A Christmas Message from Billy Graham

This Christmas, let us listen again to the angels’ story.  The infant Jesus is God’s gift to a needy world. The child in the manger is the Christ who died for every one of us on the cross — who can forgive our sins, bring new life and new power over the violence, crime, and evils of our day.

Let us listen carefully to the angels’ words that continue to offer us hope:

“Fear not,”  the angels said on that starry night in Bethlehem. “For I bring you good news of great joy, which shall be for all the people.  For today in the city of David there has been born for you a Savior, who is Christ the Lord.”

Merry Christmas!

Billy Graham (circa 1995)

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  1. Debbie Hobbs says:

    Thank you for your Christmas message, old but still new, because we do worry about so many things even though we know a Savior was born so many years ago. Please pray for my family this year, Rev. Graham. I would like so very much to “fear not”. I am so thankful for your presence in the lives of me and my family for decades. You have often been in our thoughts as we have enjoyed your messages throughout the years. God bless you and your family this Christmas.

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