Through his widely attended, often televised crusades, Dr. Billy Graham has carried the good news of Christ to people on every continent. His books have been translated into 38 languages, selling millions of copies worldwide. In Angels, Graham provides astonishing insight into God's behind-the-scenes secret agents. Citing his own personal experiences and the documented accounts of others, Graham affirms his convictions that angels think, feel, and display emotions as they provide comfort and support in guiding us through life's problems. According to Graham, "The hosts of heaven stand at attention as we make our way from earth to glory, and Satan's BB guns are no match for God's heavy artillery." Angels brilliantly displays the practical approach and conversational style that have made Dr. Billy Graham one of the most popular Christian evangelists in history. His keen insights-combined with Jack Garrett's clear, stirring narration-will leave no believer unmoved.
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"Angels have always been with us, acknowledged by people of faith and nonbelievers alike. Billy Graham presents a thorough and scholarly study of angels from the beginning to the end of time, citing biblical and anecdotal evidence throughout history. Jack Garrett dus not possess the compelling vocal presence of the respected evangelist, nor dus he try to imitate it. Garrett's performance in his own voice brings a quiet dignity to the text, detracting not at all from the insights and scholarly strength of Graham's work. While a Graham narration might have offered more in the way of entertainment value, Garrett's delivery frees the listener to meditate on the content of the work itself, and lingers long after in one's thoughts. R.P.L. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine"
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