Inside LoveWorld with Benny Hinn Celebrates the Life of Billy Graham

“Don’t let anybody tell that it’s white or black. Christ belongs to all people” - Billy Graham -


Yesterday, the Evangelical community and believers of Christ worldwide lost a great man of God. A preacher, a believer, and a true man of the people. Inside LoveWorld on LoveWorld USA, hosted by Pastor Benny Hinn, dedicated a special episode to his life and influence through Christ’s Word.

It is a special say in the body of Christ because of the joyful day for heaven as

Billy Graham entered the gates of glory. Benny Hinn shared that he was awakened in the morning at 6 am by Jeff Pitman telling me the good news. Because in the end, it is good news. God says that you sorrow not as others that have no hope, it’s a day of joy. Imagine the Saints probably running down the streets of glory to see him and say hello to him.

A mighty celebration today, and that’s just the way it should be. Billy Graham spent a wonderful time here on earth (1918-2018).

Billy Graham:

“Someday you will read or hear that Billy Graham is dead, don’t you believe a word of it. I shall be more alive than I am now. I will just have changed my address. I would have gone into the presence of God. My one purpose in life is to help people find a personal relationship with God, which I believe comes from knowing Christ”

Billy Graham’s wife:

“He was a man who had a purpose, a dedication in life. He knew where he was going. He wanted to please God more than any man I’ve ever met”.

The life of this amazing servant of the kingdom of God, Billy Graham:

“Yes its universal news; to the poor, to the rich, to the educated, to the uneducated, to the different colored skins, to the different linguistic groups. God is, Christ is, from the gospel of good news” – Billy Graham –

William Franklin Graham stepped onto the world stage, and with God’s grace and guidance began to preach the good news of the gospel. Coming to prominence in the mid-20th century, Billy Graham was among the first to understand the power of the media for Evangelism, and harnessed that power to reach almost every corner of the world on radio and television with the message of salvation.

The high and powerful sought his wisdom and company. Yet he took the time to kneel and pray with the war-torn weary, with the weak and downtrodden. When repressive countries were closed to foreigners, Bill Graham was invited to break through the iron curtain and preached the gospel to millions of the spiritually starved in communist Europe.

Through God’s messenger, the Word resonated with millions from the meek to the mighty. Through times of despair, through war, civil strife and racial violence; Graham stood tall, healing emotional wounds. He spoke out with love against injustice, promoting reconciliation.

Watch the entire episode here: