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The Final Crusade by Billy Graham
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Billy Graham's now legendary first New York Crusade in 1957 was a touchstone that affected an entire generation. Over the subsequent half-century, he has become the world's greatest-known living preacher, celebrated for his faithful, humble devotion to God and his unrivalled ability to transform hearts and lives with the power of the Gospel. In June 2005 he returned to New York for what was expected to be his final major crusade. The Final Crusade records the entire transcript of his three addresses: 'You Must Be Born Again', 'The Rich Young Ruler' and 'When Christ Comes Again'. Each talk is classic Billy Graham: simple, clear, direct and biblical. The Final Crusade also contains an original Introduction and Afterword written by Dr Graham specifically for this book, a Foreword by his daughter Anne Graham Lotz and the transcripts of all the altar calls and other stage addresses from the New York event. This attractively-priced book is the paperback version of Living in God's Love (June 2006 ;As a tribute to one of God's greatest and most faithful servants it is a must-have book for all who have admired the man and his ministry.

Author Biography

No one else in the religious world either carries the respect of international leaders or has the stature of the American evangelist Billy Graham. He has been the friend of presidents, he has been welcomed by heads of state throughout the world, and in Britain he has had the privilege on several occasions of preaching before the Queen.
Release date Australia
January 1st, 2007
Author
Audience
  • General (US: Trade)
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
12 b&w photos
Imprint
Hodder & Stoughton Ltd
Pages
128
Dimensions
128x198x11
ISBN-13
9780340909355
Product ID
1631761

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