"He was probably the dominant religious leader of his era", said William Martin, author of A Prophet With Honor: The Billy Graham Story. "There was nobody like him!" A very special man.
"We send our deepest condolences to the Graham family", the vice president said.
"I am saddened to hear the news of the passing of Billy Graham today", Rainer said.
For 16 consecutive weeks, Billy Graham addressed the sold-out audiences in New York's Madison Square Garden during his New York Crusade in 1957. "Graham connected with people on an elemental level", Ryan said in a statement.
During the week of his 95th birthday in 2013, Graham delivered his final message via more than 480 television stations across the USA and Canada.
"The most thrilling thing about heaven is that Jesus Christ will be there".
"The lives of my family have been personally intertwined with those of Dr".
"If there's ever anything I can do to help you anytime, I wish you'd let me know", Cash reportedly said. "Rest with God, Reverend Graham". A staunch anti-Communist, one of his cherished ambitions was to bring the gospel message to the officially atheist countries behind the Iron Curtain. "I want you to do it?" recalled Campolo, an activist and a professor emeritus at Eastern. Graham, including generations of people who went into full-time Christian ministry.
No other religious figure in America has had Graham's impact.
In 1950 Harry Truman became the first president to pray with Graham in the White House.
"He leaned over to me and said, 'I'm getting old".
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He blessed their inaugurations, dedicated their libraries and presided over their funerals. Born in Charlotte, North Carolina in 1918, the world famous evangelical Baptist minister died in Montreat, in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains near the Pisgah National Forest. For the president is our leader.
According to Bill Miller, owner of the Johnny Cash Museum, Graham initially had another motive in mind when he came to Tennessee: "In the late '60s his son, Franklin Graham, was sort of rebellious, and Johnny Cash was the hottest act in the world".
In 2002 Graham apologized after the release of secretly recorded tapes from 1972 in which he and President Richard Nixon agreed that liberal Jews dominated the US news media.
I was visiting with his son Franklin a few months ago, and I asked him how his dad was doing.
Said Leighton Ford on Wednesday: "Now he's coming home to Charlotte".
"I will be a friend to men of both parties, but I would never say that I was, even indicated that I was, for one or the other". Graham also told the woman she could be "healed" of her same-sex attraction through belief in Christ.
It is there that he will be laid to rest alongside his wife, Ruth.
Leighton and Jean Ford were Wednesday 64 years ago.
"No one in Britain has been more cordial toward us then Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II".
But while Graham certainly did many great things, he also said and did some terrible things.
"I've always been able to share my secrets and problems with Billy, and I've benefited greatly from his support and advice", Cash wrote in his autobiography. "I'm looking forward to seeing God face to face".