Billy Graham: An American Icon

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  1. Happymom/Lori Bridgwood says:

    I have no doubt he is enjoying heaven and seeing the Savior he loved so dearly, I also agree that anyone who doubts that is indeed an idiot.

    My husband said this morning, “if Billy Graham isn’t in heaven then none of us are going.”

    Prayers of comfort for his family, can’t imagine the loss they will feel.

  2. Steve says:

    “If you think that perhaps Billy is roasting in hell for being “ecumenical” you may think you are saved by pristine doctrine instead of a living Lord”
    I find it ironic that Teen Vogue’s columnist Lauren Duca seems to think just this for reasons far different than being ecumenical or having pristine doctrine. I doubt the liberal feminists that have the ideology of Duca would ever read this blog but this never the less is for them to listen to Billy preach as well.

  3. filbertz says:

    Billy wasn’t perfect, but that isn’t part of the gospel equation. It is a sad state of affairs to use occasions to promote one’s brand.

  4. pstrmike says:

    Good word Michael.

  5. Babylon's Dread says:

    He was fearless and direct about the need for all men everywhere to repent. Meanwhile he had a graciousness of spirit that opened a million doors and many more hearts.

    He stood tall.

  6. Duane Arnold says:

    “Although I have much to be grateful for as I look back over my life, I also have many regrets. I have failed many times, and I would do many things differently. For one thing, I would speak less and study more, and I would spend more time with my family.”

    Billy Graham

  7. Stephen says:

    Good find, Duane.

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