Franklin Graham holds crusade, spreads God’s word in Texas

American preacher and the president of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA), Franklin Graham, has continued to make an impact in the church and spread the gospel of Jesus Christ. His latest outing was in Texas where hundreds of people turned up to hear the good news.

The cleric captured the moment on his Facebook page. He wrote on Wednesday, February 28, “What a great night in Laredo, Texas. It was such a privilege to tell the people here the Good News that God loves them and wants to forgive them of their sins and give them a new life.

“The word of God says, ‘if we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness’ (1 John 1:9).’ We praise God for the hundreds of people who came forward in response to His invitation to repent of their sins, and put their faith in His son, Jesus Christ.  They have been forgiven, set free, and they have a new beginning!

“Tomorrow night, I’m looking forward to preaching in Eagle Pass at the Maverick County Amphitheater! Music starts at 6.00pm local time. Will you pray and invite your friends to come?”

His post generated several reactions and many appreciated him for what he was doing for the kingdom of God.

A Facebook user, Nancy Henthorne commented, “Thank you for what you do for the upbringing of His kingdom.” Judy Olinger-Cohoes said, “Praise God for all the young souls attending.”

Sally Sanchez wrote, “Thanks Franklin Graham for bringing revival to Laredo. God be praised with you.” Sheila Nicholson reacted, “Wow, great crowd. I pray that lives will be changed.”

Katherine Clark commented, “Look at how beautiful this is. So many people are coming to hear the loving words of our Lord. So many people are seeking our Lord. Amen.”

In an earlier report by Christianity Nigeria, Franklin Graham had marked the sixth anniversary of his dad’s passing on February 21. He wrote on Facebook, “Six years ago today, my father Billy Graham, went home to heaven. Sometimes, that seems like yesterday, and sometimes it seems like ages ago. He once said, ‘Death marks the beginning, not the end. It is our journey to God.’ That’s true.”

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