Through his widely attended, often televised crusades, Dr. Billy Graham has carried the good news of Christ to people on every continent. His books have been translated into 38 languages, selling millions of copies worldwide. In Angels, Graham provides astonishing insight into God’s behind-the-scenes secret agents. Citing his own personal experiences and the documented accounts of others, Graham affirms his convictions that angels think, feel, and display emotions as they provide comfort and support in guiding us through life’s problems. According to Graham, “The hosts of heaven stand at attention as we make our way from earth to glory, and Satan’s BB guns are no match for God’s heavy artillery.” Angels brilliantly displays the practical approach and conversational style that have made Dr. Billy Graham one of the most popular Christian evangelists in history. His keen insights—combined with Jack Garrett’s clear, stirring narration—will leave no believer unmoved.
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Billy Graham is an important Christian. Billy Graham's books are shining examples of Christian knowledge that can be trusted as accurate and authentic. The books are written, in my opinion, as sources of knowledge for new Christians, but everyone can garner information and understanding of Christianity that is based solidly on the Bible. Angel's can be useful. Even countries have guardian Angels.
I also recommend Scott Hahn's books.
Very informative scriptural overview of angels and their involvement with our world. Would recommend to anyone who is wanting to learn more about these fascinating beings. After reading I am left with a greater awareness that we are not alone
It is hard to listen to a book by Billy Graham that he has someone else read. This is a good basic book and we used it as the basis for a home bible study. If you want a simple scriptural approach to this topic, this is it.
You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.” ― C.S. Lewis
This book is an oldy, I first read it back in the 80's. Still good. Well read and a fast read. Not for an unbeliever though. I think they would find it fanciful.
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