Read the Bible in a Year – April 2016

Part of a yearlong reading plan from the Billy Graham Library.

A Poem By Ruth Bell Graham – Golgotha

A poem from “Clouds are the Dust of His Feet” by Ruth Bell Graham

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In His Own Words – Renewal: The Spirit of Easter

The resurrected Christ lives in the heart of the believer… through the Holy Spirit, He dwells in the heart of every Christian

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Free Easter Art

Enjoy these FREE downloadable scripture graphics!

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5 Verses on Hope Found in Jesus Christ

“For the believer there is hope beyond the grave, because Jesus Christ has opened the door to heaven for us by His death and resurrection.” -Billy Graham   “Easter always brings hope to all of us. For the Christian, the Cross tells us that God understands our suffering, for He took upon Himself at the Cross …

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Jesus is Our Comforter

. . our Lord Jesus Christ . . . which hath loved us . . . comfort your hearts . . . —2 Thessalonians 2:16,17

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Ruth’s Attic Recommends

Which books at the Billy Graham Library attract the most attention? People have recently been searching Ruth’s Attic Bookstore Online for On Calvary’s Hill by Max Lucado, our current best seller.

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Wit & Wisdom: Noble Fear

“In the fear of the Lord is strong confidence: and his children shall have a place of refuge.” –Proverbs 14:26 As Christians, we should be fearful of the Lord, but what does that mean? Billy Graham and Ruth Bell Graham explain it as having such strong love and trust in the Lord that must please …

Living Out the Gospel: Pick Up the Cross

Billy Graham acted as a living example of the evangelistic messages that he preached. His sermons were not only written to convict the crowds, but also to shape his own life. This series of “Living Out the Gospel” posts demonstrate how Mr. Graham ‘practiced what he preached.’

Kelly Tough: ‘Our Heart on Paper’ Comes to Life at Billy Graham Library

“Ultimately, it’s not about what the Kelly family’s done,” Jim’s wife, Jill, said, “but what’s been done through Christ alone.”

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