Well Done, Thou Good And Faithful Servant-Billy Graham

Well Done, Thou Good And Faithful Servant-Billy Graham

THE PRESIDENT and vice president of the Methodist Conference, the Revd Loraine N Mellor and Jill Baker, have offered their condolences to the family of United States evangelist the Revd Billy Graham, who has died aged 99.

In July 1950, Graham met with President Harry Truman at the White House, to pray for the Korean crisis before the us entered the Korean War.

His first meeting with a USA president, Harry Truman, was a disaster. But she said, "I'd rather have a little of Bill than a lot of any other man".

Billy Graham, a Christian evangelist and adviser to several USA presidents, has died. There was nobody like him!

Rev. Graham is the most widely heard Christian evangelists in history, and transformed American religious life through his preaching and activism.

"Everybody puts their trousers on the same way - we're all human, but I have to admit the moment I was able to be with Billy was very special in my life", Dr. Wilson said.

He was in the saving souls business - a job he never stopped, still writing books and saving souls until the very end at age 99.

His stances were not always popular. He said, "Heaven is where Jesus is and I am going to Him soon!" Graham's life time ministry centered around the eternal life we have in the Lord Jesus Christ. He had an enormous influence on my own spiritual life, and I was pleased to count Rev.

In 1992, Graham became the first foreign religious leader to visit North Korea, where he met its ruler, Kim Il-sung.

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As his stature increased, so too did the fears, emotions and patriotism of the Cold War.

He received awards from the organized Jewish community and was so beloved in its precincts that in 1994, when H. R. Haldeman, a former top aide to President Richard Nixon, revealed Graham's lacerating anti-Semitism expressed in private talks with Nixon, the Jewish community dismissed Haldeman's account out of hand.

'The thing that I adored most about him is that he remained the most humble and giant of a man you would ever, ever, ever want to meet.

For over 50 years, his radio programme Hour of Decision was broadcast every Sunday by more than 700 radio stations around the world. I shall be more alive than I am now. In 2017, he made his 55th consecutive appearance on the list.

Graham received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from US President Reagan in the year 1983. He was known to be a confidant to American presidents from Gen. Dwight Eisenhower to George W Bush.

ORU Founder Oral Roberts called Graham the number one evangelist in the world and praised him for his generosity.

"But by welcoming us and having me preach on several occasions to the royal family at Windsor and Sandringham, she has gone out of her way to be quietly supportive of our mission", Graham said. In all, Graham held more than 400 crusades in 185 countries and territories across six continents - reaching 215 million people, according to the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.

In the wake of the September 11th attacks in 2001, America turned to Billy Graham at the National Cathedral, who told us, "God can be trusted, even when life seems at its darkest".