February 15, 2014
Billy Graham explores the nature of divine love. – St. Louis 11/8/73
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Always the Greatest messages
Hallelujah I remember my Mom listening to Rev. Graham on the radio I used to listen also then Mom watched on the Black and White and onward until she went home with the Lord in 1989,,, True Love powerful Word and Living in the Love of Jesus
This message is so timeless and so fitting for our age today. I was born after the Graham Crusade era, but I so enjoyed watching this. I’ve heard so much about Billy Graham, but never had the privilege to hear him speak. Thank you!
Best message ever! I worked with BGEA for two years and this message not only captured Billy’s spirit it held great truths and encompasses my personal heart’s desire for marraige (still waiting at 48). Loved it! So grateful for the truths that Dr. Graham has always faithfully and articulately shared.
I watched on TBN today 01.06.2015, I live in Irving, TX, a classic sermon in Birmingham,AL about marriage. How can I obtain a copy of that message?
Very powerful message that I’d like to give to a couple that is stuggling and talking divorce.
I have recently discovered my grandfathers brother, Walter Grist was involved with Billy Grahams evangelistic Ministry. I was taken out of state as an infant by my mother and wasn’t raised by my biological father or exposed to the Grist side of my family tree. I am now 43 years old and I am learning about what a wonderful family I was born into. I must admit I never knew about Billy Graham or ever heard one of his sermons until tonight when this new part of my ancestry has suddenly came to light and I cant seem to get enough. In this age where people are desperately searching for truth and crying out for help they seem to be looking to everyone and everything besides what the Lord has opened my eyes to and that is asking Him.
Wonderful messages. spiritfull.i just love rev billygraham.