Crowds turn out to bid farewell to Rev Billy Graham

Crowds turn out to bid farewell to Rev Billy Graham

Crowds turn out to bid farewell to Rev Billy Graham

World-renowned evangelist Rev. Billy Graham's body is being brought to his hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina, as part of a procession drawing crowds of well-wishers. Reverand Graham's body was driven out of his Christian Training Center in Ashville and arrived this afternoon at his library in Charlotte.

Firefighters suspended giant American flags from the cranes of fire engines stationed at two highway overpasses as Billy Graham's body passed underneath. The Bible says that he is 'the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles.' God comforted a nation that day through a very special servant'.

It traces Graham's life from his inauspicious beginnings on a dairy farm to answering the calling that would make him an evangelist to the world, eventually preaching to hundreds of millions of people in over 185 countries.

"This is amazingly well designed with the animation".

A viewing will be held at the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte on Monday and Tuesday.

It was preserved and painstakingly reassembled, brick by brick and board by board on site.

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Phillips said about 140,000 people visit each year.

"It really is a destination spot".

"We come together today, ' he began, 'to affirm our conviction that God cares for us, whatever our ethnic, religious or political background may be".

'In a hard moment, Billy reminded me-and us all-where we can find strength, ' Bush said.

Making the announcement, Lee Searle, Director of Ministry, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association UK, said: "Throughout his ministry, Billy Graham was a pioneer in the use of technology to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ by every effective means available".

Pictured top is Billy Graham preaching at Carrow Road in Norwich.

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