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Billy Graham’s Last Interview About The Second Coming
By Troy Anderson
Prophecy Investigators Founder
When it happens, it will be the greatest event in history—dwarfing Noah’s Flood, the Exodus and parting of the Red Sea, the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, the invention of the printing press, Reformation and Renaissance, the French and American revolutions, the first and second world wars, and the atomic and technological ages.
In the world of newspaper journalism, headline writers have prepared for this event with what is known as “Second-Coming type” — giant, bold headlines reserved for the world’s biggest news events…..Read the full article.
New Year, New Life!
Want a fresh start? Learn how the Holy Spirit can transform your life in Billy Graham’s 1978 message from Kansas City, Missouri.
"You may have to stand alone," but standing for Jesus Christ is worth it. Watch and share this 1969 message from Billy Graham challenging every man, woman and child to prepare to meet Christ before it's too late.
This prayer from Billy Graham, written for The Saturday Evening Post in 2008, is just as relevant today as we head into 2023.
Our Father and our God, as we stand at the beginning of this new year we confess our need of Your presence and Your guidance as we face the future. We each have our hopes and expectations for the year that is ahead of us—but You alone know what it holds for us, and only You can give us the strength and the wisdom we will need to meet its challenges. So help us to humbly put our hands into Your hand, and to trust You and to seek Your will for our lives during this coming year. In the midst of life’s uncertainties in the days ahead, assure us of the certainty of Your unchanging love. In the midst of life’s inevitable disappointments and heartaches, help us to turn to You for the stability and comfort we will need. In the midst of life’s temptations and the pull of our stubborn self-will, help us not to lose our way but to have the courage to do what is right in Your sight, regardless of the cost. And in the midst of our daily preoccupations and pursuits, open our eyes to the sorrows and injustices of our hurting world, and help us to respond with compassion and sacrifice to those who are friendless and in need. May our constant prayer be that of the ancient Psalmist: “Teach me, O Lord, to follow your decrees; then I will keep them to the end” (Psalm 119:33). We pray for our nation and its leaders during these difficult times, and for all those who are seeking to bring peace and justice to our dangerous and troubled world. We pray especially for Your protection on all those who serve in our armed forces, and we thank You for their commitment to defend our freedoms, even at the cost of their own lives. Be with their families also, and assure them of Your love and concern for them. Bring our divided nation together, and give us a greater vision of what You would have us to be. Your Word reminds us that “Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord” (Psalm 33:12). As we look back over this past year we thank You for Your goodness to us—far beyond what we have deserved. May we never presume on Your past goodness or forget all Your mercies to us, but may they instead lead us to repentance, and to a new commitment to make You the foundation and center of our lives this year. And so, our Father, we thank You for the promise and hope of this new year, and we look forward to it with expectancy and faith. This I ask in the name of our Lord and Savior, who by His death and resurrection has given us hope both for this world and the world to come. Amen