Many people today are concerned with the time we’re living in. Many don’t know where to turn and what to believe. Some say we’re living in the last days, others say there’s so much more to come. Whatever the case, we can trust that God is in control of the times. Billy Graham knew this too.
Read 10 quotes from Billy Graham on the End Times:
The Bible tells us that the state of the world will grow darker as we near the end of the age.
The book of Revelation may be difficult and demanding to read, yet it is the only biblical book whose author promises a blessing to those who read it.
The end will come with the return of Jesus Christ…That is why a Christian can be an optimist. That is why a Christian can smile in the midst of all that is happening…We know what the end will be: the triumph of the Lord Jesus Christ.
When the “evil day” comes, we do not have to be dependent upon the circumstances around us, but rather on the resources of God.
We see the storm clouds gathering and events taking place that herald the second coming of Jesus Christ.
The second coming of Christ will be so revolutionary that it will change every aspect of life on this planet. Christ will reign in righteousness. Disease will be arrested. Death will be modified. War will be abolished. Nature will be changed. Man will live as it was originally intended he should live.
History is going somewhere. And we know full well that He who does all things well will bring beauty from the ashes of world chaos. A new world is being born. A new social order will emerge when Christ comes back. A fabulous future is on the way.
I believe that this world, as we know it, will come to an end…This is not fanciful imagination but the clear and repeated testimony of the Bible.
We are like people under [a] sentence of death, waiting for the date to be set. We sense that something is about to happen. We know that things cannot go on as they are. History has reached an impasse. We are now on a collision course. Something is about to give.
In the end there will be people who did the work of the Lord. They were busy in the church. They had done many wonderful works. But Jesus Himself says, “I never knew you” [Matthew 7:23].