The Power of Prayer

 

Billy_Graham_bw_photo,_April_11,_1966In 1855 a Sunday school teacher named Edward Kimball led a nineteen year old shoe clerk to Jesus Christ.  The shoe clerk’s name was D. L. Moody.  He later became a great evangelist and was used by God to bring many to Jesus.

His preaching influenced F. B. Meyer who in turn witnessed his faith to a discouraged preacher named Wilbur Chapman.  It ignited a fire under Chapman.  He hired a professional baseball player name Billy Sunday.  Multitudes were brought into the kingdom through Sunday’s witness.

From his gospel witness, a great prayer group arose in Charlotte, North Carolina.  They prayed for revival.  One man prayed that God would raise up a man who would change the world for Jesus Christ.

In answer to that prayer God raised up Mordecai Ham who became an evangelist.  While preaching in Charlotte one night a sixteen year old farm boy was soundly converted to Jesus Christ.  His name was Billy Graham!

Billy has preached Christ to millions of people.

My sister and then future brother-in-law were brought to Christ when Billy Graham preached at the Oakland Coliseum in 1972.  It changed her life and the next two generations in her home.  Her story could be repeated by millions of people who heard the gospel preached through Billy Graham.

It all started with prayer!

Warren Coe, Executive Director of Village Schools of the Bible

“I GUARANTEE THAT YOU CAN KNOW PEACE WITH GOD, PEACE OF SOUL, PEACE OF MIND, AND JOY SUCH AS YOU HAVE NEVER EXPERIENCED.” – BILLY GRAHAM

Click here to see a sample of a typical Billy Graham Gospel presentation.

 

 

The Power of Prayer

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