Good Friday with Will Graham

“What is truth?” Take a deeper look at that question—asked by Roman governor Pontius Pilate before Jesus died on the cross—during this online Good Friday service with Will Graham.

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  1. False gospel messages mix salvation which is absolutely free with service that can cost you everything.

    The result, yet another cleverly repackaged version of faith plus works equals salvation nonsense.

    A prayer of commitment saves nobody.

    Nobody has ever been saved by making Jesus Lord and Master of their life.

    Nobody has ever been saved by repenting of their sins.

    Nobody has ever been saved by giving their life to Christ.

    These are a lifetime of works and has never saved anyone or contributed in any way to salvation.

    Saving repentance is realizing that you are a sinner deserving of God's just punishment in Hell and turn (repent) from whatever you trusted in before, if indeed you trusted in anything; to trusting in the person and finished work of Christ alone for salvation.

    How can you possibly trust Christ alone for salvation when you are also trusting in your performance?

    You absolutely can't.

    Jesus is Lord God Almighty clothed in unsinful humanity and He is the author of eternal life to all who trust Him alone for salvation.

    Jesus paid for all the sins of all the world at the cross (past, present, and future). That payment is put to your account when you have believed on Christ alone for salvation.
    God immediately declares you justified and gives you everlasting life as a free gift.

    When you have believed on Christ alone for salvation then you have repented unto life!

    Salvation is absolutely free, instant, and eternal, recieved solely by trusting in the person and finished work of Christ alone, and is certainly not conditional upon service to God.

    Service (discipleship) if you choose it can cost you everything if you go all out in serving God.
    Our good works, repenting of sins, and obedience, are for temporal fellowship with God here on earth and for rewards in Heaven or a lack thereof and have absolutely nothing to do with salvation at all.

    The only reason anyone will ever be in Heaven is solely by the perfect life, shed blood, death, burial, and resurrection, of Jesus Christ alone.

    Anything added or subtracted from this is another gospel.

    The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association has another gospel.


  3. Meine Oma und Vater kamen auch aus der Ukraine mit Mama und fortfahren ..Jesus Christus war der Errettet und ist unser aller Errettet Gott gebe das noch viele JESUS CHRISTUS Für ihr Leben Finden!

  4. Ich Danke Gott das er Billy Graham gebraucht hat .ich erinnere mich an ihn als Kind noch in Kasachstan und Später in Essen .in Deutschland .als er hier gepredigt hat .In der Gruga Halle .am nächsten Tag .weil vorher darin noch Pferde Sport statt gefunden hat in der Halle .und man davon nichts mehr zu sehen war .Wie Billy Graham vor seiner Predigt noch erwähnen hat können .Jesus Christus Segne Euch Alle zusammen und Beschütze Jeden Menschen einzelnen von uns Allen zusammen!!!

  5. 1 Corinthians (NKJV) 6 Your glorying is not good. Do you not know that a little leaven leavens the whole lump? 7 Therefore purge out the old leaven, that you may be a new lump, since you truly are unleavened. For indeed Christ, our Passover, was sacrificed for us. 8 Therefore let us keep the feast, not with old leaven, nor with the leaven of malice and wickedness, but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth.

  6. There is no such thing as Good Friday! Christ was crucified on Thursday!

    Was Jesus crucified on "Good Friday"? Indeed not. Jesus himself had said, "For as Jonas was three days and three nights in the whale's belly; so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth [i.e., in that part of Hades known as "Abraham's bosom"]" (Mat:12:40; Lk 16:22). The gospel includes the declaration that Christ "rose again the third day" (1 Cor:15:4).

    Obviously, had Christ been crucified on Friday, He couldn't possibly have spent three days and three nights in the grave by Sunday morning. We are distinctly told that the angel rolled away the stone "as it began to dawn toward the first day of the week" (Mat:28:1). The tomb was already empty at that point, so Christ must have risen from the dead sometime prior to dawn.

    Yet the myth of a "Good Friday" crucifixion persists, with much ritual and dogma built upon that obvious mistake. In this fact alone we have sufficient evidence of Rome's manufacture and endorsement of untruth to cast doubt upon everything else it affirms with equal dogmatism. And what can be said for the Protestants who, by the millions, so willingly go along with this error?

    Wednesday, Thursday, Friday—does it really matter? Yes! The day of our Lord's crucifixion is of the utmost importance. If Christ was not three days and three nights in the grave, then He lied. Moreover, His death, to fulfill prophecy, had to occur at the very time the passover lambs were being slain throughout Israel. It is an astronomical fact that Nisan 14, A.D. 32, fell on Thursday.

    "And it was the preparation of the passover….The Jews therefore…that the bodies should not remain upon the cross on the sabbath day…besought Pilate that their legs might be broken, and that they might be taken away" (Jn:19:14,31). Wait! Not a bone of the passover lamb (Ex 12:46) or of the Messiah (Ps:34:20) could be broken. Not knowing why he did it, "one of the soldiers with a spear pierced his side" (Jn:19:34), fulfilling yet another scripture: "they shall look upon me whom they pierced" (Zec:12:10).

    John explains that the "sabbath" which began at sunset the Thursday Christ was crucified "was an high day." It was, in fact, the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, of which the first and last days were special sabbaths during which no work was to be done. That "high" sabbath ended Friday at sunset and was immediately followed by the weekly sabbath which ended at sunset on Saturday. Thus two sabbaths followed Christ's death, preventing the women from coming to the grave until the third day, Sunday morning.

    I would like to add a comment that was made when this post was originally made:

    Julie Page

    Jesus was crucified on the 14th of Nisan and was resurrected on the 17th of Nisan. When you look at a Hebrew calendar you will see that for the 17th to fall on a Sunday then the 14th would have fallen on a Thursday. We know the Feast of First Fruits is on the 17th of Nisan. We know that Jesus arose on the first day of the week which means that Sunday had to be Nisan 17.

    Not only is Jesus resurrected on the 17th of Nisan (Feast of First Fruits) but there are other things that in the Scriptures that occurred on Nisan 17.

    I would like to share them with you……

    The Seventeenth of Nisan — Resurrection and Salvation

    The theme of the festival of First Fruits is resurrection and salvation. There are several important events that happened on this day in the Bible.

    1.Noah's (Noach) ark rests on Mount Ararat (Genesis 8:4).

    2.Israel crosses the Red Sea (Exodus [Shemot] 3:18; 5:3, 14).

    3.Israel eats the first fruits of the Promised Land (Joshua 5:10-12). The manna that G-d gave from Heaven during the days in the wilderness ceased the sixteenth day of Nisan after the people ate of the old corn of the land. The day following was the seventeenth of Nisan, the day when the children of Israel ate the first fruits of the Promised Land.

    4.Haman is defeated (Esther 3:1-6). In the Book of Esther, Haman plotted to kill all the Jews in Persia and Media. Haman had ten sons (Esther 9:12). By this, we can see that Haman is a type of the false Messiah (antichrist). A decree was sent out on the thirteenth of Nisan that all the Jews would be killed (Esther 3:12). Upon hearing this news, Esther proclaims a three-day fast, which would be Nisan 14-16 (Esther 4:16). On the sixteenth of Nisan, Esther risked her life when she came to King Ahasuerus. The king asked her, in effect, "Tell me, what do you want?" Esther said, "If it please the king, may the king and Haman come this day to the banquet that I have prepared for him" (Esther 5:4 NAS). This was the sixteenth day of Nisan. At the banquet, the king again asked Esther what she wanted, and she asked the king to come to another banquet to be held the next day, the seventeenth of Nisan. On this day, Haman (a type of the false Messiah or antichrist, as well as of satan [Ha satan]) is hanged.

    5.The resurrection of Yeshua, the Messiah (John 12:24; 1 Corinthians 15:16-20). Yeshua celebrated the festival of First Fruits by offering Himself as the first fruits to all future generations (Matthew [Mattityahu] 27:52-53).

  7. Will Graham , I just letting you know, Billy Graham he came to my house March 5, 2022 I was listening him in my YouTube. He was standing on front on me and he looks young like 40 yrs. Old not 99 yrs. Anyway his got heavenly body


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