Evangelist Billy Graham's possible final message to America premiered last night on Fox News, while the global preacher hosted family and friends at his home in Asheville, N.C., to celebrate his 95th birthday. After its debut last night, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association made his "The Cross" message available for free viewing online.
The 30-minute program features a salvation message from Graham, who shares how his heart has been broken for America because he feels that the country is in need of a revival.
"Our country's in great need of a spiritual awakening," says Graham in "The Cross" video. "There have been times that I've wept as I've gone from city to city and I've seen how far people have wandered from God."
In "The Cross," Graham's message is interwoven with the personal, and powerful testimonies of rapper Lecrae and former Flyleaf lead singer Lacey Sturm.
Viewers are encouraged to view the "My Hope With Billy Graham" website if they feel compelled to make a decision for Jesus Christ, or have questions: http://myhopewithbillygraham.org/programs/the-cross/. Visit http://watchbillygraham.com/ for future listings of television broadcasts of "The Cross" message.
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Read more about Billy Graham's message in "The Cross," his ministry, and how churches participated in the "My Hope With Billy Graham" initiative:
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- 'I've Wept for America': Billy Graham Laments Country's Direction in Final Sermon on 95th Birthday
- Evangelist Billy Graham to Preach Offense of 'The Cross' in Last Message to America
- Billy Graham Is 'One of a Kind' Says Mark Driscoll; Rick Warren, James MacDonald, Bible TV Series Producers Share Sentiment
- Billy Graham Turns 95: Milestones in Influential Evangelist's Ministry and Preaching Career (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)