5 Answers from Billy Graham on End of Life, Death

By   •   August 10, 2017   •   Topics: , ,

There are so many questions about what happens when we die. How do we get to heaven? Is it OK to be cremated? Do we go to heaven immediately after death, or is there some kind of delay?

These Billy Graham answers and sermons may give you peace about life after death.

Is there life after death? If so, how can I be ready for it?
>> Listen to Billy Graham’s response in this 1963 Hour of Decision radio message.

After I die, will I immediately go to heaven, or do I have to wait until the end of time?
>> Read Billy Graham’s answer.

I’m ready for heaven now. Is it wrong to ask God to take me home?
>> Read Billy Graham’s answer.

Can I still go to heaven if my body is cremated after death?
>> Read Billy Graham’s answer.

How do I get into heaven?
>> Listen to this 1-minute response from Billy Graham.

Read more answers from Billy Graham on heaven.

Are you going to heaven when you die? Be sure today.

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  1. Angela Johmsom says:

    Walked from my neighborhood to the movies to see him. Awesome experience. I still remember it. Condolences family and friends.

  2. Patricia Kindsvatter says:

    God bless Billy Graham.

  3. Steven Berry says:


  4. Colleen Murphy says:

    If Billy Graham says it, I believe it!

  5. Dr Eduardo Gerding says:

    I´d like to receive your news.

  6. Robert W. McBride says:

    I listened to Billy Graham every morning on the way to school. God bless. I am a Roman Catholic now.

  7. Cielo Carantes says:

    Praise the Lord for He is good and His love endures forever. Even forever and ever.

  8. Muriel Mae Day says:

    Where does it say in the Bible that we will be reunited with our loved ones?

  9. Mary Ackley says:

    Praise God! Yes I am. How wonderful to be with my blessed Saviour!

  10. Christella says:

    Very interesting. Wish there were more sermons on this subject.