Month: March 2018

On God’s Omniscience and Immensity


God sees all over this world: every man, woman, and child; every beast on earth, every bird in the air, every fish in the sea.  There is not so much as a fly or worm or gnat that is unknown to God.  He knows every tree, every leaf, every spire of grass; every drop of rain or dew; every single dust mote in the whole world.  God sees in darkness and under ground.  A thousand miles under ground is not hid from His view.  God sees all that men do or say, sees their hearts and thoughts.

God knows everything past, even things a thousand years ago.  He also knows everything to come, even a thousand years to come.  He knows all the men that will be, and all that they will do, say, or think.  This is more than all the rest: he perfectly knows Himself.  God is so…

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Rev. William Franklin Graham Jr. KBE

Billy Grahm loves


Graham played multiple roles that reinforced each other. Grant Wacker identifies eight major roles he played:

  • Preacher
  • Icon
  • Southerner
  • Entrepreneur
  • Architect (or Bridge Builder)
  • Pilgrim
  • Pastor and finally his widely recognized status as
  • America’s Protestant Patriarch, on a par with Martin Luther King and Pope John Paul II.

He was also honored by the Anti-Defamation League of the B’nai B’rith and the National Conference of Christians and Jews for his contributions to understanding between faiths (a unique recognition for a Christian evangelist);

he was made an Honorary Knight Commander of the order of the British Empire (KBE).

Rev. William Franklin Graham Jr. KBE was an American evangelical Christian evangelist and an ordained Southern Baptist minister who became well known internationally after 1949.Wikipedia

Born: November 7, 1918, Charlotte, NC

Died: February 21, 2018, Montreat, NC

Grandchildren: Tullian Tchividjian, Will Graham, MORE


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The Rev. Billy Franklin Graham


Pres. Obama, Billy Graham & Son

Billy Graham meeting with President Barack Obama in Montreat, April 2010

Awards and honors

Graham was frequently honored by surveys, including “Greatest Living American” and consistently ranked among the most admired persons in the United States and the world. He appeared most frequently on Gallup‘s list of most admired people. Since 1955, Graham was recognized by Gallup a record 55 times (49 times consecutively) – more than any other individual in history.

In 1967, he was the first Protestant to receive an honorary degree from Belmont Abbey College, a Roman Catholic school.

Graham received the Big Brother of the Year Award for his work on behalf of children. He has been cited by the George Washington Carver Memorial Institute for his contributions to race relations. He has received the Templeton Foundation Prize for Progress in Religion and the Sylvanus Thayer Award for his commitment to “Duty, Honor…

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God of Love 13

The Soaring Eagle

“Give thanks to the LORD,
for he is good.
His love endures forever”
(Psalm 136:1)

God is a God of Love.

There is a passage in the Psalms that is often used at funerals to signify the brevity of human life.

“As for man, his days are like grass, he flourishes like a flower of the field; the wind blows over it and it is gone, and its place remembers it no more” (Psalm 103:15-16)

And as quickly as a flower of the field may be forgotten so does the world move on when we pass away – remembered by only a relative few. However the Psalm continues and reminds us of the Lord’s love which does not move on and forget.

“But from everlasting to everlasting the LORD’s love is with those who fear him” (Psalm 103:17)

God’s love is not short-lived and fickle. He loved us before…

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Older for the Younger

Originally posted on Workhorse (Adam):
1 Timothy 5:1-2, “Do not rebuke an older man, but exhort him as a father, younger men as brothers, older women as mothers, younger women as sisters, with all purity.” Life can be very complicated sometimes.  Help is often necessary…