Orlando Florida – In his keynote address at the opening session of the National Religious Broadcasters’ (NRB) International Christian Media Conference here Monday night, Rev. Franklin Graham didn’t mince words about faith in today’s society.
He told everyone gathered, “There’s going to be a storm, and we all have to be ready.”
Reverend Graham also said that “every demon from hell” has been “let loose” in our culture today.
“The world has deteriorated so quickly,” he said from the stage. “We cannot be tricked and we cannot be fooled. We need to prepare and be prepared.”
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Graham — the president and CEO of Samaritan’s Purse, a Christian relief and evangelism organization, as well as The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, which shares the good news of Jesus Christ and is headquartered in Boone, North Carolina — commented on the data. Safety of start-ups refers to those running a faith-based business.
“Who’s the boss [data] Cloud?” she said. “Amazon.”
“We’re living in a cancellation culture, and [big corporations] want to destroy Christian organizations,” he also said. “They want us to shut our mouths. They don’t want to listen to us.”
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Graham urged Christian organizations to prepare to defend themselves against a growing cancellation culture in business, insurance, banking and technology and challenged them to continue sharing the hope of Jesus Christ in the face of increasingly difficult circumstances. Keep
“If you’re going to try to preach the gospel, they’re going to try to silence you.”
Noting that if one does not “talk about sin” or “preach the gospel” then that person has nothing to worry about in society, he said, “But if you try to proclaim the gospel going to try, they’re going to try to silence you.”
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Graham also reminded those in the Christian media landscape of the importance of remaining faithful to the historical truth of scripture in the midst of coming storms.
Quoting Matthew 8:23-27, When Jesus and his followers were in a boat on the Sea of Galilee being tossed by the wind and waves, Graham said that Jesus’ followers said, “What kind of man is this that can control the wind and waves?”
Noting that Jesus’ followers were “fearing for their lives” in those moments, they felt “they had no way out,” he said.
Graham said that today, the LGBTQ agenda is leading the charge culturally.
“I love them enough to try to warn them that [way of life] Sin,” she said.
He added, “The gospel says, ‘It is sin.'” Graham also said that many people today try to tailor any message of salvation to be friendly to all groups, not to hurt feelings or make waves. want to soften.
“I love them enough to try to warn them that [way of life] It’s a sin.”
Graham insisted, “Just tell it like it is.”
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“Sermon – don’t hold back, don’t make excuses.”
Graham also told the crowd, “We can’t hold back, we can’t hold back, don’t apologize for the gospel. Just announce it, just preach it.”
National Religious Broadcasters President and CEO Troy A. Miller said in a statement to the NRB annual conference, “Too often, we are seeing pastors and ministries compromising the truth of scripture and disintegrating into the fixtures of culture.”
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He continued, “As our society is bombarded with anti-Christian hostility and contempt for First Amendment freedoms, Graham’s message promises to deliver exactly what we need to hear as Christian leaders.” is: a call to stand firm, not succumb to cultural influences. day.”
Miller said, “Franklin Graham dedicated his life to healing hurting people around the world and proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ.”
Reverend Graham has just completed a six-city preaching tour in Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina.
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On June 3, his father will preach in Seoul, Korea, marking the 50th anniversary of Billy Graham’s historic outreach, which was attended by over one million people, according to Samaritan’s Purse and his team at The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.