the Gaither Homecoming crew...
Really beautiful, especially when the large Gaither chorus comes in.
Make that George Beverly Shea!
In his honor, Sirius XM has dedicated channel 145 for a week to re-broadcast his sermons.
How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of him that brings good tidings, that publishes peace; that brings good tidings of good, that publishes salvation; that said to Zion, Your God reigns! Isaiah 52:7 AKJV
Interesting note: About half the people coming forward at the beginning of a Billy Graham altar call are counselors. Perhaps more than half.
Thank you for posting this.
No doubt the greatest evangelist of all time. Did you see Billy, the early years of his life. A fantastic movie. The evangelist Mordecai Ham in the movie Billy, was also quite moving.
Indeed, Billy Graham saved millions of souls. I was 16, in 1966 when my Granddad and Mom took my brother and I to see him at the baseball stadium in KC.
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