I interviewed evangelist Billy Graham in the Eighties while working for KOLO-TV in Reno. Because of our common faith in Jesus Christ we hit it off immediately. Following the 45-minute interview he sent me a wonderful letter of encouragement which I’ve treasured all these years later. He may be the most humble man I’ve ever met. Interestingly I literally bumped into him in Washington DC several years later and he actually remembered me.
The following article was posted this week at World Net Daily:
On his 95th birthday Nov. 7, the most famous Protestant evangelist of the 20th century will give what could be his final and most important message to the world.
In the months leading up to the unprecedented event, Billy Graham has declared in an exclusive interview with WND that signs of the end of the age are “converging now for the first time since Jesus made those predictions.”
In his new book, “The Reason for My Hope: Salvation,” Graham wrote the Second Coming of Jesus Christ is “near” and the United States “can’t go on much longer in the sea of immorality without judgment coming.”
Now, in a trailer to “The Cross,” the primary program in the My Hope America with Billy Graham evangelistic outreach, Graham said that with “all my heart I want to leave you with the truth.”
“We have been going down the wrong road for a long time,” Graham told WND. “Seemingly, man has learned to live without God, preoccupied and indifferent toward him and concerned only about material security and pleasure.
“And yet mankind is also adrift morally and spiritually, confused and fearful because he does not know where he is or where he is going. He lives in a world dangerously torn by hate and violence and conflict, and yet he feels powerless to do anything about them. He also knows his own heart is driven by destructive passions and motives he cannot seem to control or change.”
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/11/billy-graham-to-give-final-most-important-message/#I6cLdpKkCyC59OmZ.99