Millions the world over have heard Billy Graham's evangelistic messages.
Now hear his heart
America's pastor has gone home. But his lifelong message, his passion for the gospel, and his compassion for people still echo in Hear My Heart. This intimate work, a compilation of articles that spans Billy's ministry from 1955 to 2014, invites you to sit down with Billy and hear in his own unvarnished words the things that moved his heart regarding relevant issues of the day. The Biblical convictions he abided by. The reasons and regrets behind some of his decisions. And the wisdom he gained in his century on this earth.
Hear My Heart also presents stirring tributes, collected over many years, about Billy and his legacy from those who knew him best in all the seasons of his life—including his family members, his friends, and his co-laborers in ministry. Though their lives may have changed, Billy's impact remains the same, and their words are beautifully preserved in essays that reflect the power of his ministry. This book was assembled and printed to be released upon his passing so that his final words would bring comfort and peace to the many lives he touched.
This is his legacy—the personal exhortations he left our generation and those yet to come.
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by Billy Graham
by Robert K. Tanenbaum
by Billy Lee Brammer
by Heather Graham
by Lynne Graham
by Graham Salisbury
by Graham Jones
"The last words of great people in history often resonate with the living. Billy Graham wants you to hear what he would say to you with his dying breath. Bob Walter tackles a most momentous task in narrating these biblically saturated words, and he does so magnificently. Engaged listeners will hang on every word as they sense the gravity of what is proclaimed. Articulating with great confidence, as though he penned the words himself, Walter creates a bedside atmosphere, albeit with a stronger voice than one would expect from a dying man. Evenly paced and emotionally steady, Walter's delivery facilitates one final gospel conversation with eager listeners the world over that could mean the difference between eternal life and death. T.D. © AudioFile 2018, Portland, Maine"
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