One of the most famous preachers Christian evangelist Billy Graham passed away Wednesday morning at age 99 at his home in Montreat, North Carolina.
But only a few hours before Graham passed away at age 99 his Facebook page delivered a powerful message about wandering away from God.
The message read:
“If you went for a walk in the woods, but then decided to wander off the path, and found yourself surrounded by a thicket of thorns and poison ivy, who would you blame? Would you blame the person who built the path? No, of course not. Instead you’d blame yourself if you were honest, because you alone were responsible for wandering from the path. In a far deeper way, this is what happens when we decide to leave God out of our lives. For a time, it may seem like wandering away from Him doesn’t make any difference; it may even seem easier and freer. But eventually it catches up with us—just as wandering off that path and into the thicket caught up with you.” —Billy Graham #BG100
Billy Graham died as he lived… Always gently calling us back to the Lord. And we should get his message very seriously. His final post was very profound….it was so true & has such a deep feeling.
The people in this great country need to start traveling the right path to get back to a safe, decent, comfortable way of living to help our youngsters coming up.
Through his wisdom and knowledge, he has brought lots of people through the Lord by the grace of God.
Rest in peace reverent Graham. Heaven is rejoicing today.
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