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10 Highlights From the New Billy Graham Exhibit at Museum of the Bible

10 Highlights From the New Billy Graham Exhibit at Museum of the Bible

The sermon notes used by Billy Graham during his 1973 South Korea Crusade sits on display at the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. on Aug. 3, 2018. Sitting on top of the sermon are Graham's glasses and passport. | (Photo: The Christian Post)
The sermon notes used by Billy Graham during his final crusade in 2005 sits on display at the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. on Aug. 3, 2018. | (Photo: The Christian Post)

9. Graham's sermon notes

The exhibit also includes two sets of Graham's own sermon notes.

The first set of notes featured in the exhibit are from Graham's 1973 South Korea Crusade, where over 1 million people came to hear him preach on the last day of the five-day revival. Although the crusade lasted less than a week, Graham preached to over 3 million people during that time.

Toward the tail end of the exhibit are sermon notes from Graham's last crusade, which took place in 2005 at New York City's Flushing Meadows.

"What is special to me and I am glad we got them is his sermon notes from his last crusade," Schmidt said. "It is a good way to close out the exhibit, by having those in that last case."

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