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Excerpt from “I Saw Your Sons at War”

On Memorial Day, as we honor those who have paid the ultimate price for our freedom, we wanted to share these excerpts from Billy Graham’s “I Saw Your Sons at War,” his diary of his visit to Korea during the height of the Korean War.
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In His Own Words: Scars of Battle

“Nowhere in the New Testament do I find that Christians are to expect to be easy, popular, comfortable and successful in the eyes of this age.” Read more from Billy Graham on the persecution of Christians.
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In His Own Words: The Hope of Heaven

Our Glorious Hope Heaven is real—but what difference does it make right now?
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In His Own Words: Longing for God

What does it mean to “long” for someone? It means that a person is unsatisfied or unfulfilled because there is someone he or she very much wants to be near…
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In His Own Words: God’s Amazing Love

God’s love is unchangeable; He knows exactly what we are and loves us anyway.
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In His Own Words: Billy Graham on Queen Elizabeth

As Queen Elizabeth celebrates 65 years as the ruling monarch of the United Kingdom, we are looking back on Rev. Graham’s memories of the Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II:
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In His Own Words: The Great Quest

Forever, since that tragic moment in the Garden of Eden, when man gave up God’s will for his own will, man has been plagued by the same problems.
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Cliff Barrows: Reflections from Billy Graham

“From the moment I met Cliff Barrows, I knew he had a rare combination of strengths.” Read more reflections from Billy Graham on his friend and ministry partner, Cliff Barrows.
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In His Own Words: One Day at a Time

Without fuel, a fire grows cold—and without the “fuel” of the Bible, prayer, and Christian fellowship, our faith grows cold. What is the solution?
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In His Own Words: Pray for Those Who Hurt

A simple prayer, a Scripture that has meant something to you, these can be a great comfort to a hurting person.
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