Billy Graham, in TV interview, reflects: 'My time is limited'
Billy Graham granted his first interview in several years Dec. 20, telling Fox News' Greta Van Susteren that if he could do it over again, he would spend less time traveling and more time in meditation and prayer.
The renowned evangelist, now 92, spoke to Van Susteren just before meeting President George W. Bush and his wife Laura, along with Franklin and Jane Graham, for lunch in Charlotte, N.C. The Bushes were at the Billy Graham Library to sign copies of their autobiographies.
Van Susteren asked Graham if he has hope, and Graham said he has a tremendous amount of hope because he is a believer in Jesus Christ, who was raised from the dead and "is alive right now."...
John Y., being an ordained minister may be the start of a proof, but the final proof is, Matthew 7 17 "Even so, every good tree bears good fruit; but the bad tree bears bad fruit. 18 "A good tree cannot produce bad fruit, nor can a bad tree produce good fruit. 19 "Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire.---NASB
Just as I pointed out to you, Marks of the True Believer Mr. Graham has to live up to the same standards, in fact better ones since he holds himself up to be a teacher.
Jim Lincoln wrote: Yes, he should have spent more time in meditation and prayer, time is running out for anyone to become a Christian and as he nears the end of his life, it's time for him to become one. He needs at least to mediate on the five solas, "Only Scripture," "Only Christ," "Only Grace," "Only Faith," and "To God Alone Be Glory". Neither he nor his ecumenical chums will make it without believing in those beliefs a Christian has to have.
Just who do you think you are anyway to make that liabous statement that Graham is not a Christian? Graham is an ordained Baptist minister and as such Graham believes in "ONLY SCRIPTURE", "ONLY CHRIST", "ONLY GRACE", "ONLY FAITH", AND "TO GOD ALONE BE GLORY".