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Billy Graham passed away
The news came moments ago from family, who were by his side at the time of death. Billy Graham was perhaps the most significant religious figure of the 20th century, and the organizations and the movement he helped spawn continue to shape the 21st.
During his life, Graham preached in person to more than 100 million people and to millions more via television, satellite, and film. Nearly 3 million have responded to his invitation to "accept Jesus into your heart" at the end of his sermons. He proclaimed the gospel to more persons than any other preacher in history...
We will miss him RIP Brother Billy Graham, you were America's Preacher for years. We all admired you so much. Heaven is rejoicing now for sure.
Is bigger always better?
Mark 6 records the feeding 5,000 people with five loaves and two fish. Twelve basketfuls of leftovers were collected. But Mark 8 relates an occasion when Jesus fed 4,000 people with seven loaves. This time when all had eaten, only seven basketfuls were left over.
Was Jesus a poor showman? A performer always moves from the lesser to the greater, from the easy to the more difficult. A magician saves his most dramatic and spellbinding trick for the last. A circus entertainer saves the most death defying act for the grand finale. Fireworks always conclude with the loudest and most spectacular display. That’s the way you impress and maintain a crowd.
But when the chief priests and the scribes saw the wonderful things that he did, and the children crying out in the temple, "Hosanna to the Son of David!" they were indignant. MATTHEW 21:15
The religious leaders of Jesus' day did not like the fact that children were shouting praises to him. The Scriptures tell us they were indignant. The Greek word translated indignant is an old word that originally brought together two words: much and grieve. I'm sure you get the picture. The term was often used to describe physical pain.
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