Jesus Christ Superstar | Billy Graham Classic

How do you know Jesus is who He claims to be? He did something amazing to prove it. Billy Graham explains in this 1971 message from Chicago. Watch more #MondayNightClassics weekly at 8 p.m. Eastern.

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  1. "Son" of God doesn't mean He is a "real Son" of God. "Son" means that He DERIVES from God, in other terms He WAS in a remote past the almighty God. He differs in that He hasn't his power any more, He is like a normal man now. When Jesus talks to the Father, He talks thus to a "different Himself" (the Father talks from that remote past). God is thus more than One and less than Two in number.

  2. Billy Graham was surely one of the greatest creatures of all time I wish you were still here with us but I praise God for the time he was here on Earth who knows how many people he brought to Christ probably in the Millions.

  3. Many years ago I was employed as a ship's engineer. We were docked In Rotterdam . I went out on deck to look around when I heard in the distance a radio playing. It was Radio Luxemburg 208. Then I heard a voice saying bringing Christ to the nation. I was drawn to listen For more .as a I d young man I was searching , and there it was Billy Graham passing the message of Christ to the nation and me. I always recall that time to this Day ..Thank you and rest in peace.

  4. Almighty Father, why you should love us so much, I can't comprehend. We have rejected you, spurred you, ignored you, blasphemed you, and sought to place on the periphery of our lives. Yet time and again, you are there to hear our cries and save us from ourselves, Forgive me, Father, for not reverencing you more. Forgive me for not recognizing the greatness of Jesus and the utter humility it took for him to sacrifice himself for me. But Father, thank you! Thank you for being patient, sacrificial, and long-suffering. Thank you in Jesus Christ's name. Amen.


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