Library Visitors Reflect on Billy Graham’s Life

01:16   •   February 21, 2018

After news of Billy Graham’s death on Wednesday, many in Charlotte came to the  to pay their respects. The Library is where Mr. Graham will be laid to rest. On Feb. 26-27, he will lie in repose at the Graham Family Homeplace on the Billy Graham Library grounds. A private funeral will be held March 2. (Please note, the Billy Graham Library is closed today, Feb. 22.)

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  1. Michael cousino says:

    Thank You, God, for sending Billy Graham into the world. Thank you, Billy Graham, for taking God’s call and living it out. You will be missed!

  2. Diana says:

    I heard Billy Graham when I lived in London, England, in the 1970s. He was so eloquent and yet so down to earth, I felt I had known him all my life. His talk of God was like a friend. When I was saved from a tragic car crash in 1993, I found Jesus and my life has been changed for the better ever since! Born again and Billy Graham to follow—what a gift! I thank God for him and his wonderful family who will carry on spreading the good news of Jesus Christ. Billy Graham was one of God’s greatest gifts. I am so grateful it was in my lifetime. Peace and love. Amen.

  3. Emma says:

    Billy Graham was truly the most honorable person I ever met. I decided to follow Jesus as I listened to his sermon on television. It was like he spoke to me personally. The song “Just as I Am” always gives comfort and reminds me of him. We lost a very honorable man, and heaven gained a saint. I met him in person, and he made everyone feel like they were his friend. Truly the most remarkable person I have met this side of heaven.

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