BILLY GRAHAM IN QUOTES by Franklin Graham with Donna Lee Toney


In an artificial world that invests all its dazzling hopes and aspirations in consumerism and materialism, making gigantic strides in technological advances and enjoying total freedom from moral values, Billy Graham frankly and unapologetically presents the Gospel of Jesus Christ with authority, quoting boldly from the Word of God, faithfully and passionately for the past seventy years.

“Billy Graham in Quotes” by Franklin Graham with Donna Lee Toney, is a historic anthology of epic proportions, spanning seven decades of worldwide ministry, and featuring an extraordinary collection of the most exceptional quotes, assiduously drawn from the published and private writings of the world-renowned evangelist, Billy Graham, who has presented the Gospel to “more people face-to-face than anyone else in history, on every continent of the world, in more than 185 countries.”

These quotes are filled with hope, truth and redemption, seeking lost souls searching for God. Billy Graham strives to bring God’s Word to the hearts of people in daily life. “When we preach or teach the Scriptures,” he wrote, “we open the door for the Holy Spirit to do His work…. God has promised to bless His Word.” Billy Graham prayed that “his words would reflect God’s standard of truth” and that lost souls will “be drawn by the Holy Spirit to the foot of the Cross, where forgiveness is found and salvation through grace is granted.”

© Miriam Jacob

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