The most famous Christian preacher in America’s history died earlier today, and I think I may get some jimmies rustled when I say that I believe there’s at least a 90% chance that Billy Graham got to shake hands with Our Lord after he breathed his last.
The Rev. Billy Graham, the Christian evangelist whose worldwide crusades and role as adviser to decades of U.S. presidents made him one of the best known religious figures of his time, died Wednesday at age 99 at his home in Montreat, N.C, Todd Shearer of DeMoss Associates told Fox News.
Graham, who had been in ill health for a number of years, was regularly listed in polls as one of the “Ten Most Admired Men in the World.”
Shearer told Fox News that Graham died from “natural causes.”
In my heart of hearts, I have the opinion that Billy Graham was a good man.
He made a few minor mistakes in the course of his life, but his entire life when studied seems to place him apart from the heretics who only have Satan to look forward to once their lives end here on Earth.
And, yes, a huge part of that involves his full understanding of the Jew menace during his conversations with President Nixon – he was in his 50’s at the time, so this can’t be ascribed to the impetuousness of youth.
Hearing these tapes makes you wonder why Billy wound up never taking that final stand – it should have stood to reason that someone so influential should have fought tooth and nail to save the American people from the ravages of those who murdered Christ.
My guess is that it was a combination of factors:
- Our guy thought he could do greater benefit by staying away from the publicly hardcore position. This was common thought during those days, and maybe in his mind, Graham felt that spreading the Gospel to enough people would be enough to slow down or stop the Jew agenda. A bit of the old “sneak up on the Jews” philosophy that hadn’t yet been discredited during Billy’s heyday.
- Like it or not, the hard right is a young man’s game with only a few exceptions. Graham may have just finally fallen victim to the unstoppable biological clock and the weariness that follows like a shadow.
- Graham seems to have suffered from what could be labeled the White Man’s greatest weakness – the desire to always find the good in anyone or in any group. It’s something that seems to infect Western Whites (especially Anglo-Saxons) the worst, and makes the final red pills very difficult to swallow indeed.
Whatever the reasons, the loss of Graham pushes us one step closer to the day when the old generations will truly be gone from among us, and the day when our chance will arrive.
Will we bring the teachings of Christ back in all their solemn glory, or will we drop like those who allowed our societies to be broken and corrupted?